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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: plug foul
but now I see it isn't. Since then I have installed a new air filter new packing in the muffler new reeds. I cleaned the carborator and check to make sure the needles weren't defective. Also I checked the flow valves and they are free of debris. That's simple enough you either have your gas mixed wrong or there's a bad seal somewhere so check the gaskets that should take care of it.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
plugs could be wrong heat range they could be too cold make sure you have right heat range.if all is good.replace air filter.have injectors tested they could be leaking when you turn engine off.have charcoal canister check.check fuel pressure regulator for rupture diaphram.if all is good.scan it check egr valve.if stuck open a little it will cause rough running foul out plugs.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Fouled plugs are typically caused by jetting that is too rich. This could also be from a dirty air filter which can make the bike run rich. Clean up your filter and see if that is it. If the filter is not too bad, you might want to drop a size on your pilot or main.
Another possibility is poor compression - this can make a 2-stroke run richer than normal as the fuel can not be burned properly. Rings don't last long in these 125s. I used to re-ring each week when I was racing 125s.
You might want to run a B8ES plug, too - this is one step hotter and will help the plug from fouling as often.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: why do i keep fouling
Sounds like you are burning a lot of oil or you used two cycle fuel instead of regular gasoline. If you used the wrong fuel, drain tank and carburetor and it will clear up pretty quick. If you used the right fuel, did you overfill the oil? If oil level is where it should be, and the right fuel was used, then the alternatives from there fall into the not so good catagory, and they all involve at least some amount of engine disassembly.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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