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wayde theriault

Need help 2006 Yamaha TTR126

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Hello, I just bought a 2006 ttr125 and the guy said it needed a new carb because gas was leaking out the overflow and he couldn’t find out what was wrong with it, I opened it up and messed with the float and I couldn’t figure it out myself so I just ordered a $30 carb off of amazon. I installed it and it seemed to run great around the yard but when I got on the road and started picking up speed it seems to just turn off once I slow down and down shift. I don’t know it’s like if I go to fast it will just completely die and right after it dies it won’t start, the es won’t work nor will the kick start, I have to wait a good 30 minutes before I can start it and it runs fine again. Anything helps! Thanks  

 

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Have you solved this issue? Does it sputter like its running out of gas on higher idle or just shut off?

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First mistake was chunking what I assume was an OEM carb for a cheap knock off from china.  Carb was most likely leaking due to the float valve not sealing in its seat.  Usually just replace the seat and the valve and problem solved.  I know you said you "messed" with the float.  But if it's not adjusted correct, it can also allow the carb to overflow.  Most likely, its the seat not sealing.  

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