Hello all,I've got two issues going on here.A while back I took this scooter apart to clean the carb and wanted to check the oil injector. I didn't notice anything wrong with the oil injector, but I noticed a ton of oil in the bottom end. I took the spark plug out to check for spark, turned the engine over and oil was spewing out of the cylinder. I had to use my drill to turn the engine
Hello all,So my friend and I are trying all we can to remove the drive flywheel gear. We have heated up the gear as much as we could without getting it red hot and it still doesnt pull off. We used an electric impact and that wont remove it. We also tried pounding on the opposite side of the shaft. Are we doing something wrong here???
> Jay Rivett Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Be sure your carb has the rubber O-ring in it. Then the shim goes in,> then attach to the intake. No O-ring = airleak on the sha.I don't remember an o-ring. So it's supposed to be in the carb on the clamp, and contact the intake manifold, and seal off once clamped?
Sweet thanks so much guys! I'll tell my friend to get this SAE 30 Non-Detergent I saw on Orielly's website, and to get some seals. We'll go ahead and get new crank seals, maybe an entire gasket, or seal kit. I also should've mentioned that the top throttle slide adjuster rubber piece that goes over it broke and is no longer on it. Is that a potential spot for an air leak? I hea
Hey all,So my friend is having some trouble with his 1976 Super Sport. It just won't idle no matter what we try. We have cleaned the carb multiple times, including tiny idle jet hole. We tried adjusting the idle screw and the top screw, with no luck even when fully out. Fuel flow is perfect, new inner rubber clutch piece, new intake and exhaust gasket, new piston and rings, he says piston is