Carburetor problems

wan37

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I just had a engine from a friend a month ago . He told me it would start but it would run for 5 minutes and die . It would start right back and die . Let it cool off a couple hours, run for 5 die .So I would agree with Street Ryderz too. Cracked cylinder very small crack at that.
 


Joel beller

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Isecond What street rider said. Just have to take your jug off to measure your piston type
Okay I'm going to go ahead and buy a new piston and the rings and gasket should I go ahead and replace my CDI too because then that's basically everything's replaced.getting frustrated with it so I figured I'm just going to replace everything.
 

Joel beller

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I just had a engine from a friend a month ago . He told me it would start but it would run for 5 minutes and die . It would start right back and die . Let it cool off a couple hours, run for 5 die .So I would agree with Street Ryderz too. Cracked cylinder very small crack at that.
Okay I'm going to buy a new piston the whole kit and the CDI figure replace everything so that way I know it's all new stuff starting to get frustrated
 

Street Ryderz

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Okay I'm going to buy a new piston the whole kit and the CDI figure replace everything so that way I know it's all new stuff starting to get frustrated
A top end being cylinder,piston,ring's,gasket's will have you running again,if the cdi produces spark it's probably good and it can be checked with spark strength tester.
 
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