Try cleaning the air filter, you would be suprised how much of a difference
it makes. Also make sure that the gas line is not blocked. Make sure your
float is set ok. Try pumping the little bulb (if there is one) for the
carberator to make sure there is enough gas in the carb.
I'm pretty sure though that it's an air problem.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 10:36 PM
Subject: Why does my scotter die at full throttle?
> Hi my name is Jon and I recently aquired a 1984 Yamaha Razz Scooter.
> After cleaning everthing and getting it to run, I took it out on the
> only to find out that giving it full-throttle the scooter starts to die
> eventually does if the throttle is not returned to its normal position.
> anyone know why?
> Thats alot!