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Kazuma 110 - no power

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We aquired this Quad that shows very little use but had been sitting for a while. I have it starting easily now - but it does not have much power at all. It seems like it's loading up with gas and bogging down. Spark is good - have replaced the coil and plug - replaced the carb with a new one and still the same issue. Thoughts?

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Air intake clogged, air filter? Have you checked that?

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How heavy is the person riding it? Those little quads generally have around a 100lb weight limit. If you aren't overloading it, I would check the valves and do a compression test. Those Chinese quads are prone to chronic problems, I have never seen one last more that 5 or 6 rides before something went wrong. I don't want to be a spoil sport, but the best thing you can do with that thing is get rid of it, make it someone elses problem.

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Thanks for the responses. I know that these can have issues, but I got 2 of them for next to nothing and it's a cost effective way to see if my kids like the sport - they are 9 and 11, both under 100lbs. They are enjoying riding the other one so far. I have been working on it with the air cleaner removed. Time to go a little deeper I guess.... Thanks again for the help.

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does it smell like it is running rich. It could be that you need to set the float and mixtures. they do not usually come preset.

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