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not so easy to do a burnout with these bikes.lol

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jeffspeeder

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idk y thay run like beasts but hardly have any power to put to the back wheel. but anyways i got a question i was rideing my bike yesterday and it kinda feels like it dose not want to move very good idk it may be i did not run it for about a week it ran ok after about 5 minutes feels like it is getting not enough gas idk? and also my back sprocket the bolts were loose after i rode it yesterday and i just got done fixing the bike up dose anyone know y the sprocket would just come loose like that?
 


srdavo

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vibration.....everything on your bike could loosen up at any time....keep some wrenches handy. check things often.
your power issue sounds to me.....after 5 minutes it runs better? Ya gotta let it warm up some. And....if it's a brand new engine, you need to break it in. don't hold the throttle in the same position ...1/4 throttle for a bit, then 1/2. don't expect it to fly right outta the box. it'll get better with some time.
 
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jeffspeeder

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ya

ya every time i reve it abit the gas tank always turns sideways i put rubber strips inbetween and locktite the bilts and it still dose it i just got off my bike just not it runs awsome . and ive put about 100 miles on the motor how long is break in period?
 
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Guest

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Maybe the sprocket is loose from doing burnouts?

Check the tightness and condition of your intake gasket as well, they don't seem to be very hardy.
 
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jeffspeeder

Guest
well thats the problem i cant do a burn out and i aint trying anymore id rather have this bike last
 
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