I have a syx moto pocket bike and its a 49cc 2-stroke and it won't start at all no matter what you do to it i just got it rode it for three min and it won't start again please help
Well we did that and there was fuel on the spark plug and I think the engine is flooded but I don’t know how to not make it floodThanks for joining and welcome. First step At least what I do, pull the spark plug out and look at it, maybe even smell it. If I smell fuel on it the spark might not be good, set it on the cylinder head while it is in the spark plug wire. Make sure it is dark in your garage or shed, make sure it is definitely touching the cylinder head and pull the pull start and see if you have a blue Spark. Considering how new it is I would condemn the spark plug first. And while you are at it if it was flooded you can clean out the cylinder with no spark plug in it. Here's a little neat trick, make sure that the spark plug is not over in the spark plug hole. It can ignite the mixture coming out of the cylinder head.
ok I will try that I will let you know if that worked later because I’m at work right nowFor some reason oh, maybe the kill switch or the spark plug was bad it wasn't going to fire the mixture. With the spark plug out you can pull it five or six times to try to empty the cylinder, pull it hard and fast. After that, fresh plug if you have one and try to start it again. It is possible it is a carburetor but I have a feeling it is Spark. After 6 or 7 pulls if it does not start, open the choke and hold the throttle wide open. Now while doing that, if your rear tire is not OFF the ground, you need to use discretion and either hold a break at the same time or let off the throttle right when it starts. I did that for years with dirt bikes and snowmobiles.
if it is a carb thing what do I do in that situationSounds good. Spark, fuel, and compression. You know you have fuel and I'm sure you have compression considering it is a new bike. It is possible it doesn't but spark plugs are probably the fastest thing to die on these bikes. Always keep extras on hand, I personally like NGK, they're pretty cheap at my local automotive stores.