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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

hello again another little problem doing my head in bike runs fine but when on tickover just stops now and then but always starts straight away be gratefull for any help thanks guys. ps carbs have been cleaned properly cost me sixty quid

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fogie

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fogie says:

idle speed

Assuming the engine and service items are all ok, either icrease the idle speed a bit, on the mixture screw, or idle speed screw.

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

cheers fogie tryed that but to stop it happening ithas to be really ticking over way too fast to bepractical

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fogie

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fogie says:

idle

Oh right, is the bike standard, as in, exhaust and air filter?

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

as far as i can see mate but its german reg so god knows what they call standard

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

stops

on tickover,if the bike restarts ok are you using throttle to start it?

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

no just press button then ticks over great for a minute

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fogie

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fogie says:

idle

Can you use a length of fuel pipe or similar, as a listening tube, and play it around the carb manifold, listening for air leaks.Or spray carb cleaner there, if there is an air leak, the engine speed will rise as it get sucked in. Also, can you check your float level?

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

dunno abt float level might be beyond me but will try others tomorrow evening first chance i get let you know asap thanks for help m8

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

tryed pipe and spray no joy but upped rpm from 1500 to 1800 runs ok but just too fast doin my head in bloody thing

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scudd

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scudd says:

pegaso

tryed pipe and spray no joy but upped rpm from 1500 to 1800 runs ok but just too fast doin my head in bloody thing

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