Aha, you couldn't have pinpointed the problem any better! The starting lever locks up the slipping in the transmission so that when the rear wheel turns, the engine turns over, and when the rear wheel stops, the engine stops. If this is too tight then it will act like it's trying to be started. It should be adjusted so that the wheel spins freely when the lever is out, but the wheel should turn the engine when the lever is pulled in. As for the Idle adjustment, the bing carburator only has one screw (on the puch moped anyway) and that screw is the idle speed, tightening it makes it idle faster and loosening it makes it slower.
Re: Neighbor helping...
|XBrandon EdgeX||07/10/01 09:58PM|
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