Pull the sparkplug to see if its wet or dry............sounds like an improperly set float or air/fuel adjustment,,possibly improper jetting
What carb did you install?
What carb did you install?
thank for the quick reply CAM2,
i will check if the sparkplug is wet or dry, if it is wet then what can be the problem.
also for the carb i installed a PZ19 Carburetor
Engine Opening O.D.: 19mm.
thanks for the input, i will follow this guideline to set my carb. but i also had another question. i have another 110cc x7 which is yellow. it had the same leaking problem. the engine i have taken off the bike . i have set my other red x7 110cc aside which had had the carb problem. but my yellow one has a leak, the oil drips out the exhaust pipe to where it is attached to the engine, only when started. would i have to replace the o ring rubber circles that are found near the intake and exhaust valves. this was told to me. but I'm not 100% sure.
please help guys .
sometimes its not that easy...These chinese engines are weak azz as it is with the valve springs...If you run the engine extremely lean youll weaken the springs so much they float the valves...once you get valve float you get interferrence and contact between the valve and the piston...when that happens you get a wicked crack and possible bent valves thats fixable only buy buying a new head............hi,
thanks for the quick response, i usually put about 3/4 of the bottle. i have provided pics that were taken a while back. the pics are under the "leakage" album. once again the oil is a dark shade of black that leaks from the exhaust pipe that's attached to the engine. so i would have replace the intake valve guide
& the Exhaust valve guide. is it a fairly easy job.
first check and see how tight the head stud nuts are...the chinese only install them finger tight...you may luck out......hey,
thanks for the suggestions, i have the same leakage on both of my bikes. do you think i should buy new heads. or is there some sort of tutorial that can be found. i really don't want to spend a lot of money on these. i rather do the job my self if it's not that complicated.
Yeah but where does it show how to fix a cracked head if it is...You cant just replace the valve guide because it will crack...If your handy you can actually fix cracked aluminum heads with this stuff....................
I think somewhere in this thread EPR says that pocketbikeparts or ebay has e22 heads pretty cheap;-something like $36 bux shipped or close.......if the casting around the head is cracked, then i would need a new head. but what if only the valve oil seals are bad, if your already taking it apart. might as well replace the valves. but it's not normal for oil to be dripping only when the bike is running, out of the exhaust port from the head. is there a good chance that both bikes heads are that damaged. so should i start on one bike by taking the valves out and looking for damages in the head.
let me know guys,
but the video is helpful.
also can i pick up new heads/or just the shells at a local bike shop.
Is it 2 stroke or 4 stroke.?i got a a 49cc pocket rocket that my buddy was throwing out and everything is there has fuel and no spark problem is i dont have the main memory computer or coil sucky part is there is no other way to get spark to see if it'll run for temporary purposes is there ?