Well aint that some shit!!! It was the fucking carb i guess! I put two different carbs (same kind, kehein 39mm with my same jets for the pipes/filters and what not and it didnt bog out once. I didnt ride real far, but i rode it enough where it would have started bogging out as always.
So now my question is what the hell is wrong with my carb? Is it clogged up somewhere maybe? Fload incorrectly adjusted? What can cause it to work good and then all of a sudden bog out?
How come my sled engages so fuckin high? I have what SLP says to put for the pipes, an almond/gold spring, but the weights are 10-62m weights not regular 10-62 weights. I was told they make it engage slightly higher, but does it affect it that much?
Or is it cuz the space between the belt and clutch is so big?
I figured it would, just making sure. So i really need to get the clutch set up righ for my belt. Should i get the spacer things like said in the other thread, or should i try and bring it somewhere to have them take the clutch apart and set it up for my belt? I need that changed cuz it engages way too high for my liking, its very annoying.
Well after i tried the other set of carbs, i left mine off and cleaned them and all that, and i let some sea foam stuff soak in them kinda, i put the carbs back on and finally was gona try it again today. Well it runs like shit now, the air screws are one turn out.. It seems as if its not getting enough gas, cuz i push the throttle and it almost dies, if the choke is on it works fine. What do i need to adjust? Its got the same jets, so its not the jetting, and it wasnt extremely cold or anything.
I gotta tell you guys, im getting real sick of messing with this thing. I miss the 440 kinda, im almost tempted to get another one since theyre fairly cheap.. All i would need is a bare block engine, just a crank, case, pistons, cylinders, and a head.. Im not thinking of it now, but im guessing i could get one this summer for cheap if i keep an eye out.
dont matter what jets are in it, if you give it gas and it dies or you have the choke on and it runs its telling you it either needs bigger pilot jets. even if you had the gas shut off, if the carbs were full of gas you would be able to launch and run for a couple seconds.
you think your sick of working on it, how do you think the motor feels for screaming at you that it needs more food and your not listening?
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It doesnt need bigger pilots. I put 40s in it from the stock 38s, and it ran good until i had the carbs apart and then put back on..
Also, i have kind of a bad feeling about this motor, i mean it ran great and everything before the carbs this time, but its super hard to pull over.. And even with the plugs out, the engine will turn over earier but not completely easy. And the thing is a motor will usually keep spinning for a little when you pull it over hard with no plugs, right Well it just stops quick and doesnt keep turning at all.. I feel like something is wrong. What do you think?
Ill take a look, i dont think its anything in the top end. Like i said it runs great, minus right now since the carbs were off. If anything i would think the crank bearings are getting tight or something, i have no idea. Im just afraid something could be wrong with it.
I checked in the exhaust ports, the pistons looked fine to me. Im pretty sure i can get UNDER the pistons from the intake ports with the reeds and all that off, would it be a bad idea to get some 2 stroke oil in there or something, i dono why i just wana know why its doing that.
And remember im running premix, no oil injection on this thing.