Re: moped wont start!!

john /
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If you have 0 or close to 0 exhaust flow it will not start ,trust me.

on a 4 stroke

the piston goes down drawing in the fuel and air

then the piston comes up compressing the mixture

and then pow you have spark{at the right time} on the power stroke as the piston goes down

and then the piston comes up forcing out the spent gases out the exhaust.

on a 2 smoke it does it in only 2 strokes but just the same

If you do not have all 4 it will not run or start period. You could almost stretch it a little and say 5 , ignition timing, but that falls in the power stroke.

Are you still there mike? does it have spark

Don O is right on about the tail light issue.

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