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Hi, my go-ped won't start, but when I listen to the engine, and right before its about to start, it backfires! MY spark plug works and everything too How can I fix this?!!

Go per isn't too old, the gas and air filter seem fine, i'm not missing any parts and it has worked before

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SOURCE: My Go-ped will not start

check the coil and the fly wheel for rust or other build up it may not be getting spark also pull the carborator apart and check for varnish. good luck.

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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SOURCE: my mo ped stutters at high speeds

This sounds like a fuel delivery issue. The GSR has a centrifugal clutch, so the sputtering is most likely coming from the engine. There are three main factors; Air intake, Fuel ratio/mixture/delivery, and spark. Check your air/fuel mixture screws first. Then check the Spark Plug, and finally the air filter/fuel filters.

The filters can clog, and starve the engine for air or fuel, depending on the filter. Try to clean the filter, replace the plugs, and adjust the carb. One of these is the verdict, but you must determine which one. Good luck. If you have further tech questions regarding gas powered Go-peds or electric Go-peds, you can visit www.gopednation.com and ask anything there. The most qualified Go-ped Brand scooter technicians and enthusiasts run this site and chat about their experiences.

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Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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Hi Marek,

"Go-Ped" is a Brand of scooter, so if you have a Go-ped, it will say it all over the scooter. On the deck, On the motor, on the frame, etc.

Most scooters with no name, or branding, are Chinese scooters and they usually share the same qualities as many other Chinese scooters. 45cc-50cc Two stroke engines mix fuel anywhere from 25:1-50:1. richer is 25:1, and Leaner is 50:1. You will generally get more power from leaner mixture, but you will also run a higher risk of ruining the engine. 25:1 is richer and safer to run. Anywhere in between is usually safe too as long as you stay towards the richer mixture.

For parts,
I use this Online Electric Scooter Parts Store, as they have many universal parts for Chinese Scooters, and also performance upgrades too. Enjoy.

http://www.partsforscooters.com/s.nl?partner=URBANSCOOTERS

You can also find a repair shop in your area by entering your zip code.

-Jackson
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