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I have a pit bike 125 its not starting wot so ever got good spark but still not start

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If you have spark them it must be gas. eather no gas or to much gas. Put it on chock, be sure the shut off valve is in on position.Now crank it over a few times , if it wont fire. Check the plug , is it wet or dry .If its wet then it may be flooded and needs to dry out and air out the cylinder.Try starting when dry. If its dry try putting a 1/2 oz of gas into the spark plug hole. replace the plug and turn it over . This will get them to fire up. Good luck DFD

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My pit bike 125cc and it has a spark and just wont fire up any ideas?

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I have 125 pit bike and I'm might not be getting a spark changed the plug but still did not start. I think I have no spark.

Sorry to be harsh but you NEED to check if you have a spark before we go further, simply take the distributor cap off the spark plug and find a socket to fit the plug... then take out the plug and put the plug back in the distributor cap.. then hold with pliers (rubber handles so you don't get a boot from it) and hold it against a clean part of the frame. Now try starting your bike and you will soon know if your getting a spark or not, alternatively get a tester screw-driver and clip the clip on a earth and put the screw-driver into the distributor cap (saves taking out spark plug) and if it lights up then you have one. This may mean you need a mate if the bike aint electric start as you will need someone to kick it as you check for a spark... Hope this helps

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