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yes.in other words, the electrical system is not working. lights or horn.
My brothers and sistersAfter a killer day of buzzen all around town yesterday, I’m up early to do more of the same today. I hoped to hit my favorite watering hole for a hot cup of joe, talk shit with the locals and send glances and flirts to the hotties passing threw (yawl know the drill). Any way, I pull out my pony wipe her down, check the vitals, and hopped on. Primed her up; inserted and worke
Kick start.Thanks guys, I’m up and running. I’m really not sure how I did it so I can’t pass on any real advice to help anyone else with a similar issue. Although, I did take the advice of a fellow member (Axldeziak) who suggested I take a look at the “kick starter lifter” and to make sure it was coming in contact with the “kick starter guide”. Mine was not making contact. So I decided to pull off
to be honest, i'm not sure what you mean by #5 or 7there are many possibilities...i have an idea but we both know i'm going to need more than that to move forward with your help in solving this problem. i'm all ears.
Suzuki fa50 S.O.S. Needs big help from someone who knows about kick arms. send help!
I’m still not mobile yet but I’m hopeful…I bust open the trany today after draining the oil. There were no obvious signs of anything being wrong. I’m not sure what to look for to figure out what could be wrong. I heard the little spring pop off as I removed the cover plate. What I think may be happening is, the gear that engages with the “gear kk start d” don’t seem to be locking with the “starter
if push come to a shove "there it is" :) thanks dude.
now that's some advise i can use. thanks for the tips. i'll post the results whenever i get up and running...
what about a couple of center chrome strips? i saw one...
Hey fellow two wheelers,Got an issue with a Suzuki fa50. I’m not getting any resistance at the “kick arm” at start up, I’m using the brake as usual. I just pulled it out from winter storage… Any ideas?thanks
let me start by thanking everyone who had input with my last post.(fa50 won't start / idle) everyone who said to clean the carb than clean it again was absolutely on point that put me back on the road! so, i went out and picked up another. the rear brakes are frozen. any ideas on freeing them up?thanks
hey axldeziak,thanks for the offer! i get back to you soon as i possibly can...
just picked up this early FA50. the kick start is "limp"...anybody have any ideas before i pull the cover?thanks all
zeke you are on. i'll post up tomorrow evening...
i tried a ton of things. nothing seem to solve my problem. she starts on the first kick. the problem is...it will only start and idle when the choke is fully engaged. as soon as i try to throttle up or push the choke in she dies. who has the answer? gas is at 4 bucks send help!thanks guys and dolls
good luck with the project. i see you received some good advise. here's hopefully some more, i would pass on the new cheap ebay carbs i purchased one and before it arrived i had my old one up and running nice. I shelved the new one until recently. i thought i would put the new one on and shelve the old one. as it turned out my new one is a piece of crap! the body literally broke off at one o
it looks like he breaks 35 mph...
sorry everybody. wrong place...
could be. but i wouldn't know where to began. any ideas?thanks
two stroke, air cooled eng.single mikuni vm12sh carb,
that's a very good observation. i'll investigate it after the cleaning. thanks.
that's a damn good start..ok, i'll try it. stay tuned.
for the life of me i can't figure out why this machine only idles when the choke is engaged. when i attempt to give it gas it chokes out. that also happens when i try to close the choke. that's whats keeping me from from roll en guys (feel my pain) send help! i know somebody in here has an answer...thanks
hey isaac,what make you think you are getting too much oil? is there any visible signs of oil on or around either side of the hose where it connects? i had that problem. as it turned out, the wrong hose was attached to my unit. the other thing is, i'm not sure of an adjustment for the pump, but there is a bleed screw that may help with regulation. just open the screw until some oil "oos
thanks isaac. i'll try something like that the next time i work on it.
what happened:a few days ago while i was out cruise n, i noticed my noped started to struggling with this fairly steep hill we ride all the time. just before i started to pull over it made a strange popping sound (like compressed air escaping) and then shut down. i started it back-up with hopes i could make it home. no such luck... it did restart a couple of times but the same thing would happen a