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- 8:10 AM
- Jul 12, 2022
I wonder if I somehow damaged the clutch assembly. See I pedal and at the same time I stop peddling, let go of the clutch and hit the gas. I tried the way you're saying and it would sputter if kept peddling. To start it now I have to blip the throttle twice as opposed to just one time.No, no, no...you pedal and keep on pedaling while you let go of the clutch and hit the gas...That is how you do it...You need that pedal action while starting it...NOT stop pedaling and trying to start it.
I always keep pedaling until the motor starts and begins to get going on it's own and warms up ready to go.
I'm about to take it for a ride now, I got it started and she went strong for 9 miles to go to this appointment. Hopefully it rides just as good back.
This is interesting. I fixed the chain tensioner it's still having a hard time starting.No idea. I was just offering a perspective shift so you didn't get stuck on one thing.
I wonder if the magneto needs to be replaced?
I thought it was a carb problem. I took it apart, everything looks good in there.