Question about 2003 CCM RC 30
The carb and fuel tank can still be dirty inside and recomend you clean these out and replace the fuel !
Posted on Jan 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have ROTAX engined 604 no spark at my spark plug, just found another site that says the same thing no spark changed every ignition/electrical part and nothing. then spotted small crack in flywheel magnet. i'm going to check mine weekend. worth a try. it says he was bumpin and it worked high revs. mine died when i put it in neutral after a serious thrash on an A road 1-5th gear wheelie :| fort id fried a piston ring but no spark is what i'll fix before i pull the bore apart. good luckk
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
if you are realy lucky and the bike wasn't going to fast and who ever was riding it pulled in the clutch quickly.. then you might get away with just a top end
but no two ways about it the engine has to come apart.... to do it properly special tools and knowlede required you will need to find a shop
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: clutch problem on ccm r30
firstly check your cable adjuster to make sure the gremlins havent taken the slack out during your absence some gouls think this is a funny prank to play if this checks out ok have you given it a decent period of time for the oil to warm up & the clutch to operate properly oil becomes sticky after standing for a period of time creating a film between the friction & steel plates causing clutch slip usualy this can be rectified by simply changing the oil & filter
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
SOURCE: I have a ccm r30
dump the float bowels and inspect/ clean as necessary. consider buying an acid bath solution sold at your local parts store just for this sort of thing or carb cleaner and a toothbrush. you may need to clean your current/ buy new jets for your carbs. just try spraying starting fluid into the carbs while starting the bike by removing the air filter first and try to keep it going as long as possible this may get the juices flowing on its own. goodluck
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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