Hello Casey, (1) The following web site has the manual for les than $6. Cheap!: http://www.selffixer.com/atv/suzuki/Suzuki.LT50.Service.Manual.htm (Be careful to copy ALL of the URL address). (2) There are several video clips whick=h look seful, at the botton half of the screen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKjL098AuG0 (3) For parts, go to: http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-lt50-1988-j_model13890/partslist/
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have you tried starting with the air intake pipe/hose removed from the carb ? if still wont start i'd strip carb down and clean out the jets , not forgetting the idle jet at bottom of bowl , also check the diaphram pump is in working order , rubber diaphram still flexable not holed etckeep me posted if you wish
Have a look at the choke lever. From the starting position, move the lever about 10mm up until you hear a slight click. If not then the clutch plates are not responding to the throttle input. Any lawnmower repair garage will be able to help you more. The 2 stroke works on centrifugal clutch, that is the clutch plates move outwards when throttle lever is pulled. It is a bugger to start. I've got blisters on blisters from the pull cord. My son is 10 and he may well be a little big for his but when it goes, it is fast enough to start kids off with motor bikes. Hope it helps.
start the mixture screw at around 1& 3/4 turns
the petcock will need a service!
aswell as flush the fuel tank & a new fuel filter!
as rust scale would be building up in the tank & going through the fuel system!!