YOU SAID IN YOUR LAST POST:
Finally I got home. I did some diagnostics. Nothing in the
carbuerator was clogged. No fuel lines or filters were clogged.
It was getting a spark. It had gas. I messed with the mixture
screw. I can't figure out what is wrong. My suspects are, -
Improper fuel mixture (too rich or too bland; this has never been
a problem, but who knows?!!) - Worn wrist pin, crank, etc.
(However, I checked the compression and it was at 150 PSI
(Usually excellent compression) - A bad throttle cable. (I
checked this, but again, who knows?) - Timing, (It was getting a
spark for sure, but I did a little bit of off road and something
might have gotten shaken up.) - Transmission Problem (This seems
unlikely, because the main problem is that the engine is not
getting high enough RPMs, I really seems like a fuel, or engine
This same thing just happened to me. So I went to a local
automotive store to get some fuel stabilizer to pour in the gas
and oil tank to clean out any carbon deposits. BAD MOVE... I
ended up taking off my muffler and finding out that it was NOT
clogged. And when I went to put it back together, I found that I
had actually removed a whole bolt that secures the bi-turbo pipe
in place. Although I didn't of course mean it, I none-the-less
did it anyways. So I was pissed. What I thought would be a 15
minute project (at most;) ended up being 2 hours and a dirty
t-shirt and A pair of dirty pants later. So I was pissed...I took
my ped to "Moped Hospital" here in Key West and now it 'owns'...
"My ped has NEVER been faster; EVER!' -- PWC Guide Mark W.
Now I MUST SAY, that my ped RUNS FASTER THAN IT EVER Has
since I got it. I dunno what they did, but I'm glad they did
it, cause it kicks arse....