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Old 03-26-2010, 03:24 PM   #11
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I was just being facetious. What modifications have you done to the motor? If you put a competition camshaft, big valves, high compression piston, etc. but left the carburetor stock, there is your problem.

We are having a two stroke-four stroke debate, and you got stuck in the middle, sorry.
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Old 03-26-2010, 08:05 PM   #12
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First, learn to read.
Second, learn to use your head; your comment makes no sense.
Third, and lastly, you did not answer or even touch on answering the topic designated to the thread. Go to 4chan if you want to keep being an idiot.
We've been saying these same things to Ken for years but he never listens.
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Old 03-26-2010, 08:17 PM   #13
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First, learn to read.
Second, learn to use your head; your comment makes no sense.
Third, and lastly, you did not answer or even touch on answering the topic designated to the thread. Go to 4chan if you want to keep being an idiot.
What Ken was saying is why is it an 88cc bike & not have an 88cc engine?
And if your riding it in the top 5% of the throttle range, you would benefit from a bigger bike. Even in prime operating conditions running most any bike at the top 5% will drastically shorten it's lifespan.
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Old 03-26-2010, 09:01 PM   #14
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Yeah Ken! Jez?
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Old 03-26-2010, 09:03 PM   #15
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What Ken was saying is why is it an 88cc bike & not have an 88cc engine?
And if your riding it in the top 5% of the throttle range, you would benefit from a bigger bike. Even in prime operating conditions running most any bike at the top 5% will drastically shorten it's lifespan.
Espesially with a two stroke on top all day~ Baaaaaaaaaaa
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Old 03-27-2010, 09:59 PM   #16
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Since your "MADASS" has an engine that is a carbon copy of a Honda 90, check those valves, a 10mm open and, a feeler gauge and a screwdriver should fix it just fine. Set the intake a seven thousands, with the exhaust at 8. Thie tickeing should go away, and since I've given you valve clearance specs that are on the "loose" side for a Honda 90 (OHC motor), it should have some balls now, since it's holding the exhaust charge in on the exhaust stroke for a new more nonoseconds.
Hi, thank you for your input.

I have opened the valve covers and inspected the two valves of my engine. How would I go about to fixing it with a screwdriver? Also, attached is the sound file of the sound that it makes.

Thank you for your suggestions! By far the closest opinion to my problem. Please respond at your earliest convenience.

Attached is the recorded sound file of what it sounds like.

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Old 03-28-2010, 11:29 AM   #17
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First, learn to read.
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Third, and lastly, you did not answer or even touch on answering the topic designated to the thread. Go to 4chan if you want to keep being an idiot.
You're the guy who wrote the sentence, not me. ' a Sachs MadAss 88cc bike, 50cc engine

While trying to make sense of your post, I did address the topic. My point is, since you couldn't infer it:

IF YOU'RE SPENDING A LOT OF TIME RUNNING THE BIKE WIDE FRIKIN OPEN, MAYBE YOU NEED A BIGGER BIKE.
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Old 03-28-2010, 12:53 PM   #18
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IF YOU'RE SPENDING A LOT OF TIME RUNNING THE BIKE WIDE FRIKIN OPEN, MAYBE YOU NEED A BIGGER BIKE.
If you run the chit outta it, eventually the chit will fall outta it
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Old 03-28-2010, 08:39 PM   #19
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Sounds like your getting to much fuel threw to small of a main circuit or mainjet, if your needle is adjustable you may beable to accomplish the adjustment with your current mainjet, if not you'll probably have to go a size bigger on the mainjet. Good luck.
what he said is right and something that could make the bike do that is the performance parts.
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