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Lacks power bike starts up ok but has got no power this bike is a 1998 gilera runner 49cc

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I have snapped my key for my gilera runner 2003 plate with the streering lock on how can I take my ignition out to put new 1 in ?

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U mite need a top end rebuild-new rings or valves-have a compression test done or it may need a electrical or carb toonup

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I have gilera DNA 125, my bike loses power when first start it up ? Throttle takes time to react


check the timing, spark plug.spark must be brownishin color if its not, adjust your air fuel mixture. try removing the air filter if it will work. if not, check if your compression.

Dec 28, 2013 | 2005 Gilera Runner VX 125

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My gilera stalker (49cc) may need an oil top-up. in fact, i can't see how much 2-stroke oil i need to put in, so it may be a lot. the question is, do i need to mix it with petrol or do i put it in...


There is a max mark on the 2 stroke tank visible through a slot in the fairing.
If you cant see that then fill with NEAT oil (no petrol) to within 2 inches of the top, this will last ages

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Apr 24, 2010 | 2006 Gilera Runner VX 125

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Gilera runner vx 125cc wont start


check for a loose wire on the relay or battery, or selionid

Feb 21, 2010 | 2005 Gilera Runner VX 125

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Part of the engine that connects to bk wheel


u are better off replacing the whole engine bec in my exsperince u will spend around £200 pound fixing that u could pick up a another gilera runner engine for £150-£200 from ebay etc

Nov 16, 2009 | 2005 Gilera Runner VX 125

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Gilera runner sp50 - engine turns over but does not start


you went through the electric. system, now check fuel supply filter, tank, valve carb bowl for dirt

Aug 08, 2009 | 2005 Gilera Runner VX 125

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Setting the timing? marks on flywheel where??


think most bikes time from the statas plate behind fly wheel , bikes ive worked on have a woodruf key and the flywheel slides on that to stop fly wheel spining on crank

May 06, 2009 | 2006 Gilera Runner VX 125

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Power failure


if the engine is dieing, check that the spark plug has a cap that is sealed eg rubber boot around it.
if the revs are still there but the bike slows the trans belt is getting water in it check the trans gasket for sealing.

Jan 19, 2009 | 2005 Gilera Runner VX 125

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