Carburettor maintenanceMay 20, 2016
Hot-air balloonsMay 26, 2016
Motorcycle not be start
- Make sure your key is turned to “ON” or “RUN” and the key switch is in the run position.
- Make sure that the bike is in neutral and that your kickstand is up.
- Bad quality fuel.
- Check fuel petcock turned to on or reserve.
- Check your fuel line
- Fuel line can dry out or cracks.
- Fuel filter can become plugged and won’t let enough or any fuel pass through.
- Block carburettor jets.
- Check vacuum lines for cracks and hole.
- Make sure that air can pass through your air filter/intake.
- No spark in spark plug.
- No fuel in fuel tank.
- No fuel reached in carburettor.
- Chocked fuel pipeline.
- Chocked carburettor floating body niddle.
- Bad Ignition coil.
- Wiring fault.
- Compression and a spark delivered to the compressed fuel/air at the not appropriate time.
- Not enough electrical energy to spin the starter.
- Weak compression you will need a compression tester to find compression.
- Worn crank seal or head gasket.