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Engine cranks up idles good won't accelerate

Howdy people, Was running 1/2 - 2/3 throttle when engine or exaust went poof. Machine slowed & was not running on stop. Cranked up & it idles fine with no distress but cannot advance throttle without stalling motor. Will not move from tracks. Changed brain & no difference. I am wondering if a head gasket is blowed. Just a thought no proof. Appreciate any ideas.

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    Jd Williamson Jan 28, 2014


    I lucked out & it was not a headgasket. The main hi speed carb jet was plugged up & the idle jet was all that was allowing any fuel to the enjine

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Sounds like a restricted exhaust pipe ,remove the pipe from motor just to see if the motor power returns under throttle if so replace the pipe and gaskets

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