Re: Bogging on 1st gear ? i tried everything ! :(

> Anthony Vargas Wrote:

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> > Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) Wrote:

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> > > Anthony Vargas Wrote:

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> > > Alright so I forgot to mention that I’m not running stock , this

> bike

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> > > came with a 70cc kit and a biturbo that I removed and used a chrome

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> > > bullet instead , seems like my issue might just be the carb that’s

> not

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> > > adjusted properly, or a leak on the magneto side seal , I know for a

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> > > fact that my lx was running fine and then out of no where, the

> bogging

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> > > started happening which is weird and unexpected.

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> > When I said that an exhaust leak typically would not cause running

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> > issues, I was referring to slight leaks. A large leak at the flange

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> > could cause issues, but I doubt that is your problem in this case.

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> > Given the fact that your jetting is not way off, or at least not as

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> > off as originally thought, I would replace the magneto side seal

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> > you continue. Be certain you reinstall the stator plate exactly where

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> > came from, and that you do not lose the flywheel pin/key. When you

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> > remove the magneto side cover, look for oily liquid seepage, which

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> > be indicative of a bad leak.

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> > And remember when replacing seals, the hollow side should face the

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> > pressurized side of things. (Given that logic, I never understood why

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> > the clutch side seal faces the transmission instead of the crankcase

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> > an e50 though)

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> Wow guys I found my issue , so before my bike had so many air leaks and

> I guess after I finally fixed all of that my air mixture screw was

> turned in all the way , I adjusted my idle screw and air mixture screw

> to get it perfect and guess what ... no more bogging , I took it out for

> a spin. For 30-45 min and everything sounds great , I might need a new

> spark plug cause my current one looks fouled . Thanks for all the help

> guys I really appreciate it ! Time to rip !!!

Glad you fixed it,BUT that air leak you found had something also to help it run.

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