Question about Power Motorcycles
I'd start by checking all the connections, make sure they're clean and tight. after that I'd start looking for a relay that is heating up.
Posted on May 23, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
crank sensor or fuel pump call A MOBILE MECHANIC as its not the sort of thing thats easly diagnosed from a description sorry
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: starting problems
Have you checked to see if there is a spark at the plugs? When you pull one of the plugs, if the plug is drenched in fuel then it is flooded. Pull each plug and dry it off as best you can. Let the cylinders air out for a while before you put the plugs back in.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: Won,t stay cranked
try the bad gas route first by draining the tank and replacing it with fresh fuel.
if no joy, then i would focus on gummed up carbs. remove the carbs from the bike, then remove the float bowls from the carbs and take a look. my guess if the jets are clogged and/or lots of varnish on the float and bottom of the bowl. clean it all out including all of the orfices on the jets (main & pilot) and you should be a-ok.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
you just need a bicycle crank remover they are cheap. but if you don't want the old one. just get a can of wd40 and spray leave to soak in then acquire two screwdrivers and put them round crank arm and knock them both with a hammer at the same time. (you may need two people) then should come off .
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
how old is your plug? try cleaning and regapping it or replacing it at any rate make sure it is gapped correctly also make sure there is no rust dust or debris is on flywheel or coil also the flywheel keyway does more than hold the flywheel in place it servs as a timing pin and sometimes the slightest wear on it can cause the machine to start hard but otherwise run great good luck hope you find the problem.
Posted on May 02, 2009
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