Post by lostintexas08 on Sept 18, 2009 0:33:38 GMT -5
Hey guys new to this forum thing and new to a scooter i have a 2008 axon 50cc 4 stroke single cylinder and i changed the plug tore apart carb and cleaned then cleaned air filter ive been trying to dial in the carb but having problems now it seems to start fine and idle fine but when i go at first its fine but if im on the throotle for a couple blocks then come to stop sign it wants to die when i stop then when i take of it hesitates and loses a tremendous amount of powercould it be something else what should i do please help this my only way around
Post by als01seville on Sept 25, 2009 22:10:45 GMT -5
Its running to lean. The tell tell sign is after it gets hot is when you have the problem. Thats why it idles good and runs good when you start it because the choke is helping to get more fuel in. Once your choke is off and you are cranking it is overheating because of the lean mixture. Turn the Air/fuel mixture Counter Clockwise about 1/8 turn and listen if your rpms go up. If they go up turn it another 1/8 keep doing this until the Rpms Drop then Turn it Clockwise 1/8 turn and it should be where it should be. Then you might have to turn the IDLE screw Counter Clockwise to lower your Idle.
If its to Rich it will sputter at low throttle when you try to give it gas to get up and go. In that case you have to Turn the air/fuel mixture Clockwise 1/8 at a time again listen for Rpms to go up just like the above except your turning it in because of the To Rich of a mixture. Alleyoop
Post by als01seville on Oct 15, 2009 14:27:38 GMT -5
It seems EVERYTHING IS VALVES, First of all Valves DO NOT GET TIGHT "unless they were adjusted wrong" if they haven't been touched they get LOOSE from wear NOT TIGHT. If they are loose you will notice lack of power hard starting etc.. Check the most obvious things first. If it starts good idles good runs good and it dies after you come to a stop suspect overheating vapor lock something is overheating to cause this. And the easiest is to check if your running lean which is the most common because running lean gives you a little more power but can cause overheating when running at full or near full throttle. Alleyoop
Post by allatvparts on Oct 26, 2009 9:22:01 GMT -5
We have complete top end rebuild kits for all 50cc, 150cc, 250cc and 260cc engines. If you have any problems with the intake valves or exhaust, and need replacement. Let me know. My name is Sam and you can reach me at 909 781 2616
Once again, Harry, Thanks for an explanation to a question I had. I wondered by the valves would seem to go tight, now, I know. I don't know if you have room for another bone, but, just in case, here comes one. Garyr
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