Jonathan Lungley: Great job Brother, thanks for sharing.
Denton Pilot: Thanks for posting this video. Nice to see how this is done.
Fernando Biondi: poorly planned, lacks critic details, not very trusty
Brian talent: Thanks bro... the drums at the beginning sound like the intro to "escape"
Daniel Alaniz: ty bhro ...
Chris Kellow: Great vid .... :)
P.S What did you say when putting the flywheel back on..... " line up the
slot.... wood..... and what? lol
Iflyquads Fpv: I've built one crazy scoot 233 cc cold air compressor forced large dia
intake boost switch land
Ann Wilson: just done a top end engine rebuild , now the engine turns over very slow
and will not start , only time it sparks at the plug is wen you stop
pressing the starter , any idea wat my problem could be thanks dave
newbight: Nice video real detailing
bassmando: this tutorial is ok if you don't mind it being presented by a retarded
abel berenguer: Hi tks four your great video, I have A Sym Fiddle two stroke I fit a new
75cc cylinder and up the main jet to, wheen I drive the scooter now after
20 a 30 minutes the scooter cut off completely and the engine is very very
hot you have any idea what happen whit my scooter tank you best regards:
tulsaoutlaw: thank you for posting this..now do you have any ideas on converting a drum
brake to a disc on the rear tire and where to get parts for such
Braaaplive2strokes: You can buy one off ebay or at your motorcycle dealer. I think the flywheel
puller is a standard one because I also use it on my dirt bikes and it also
pulls the flywheel off of those too.
Braaaplive2strokes: I am not sure of the size of the nut. I have had the flywheel puller a long
time and I think I got it from a garage sale. But the flywheel puller that
I have fits mostly anything. It will fit Yamaha, Honda, and more. They
might be all standard.
Braaaplive2strokes: @superglue62 Thanks for the comment. I am very glad that you liked the
thatsphil2u: thanks, this really helped
Rider Chamblizi: pl
Docmananoff: 2 Thumbs up on this video! very helpful! Thanks!
btwbrand: To remove the Starter bedix (clutch) you remove the cover to the variator
belt and it will be sitting there next to the drive gear for the starter.
nevermind123again: Your video is awesome!!, thanks for making so easy to follow, now, where do
you get the flywheel puller, I have been looking for one like yours but I
have no luck
atv731: Sounds like you have spark now, but may be starved for fuel. Clean the carb
well, and remove the jets and the float/needle and seat and make sure they
are not obstucted. Plus make sure fuel is making it to the carb.
Joaquin Savannah: Could be simply be the air to fuel ratio mix. There is a screw on the lower
end of the carb next to the intake. Counter clockwise is rich, the opposite
is lean. If the idle rpm is correct and the fuel to air ratio is correct,
it shouldn't bog when you quickly open the throttle. Also it could just be
a bad automatic choke.
Don Bazsika: Awesome video! You make it seem easy! Quick question. Got a Wildfire 300 cc
scooter (similar to a Jonway 250T and Roketa MC54-250). Got electrical
issues and want to replace the stator, regulator and possibly got to check
the wiring) Is this similar in theory to the scooter you're working on?
Braaaplive2strokes: You need to get a set of screw/bolt extractors. They sell them at Home
Depot, Sears and many more places. You put one side that looks like a drill
bit in the drill and put the drill in reserve until it drills a small hole
and then flip the screw extractor around and to the other side and put it
in reserve again and that should remove the flange bolts. I'll make a video
in few days to show how to use the extractors.
formegolf: Hello, Hope your having a good evening sir. I have a question please. I
have a 73 Yamaha ct1 175cc and the previous owner took out the battery and
rectifier. It runs good but when it's warmed up it runs sluggish and hard
to start. Is my Magneto going bad? What do yo think sir? Thank you, Mark
Braaaplive2strokes: Sorry I am not sure if it will fit on the 50cc scooter. I am guessing that
it will not fit because they are all made different for different scooters.
Cherry Colla: Braaplive2strokes: Are the magneto and stator both part of the same thing?
The repairman suggested trying to change out the stator, after he worked 5
hours on it and still couldn't get it to start. He said change my stator
first, then if it still wouldn't start after that change the CDI.
Nate Sand: Great vid bro!! Keep up the good work!
0xHalox0: I like your video, however with the CDI unit did you easily pull the plug
out, with force? or do you have to push in the little things on the side of
the CDI socket to remove the plug? I can't remove my CDI, thats why I am
spetzdeuce: I'm trying to replace the ignition swtich in my hog after some jackasses
tried stealing it!!! I have no idea if things are missing or not but I have
the new ignition but what does it plug into!?!?!? Some one has to be able
to help!!!! Its for a 07 motofino 50QT-7 I can't find anything online about
it and the people at the company are a bitch to deal with so any help would
iBeTehFlow: What is that little black box called mine broke on my dirtbike and im
thinking thats why its not getting spark anyhelp please and thanksss.
Braaaplive2strokes: No I have not swapped a gy6 before with a 50cc to a 150cc. Sorry.
Macgyver Siruma: 5:10 jerk use the wrench on the puller to stop cranking the magneto not
josue bello: esta super bien
mx3mo260: nice video
Braaaplive2strokes: I am really glad this helped you. Thanks for the comment.
Omixam Vargas: Hey man i got a question i got a 150cc sunl 2006 scooter and i change the
coil and the cdi but when i try to start it it start for just about 5
seconds and then shuts off and also shuts off when i throttle right away i
really need help!
0xHalox0: how did you remove your CDI? did you pull the plug out or pinch the the
things on the side of it?
Dave Mccray: hey...great video on the magneto. i was wondering. i have a 150 cc scooter
and the starter clutch went out. my question is...do you have to remove the
engine and rear wheel to get the starter clutch out? you were one plate
away from the starter clutch on your magneto video....thanks for any
help...can you reply to email@example.com
Braaaplive2strokes: Thanks for the comment! I am glad the video helped you out very much.
David Soto: Yup the timing at the flywheel is real important
YD AgilitY: its 4 s
Rider Chamblizi: do you have a speech disability? (NO OFFENSE) just asking that does not
affect your mechanically inclined skills i was just asking... I have adhd
and a slight speech issues every now and then.
CautionHotTV: Thanks great video!
ItsDevlcon: You sure it's a 4? Sounded like 2.. :o
maykevin5: good video, but wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to find which part is bad
and only replace one?
David Murray: Nice video just lose the music it's sooo loud I had to keep adjusting my
Braaaplive2strokes: It is a 150cc 4 stroke GY6.
Braaaplive2strokes: To remove the CDI you have to squeeze the tabs on the side of the white
plastic parts. While squeezing the tabs down, you have to pull out the and
this should remove the CDI. Hope this helps you.
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