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Troybilt TB320BV will start but will not stay running longer than a minute or so. Im assuming it's carburetion, but know very little about 2 stroke engines. Are there online diagrams or instructions available?

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YES, go to your small engine store and pick up a book on two cycle engines, or go to your local library and possibly find the same book.

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I would suggest a 250 2-stroke or a 4-stroke. Lots of power, lots of pull and the motor would likely last you for years. I've raced both the 125 and the 250 2-stroke at the pro-am level (A-class) and the difference in engine life is tremendous. I would re-ring a 125 every week (running 26:1), while with a 250 I could go for 2-3 months or more without doing the top end while running 32:1.

A YZ 125 will definately be a bit of maintenance - primarily because it has a single ring and the ring doesn't last long. A pro or semi-pro racer would re-ring every race (when the 2-stroke was popular) - some races I would re-ring in between motos. I know you won't be racing, but I would still imagine you would want to freshen up the top end at least every other month at the most. Granted - you can re-ring a 125 in about 45 minutes for a cost of about $18 if you know how and it costs a LOT more for a 4-stroke and is more of a job.

Other than the ring, the rest of the maintenance will be about the same between a 2-stroke and a 4-stroke. You'll still have to do your air filter every ride and your engine oil (tranny oil in a 2-stroke) every other ride. Tires, spokes, sprockets, clutches, chains, brakes - all pretty equal maintenance between the two. Lots of variables, of course.

The difference will be keeping the motor fresh and for that, the 4-stroke will beat the 125 2-stroke. Not the 250 2-stroke, though - these motors last as long or longer than the 4-stroke and are a LOT cheaper to maintain/rebuild.

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