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2003 gelly 50cc motor scooter

Can u tell me where the bottom fitting for fuel or air connects to on the carb its leaking gas and dont know where it is supposed to connect 2 have no idea but am searching for a blueprint of it ,,,it is 2 stroke also 21 model older looking style

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  • kilburn Mar 21, 2008

    helpppppp

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2008

    getting to much gas

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    Louie Role May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    There two (2) types of carbs for the two stroke engine as used in scooters and/or pocket bikes. 1 is with the 2T oil premixed with the gasoline in the fuel tank and the other is where the 2T oil has its own reservoir separate from the fuel tank with the carbs doing the mixing.

    Please which one do you have? Additionally is it a branded scooter (Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki) or is it a China made?

    Looking forward to your post. Good luck and kind regards.

    Thank you for using FixYa.

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Hi i have a 2 stroke gas-oil mixed motor scooter and the probelm i am haveing is that the pull start wont go back in after i pull the cord out

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Hi again,

Any development(s) with your carbs?

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