I didn't here it start at all in that video. Just the starter turning over. Is there gas in it?
There is a little gas in it, I havent put any new gas but Im about to drain it out and put some new gas in to test itI didn't here it start at all in that video. Just the starter turning over. Is there gas in it?
Im afraid it might be carburetor, I dont really know how to inspect it but if someone had pictures of everything thats plugged into it I could check if its missing anything or somethings wrongIt could be a ton of things, ignition related( plugs, wires, coils), fuel related (dirty, flooded carbs, fuel lines) etc.
I would start with a good charged battery . Then , check your plugs, ,make sure they are good and you are getting spark. If that checks, it might be a fuel issue. Make sure gas is fresh and check your carburetor
Ty for the link and I checked the sparkplug by taking it off and see if it was dirty or something and also used a screw driver to put it in the plug so it sparks. Im currently trying to take out all the gasoline but when i move it I can hear gas sloshing around, do i have to take out 100% of it? b/c its very little whats left and hard to take it out since its on other side of tank which has a bump it has to get over to valve.Did u check for spark first. It only takes a second. I would do that before tearing apart the carb
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Yes i did, I set it on the 3 Options: On, Reserve, and Primary. and still it wouldnt go. Ill change the spark plug just to be safe. My tank is a gravity type and emptied out the thing, I put some new gas and started it, two things happened, the battery died since i hadnt turned it on and the gasoline went from the carburetor into the air filter. Im not sure if thats supposed to happen.I would replace the plug. Idk if your bikes tank is the vacuum or gravity type to get any remaining fuel out. You have a few options. You can use one of those cheap harbor freight transfer pumps. If it's vacuum you have to get suction on the petcock where the hose connects with a mighty vac or get some suction on it and pinch it off. If it's gravity just set to on and it will flow freely once you remove fuel line. Or you can take tank off and shake it out (I've done that). Or u can just leave it. Idk what your plug looks like but I would try a new plug before messing with the carb. It's cheap and easy. Have you tried putting on reserve and starting it?