Is it new? or has miles on it?It sounds as if he may have just flooded it. (loads of throttle when trying to re-start) Try taking the plug out again, Let it breath, spin it over a few times, let it breath (1/2 hour) then try your fresh spark plug again.He didn't drop it slightly did he? (just on it side)Maybe your air box is also full of fuel, take it apart let it breath. clean out the excess fuel.The two-stroke oil hasn't run out has it?
Yes crank seals, seals that seal on the crank
My god, I never new that!
The bike has 19.5K on it and was running fine. It's definitely not flooded and has loads of oil. I'm not convinced it is an ignition problem though, these things usually work fine or not at all. I guess I'll have to lift the head and have a look.
In that case smartarse you will know that if one fails or drops out it can cause the symptoms that supersport described so why be such a condescending git? Either share the benefit of your undoubted vast knowledge and experience and try to help the bloke or shut up
AlsoTake a look at the power valve system, i think there a little fragile?I think they do a little positioning dance when you turn on the ignition?I hope it's not your seals.
HiIt is an NS125R, so unless it is an import it does not have a power valve. The power valve on these was the old ATAC system which used a plunger to open / close a chamber off the exhaust port, and the pluger was moved by a linkage operating under centrefugal force from the end of the crank.All the bestKeith
I said crank seals as the reply, to the original post, so what's your problem, you're the smartarse wanker.
My god, I never new that! was your smart arse comment dickhead
Spottydog? You don't seem intelligent enough to be a dog, perhaps you're an amoeba with ideas above your station?
Hello Guys, in all due seriousness here chaps, this is a workshop thread with a guy trying to get help, pop along & start another thread to argue, so this chap can get some help instead of reading "handbags at dawn".
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