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Some Tip's To Help Start Your Quad or Mini Moto

Firstly if they are have trouble starting the bike try


1   Check your fuel mix

In most case your bike fails to start due to much oil the oil you add to the fuel is for lubrication and is not as flammable as the fuel itself the more oil you use and less flammable the fuel becomes 25:1 is the best mix whilst running the bikes in and should be used for the first 2-3 tank fills of fuel after this the mix can be reduced to 32:1 use a good quality semi-synthetic 2-stroke oil if you check the rating on the back of the bottle you fill find the oil’s JASO rating you are looking for a minimum spec of JASO FC if you are using an oil with the lower rating of JASO FB this is not good enough please change the fuel oil mix and try again

Most fully synthetic oils carry a JASO FD rating this can be used but it very expensive and not necessary JASO FC is perfect


2    Drain the carb to refresh fuel

tip the quad on it side you will see and the back of the engine the carb is fitted there is a small Phillips head screw in the centre of the carbs float boat remove this screw and allow fuel to flow out of it. If you do not get any fuel flow please check the fuel tap is on (fuel tap points to the ground in the on position) if the fuel is turned on check for kinks in the fuel line

Once you have a fuel flow into the carb refit the drain screw and try again


3   Choke is not always necessary

On most small engined 2 stroke bikes using choke is not always necessary please try starting the bike with no choke then half choke then full choke

Choke lever down is the choke off position

Choke lever up is the on position


4   Check for a spark at the spark plug this will tell you if there either a fault with a kill switch or ignition coil

remove spark plug cap and spark plug place the spark plug into the cap and place on its side on the engine and pull the pull start to turn the engine over you may need help as one will need to pull the starter and other need to check the end of the plug for spark  


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