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1 pointI don't care if the carb is brand new. You have a leaking needle seat like I and the previous poster mentioned. Your compression tests are extremely high because the motor is flooded with fuel and almost to the point of liquid lock, further cranking of a liquid locked motor can also cause rod bearing damage and failure. The needle and seat will be where it's supposed to be yet it is not stopping fuel from flowing from the back side of the seat where the o-ring that is suppose to seal and hold the seat in place. If you take the needle and float off and the seat is easily pulled from the carbs body it is leaking. Even a good sparking spark plug will not spark when the carb is delivering too much fuel.
1 pointThank you for the comment on the carburetor write up. Depending on the years make and models it all depends. What also matters is where the bike was sold or manufactured. For instance we’ve seen here on Quadcrazy a lot of members from the west have machines that have the air fuel screw capped off so you can’t adjust due to I would guess emission concerns. Simple drill will fix that. Now back to the wiring/modules. There are only a few components that go to a carburetor from what I’ve seen in my experience over time. 1. Throttle position sensor 2. Injector 3. Carburetor warmer for colder states. 4. Electronic choke. Unless I’ve missed something else any other members please fell free to comment that’s all I can think of. Now as far as Downloading manuals there are two ways to go here at Quadcrazy. Unless something has changed you can be a paid member and have access. Or you have to have ten or more contributing posts and it should be able to download. @Admin correct me if I’m wrong. Let me know if this helps.
1 pointGood job brother. I’d do the same thing if I had to. No one said it would be easy but it works. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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