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Gas loading up in the crankcase and air box. HELP!

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Piston rings gone fuel is passing the rings or the valve seals are gone best to take to a garage as its a very difficult/technical job

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank you, engine compression good 190 psi average, sent additional info about fuel problem."

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    ollie reece-jones Sep 29, 2009

    is it definately petrol buddy by the way is there lots going in the air box i need a bit more info

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    ollie reece-jones Sep 29, 2009

    to test to see if the rings have gone you need a compression tester basically you pout this in the spark plug hole and turn the bike over several time and see what compression it reaches do this on all cyclinders and see which one is the least psi get back to me

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    ollie reece-jones Sep 30, 2009

    190 thats brilliant i wouldnt thing fuel would be going in crank case check your coolant level buddy

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    ollie reece-jones Oct 01, 2009

    if the bike running it cant be the floats or else it will run rough

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Your carburetor needle & seats are dirty & or need replaced, If they dont seal this will cause your carburetor bowls to fill up with fuel and over flow into the cylinders & airbox. This can/will cause great harm to your engine unless the problem is corrected. We can perform this service at a very reasonable cost. Contact: Marty's Small Engine PH: (815)685-9047 Shop: (815)875-7210 Email: tbirdrotts2@hughes.net

Thanks & Good Luck! Marty Sr-

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