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Nano726

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  1. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    Replaced Pilot with a 50 and still no results. No matter what jet and where the idle screw is set there is no change. Only idles with the choke pulled out and dies immediately when choke pushed in. Will run perfect with throttle cracked and choke in. I am about to set it on fire, help please
  2. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    I am running a 45, 170, 70 had the clip on the second, third, fourth and fifth position with virtually no change. I forgot who that mentioned the o-ring on thr fuel screw but I did find a tiny piece and after playing with everything it will idle with the choke pulled out only. Do I need to run a bigger jet?
  3. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    Still having the same problem. Nothing I do has any effect on the problem. The only way it will start is if I crack the throttle about 1/16 of a turn. When I let off it dies immediately. Runs perfect, stays cool, isn't running hot or lean. I can ride it all day as long as I keep the throttle cracked. I am out of ideas. I have pulled the car apart and cleaned everything, changed the fuel, running a 170 main and a 70 pilot. moved the idle screw in and out a hundred times.
  4. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    Thank you for all of the help fellas, I am normally very good at fixing bikes. I am normally the "camp mechanic" and can figure anything out but this one has me stumped. That is why I am turning to the pro's (you guys) to help. The bike sat in pieces for six years. It had a clogged needle jet at first, I then cleaned all the jets out but did not use a fine wire to chase the holes. That will be the next thing I try. The TPC is throttle position sensor. I read on several forums about disconnecting this changes your power curve and actually increases throttle response. I am not sure if it was that or the "pink wire" trick buy there is a much better response now and got rid of the low end slight bog it had. There is a great video on youtube that explains each jet and the range they control I just had them mixed up. I will keep you all posted, thanks for your help. Thank you for all of the help fellas, I am normally very good at fixing bikes. I am normally the "camp mechanic" and can figure anything out but this one has me stumped. That is why I am turning to the pro's (you guys) to help. The bike sat in pieces for six years. It had a clogged needle jet at first, I then cleaned all the jets out but did not use a fine wire to chase the holes. That will be the next thing I try. The TPC is throttle position sensor. I read on several forums about disconnecting this changes your power curve and actually increases throttle response. I am not sure if it was that or the "pink wire" trick buy there is a much better response now and got rid of the low end slight bog it had. There is a great video on youtube that explains each jet and the range they control I just had them mixed up. I will keep you all posted, thanks for your help.
  5. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    I am running a 45 leak jet, 160 and the idle screw changes nothing from closed to four turns out. I've tried a 40 and a 170. Nothing makes a difference.
  6. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    I am around 900 ft. Cleaned and checked every jet every slide. Changed to thumb adjust fuel screw. Jetted all over up and down on every jet. Changes how it runs but does not cure the problem. It literally dies like someone hits the kill switch
  7. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

  8. Nano726

    WILL NOT IDLE

    I have a 2006 Honda crf450x. It runs super strong and perfect UNTIL I let off the throttle completely. Dies so fast it sounds electrical. I've re jetted a hundred times, done the "pink wire" trick, disconnected the TPC, changed the fuel screw, cleaned carb and ALL jets, checked for air leaks and still no other result. Please help
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