Question about 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200
Front/top ; hand gaurds and blinkers attach to it. Left/bottom quarter panel; attaches to front cowling and deck for feet topanelbelow seat at bottom
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Yumbo wont start
• The first thing to do with ANY engine that has sat for any longer
than a couple of months is to dump ALL the fuel in the tank and
carb(s). ALL OF IT !! You'll want to refill with some high priced fuel
that has fuel system cleaners (Like Chevron with Techron) not becasue
you need high-test fuel, but because you need the cleaners. It's ether
that or disassemble the carbs and clean out jets you can't find much
less see. Your choice. The carb kits alone will cost you about $50 so a
tank of high-test is looking pretty good, huh?
• Now the fact that you tried to crank the engine with old fuel has fouled the sparkplugs. Go buy a new sparkplug.
• If your bike has a vacuum fuel valve, then you'll also need to set the valve to "Prime".
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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