> > Hello All,
> I inhierted a '93 Tomos A35 from a friend (mechanic) who could never get it
> running correctly. (Sounds bad already, doesn't it? ) I've fooled with it
> now for a few months off and on and am pretty fed up. I've cleaned and
> adjusted the points, checked the plug and spark (OK), rebuilt the carb,
> checked the piston, etc. The previous owner replaced the reed valve. Darn
> thing has very little power and dies after running it as fast as it will go
> for a few minutes...but then starts immediately. I checked the fuel feed and
> it looks good. 1) anyone have the correct point setting? 2) any electrical
> test that might reveal a fault, 3) any Tomos prayers that work?
> Thanks for all help,
Have you checked the ignition coil and condensor? Sounds like a typical
If not it can be a crack in the crankcase which due to expension when
getting warm opens up and thus looses the subpresure. It's a realy hard
defect to find, but I've seen it a couple fo times already.
Also check the sealrings.
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