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Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 11:42:53
Subject: RE: Stalling Puch...
From: Digital Continuum
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Hello Suzi,

Pne thing you might want to check is to insure that you are using enough
2-stroke oil in your gas, it may be getting hot and beginning to seize after
heating up. You should be running your fuel to oil ratio at least 50:1. If
you are already using this ratio, then it may be another problem.
Regards,
Bob
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-----Original Message-----
From: Suzi Hautaniemi [mailto:suzi@nic.fi]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 12:08 PM
To: moped@topica.com
Subject: Stalling Puch...

... is causing me some trouble. Why do y'all think it is that my old
faithful 1984 Tunturi Break-Puch seems to stall whenever I have ridden her
for, say, five miles and have to stop for, like, red traffic lights? This
means that at least the engine is not cold anymore.
Any ideas welcome.

-suzi h

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