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having issue getting fuel to the cyclinder on my LT50. Any suggestions, How can I check to see if it is making vaccumm?:realmad:::biggrin:

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Put hand over backside of carb and crank it youll feel it. If you do feel it,Shut off gas drain carb. Take a little gas/oil(bout 1/3-1/2 cup) and pour it on air filter open throtle all the way open and start if it starts and revs up shut off and remove carb as you will be taking it apart, very easy. Need help ask.

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Would happens if the crankcase seal are leaking by, can this cause it not to have vacuum to pull the fuel in the cyclinder?

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Would happens if the crankcase seal are leaking by, can this cause it not to have vacuum to pull the fuel in the cyclinder?

i think so:yes:

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if you have a bad crankseal it will suck oil from tranny side and rev to the moon from flywheel side.

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if you have a bad crankseal it will suck oil from tranny side and rev to the moon from flywheel side.

ouch:huh:

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do a compression test tell me what you have how can ya get help if ya dont come back with the results?

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do a compression test tell me what you have how can ya get help if ya dont come back with the results?

he doesnt hav a compression tester:no:

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haha, OMG, wrong thread, i was thinkin of somethin else!:laugh:

my yamaha blaster thread???? and i do have a compression tester...

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take the lt50 to rick ritter at RCR.

lol he can do tons of stuff to it and make it a mini-monster.

lol

rick ritter sound like a fake mexican name, lol:laugh:

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