Its probably your carb. Check that, and if you know how to, clean it. There is a little hole on the bottom. Plug about half of that. I made the mistake of plugging all of it, and now my chopper wont run. I would suggest using Duct Tape. If none of that works, go buy a new one. That or if you don't like the hassle. Try www.partsforscooters.com , as that should Cary parts for mopeds.
50cc scooters are restricted to around 30mph here in the UK. They can be de-reg'd up by a few mph but you'll notgenerally get much more out of them. Weight and stuff are also factors.
You need a drivers license for scooter 50cc and below. You need a motorcycle endorsement for above 50cc.
i believe anything under 50cc
Yes, anything over 50cc you need a motorcycle licence. You must be over the age of 15.
any one know aboat 50cc Honda sfx scooters on cdi ignition box
According to the guys at Motorsport Scooters in San Diego, any bike that requires an M1 license to drive can be used for the M1 skills test. This includes scooters. I don't know if that includes 50cc, but the guy said that he knows several people who have taken the skills test on 50cc scooters. So the answer appears to be yes, you can. When I called the DMV the lady said 350cc or larger which is definitely not true.
If it does have a battery (some scooters don't) it will probably be under the seat.
Depends on which state you live in. Some require a valid drivers license while others offer a "moped only" license. However, in most states, you do not need a motorcycle endorsement to ride scooters that are under 50cc (note for those no in the know: most 50cc scooters are actually under 50cc). You'll need to check with your states DMV or Dept of Revenue.
For a production scooter 50cc and not a moped, I'd estimate that the mid-1980s Honda Spree at about 85 lbs dry weight as the lightest scooter. Most 50cc scooters are about double that weight.
No you cannot operate a 50cc scooter in Florida without a tag. You have to register it and it cost (in 2011) was 160 dollars. Very high considering the scooters are only 500 but its the law.
scooters have to be registered and insured in nj if it is under 50cc you do not need a motorcycle license
Hell no, 50cc scooters can't even ride on there! If it doesn't have a motor or transmission, it would be unwise.
If you are referring to an electric moped, the answer would be yes. As long as the moped doesn't exceed 50cc, you will not be required to have a motorcycle license. For anything over 50cc, a motorcycle license will be needed. If you are referring to the type of electric scooters which you stand up on, such as those sold for children or an electric scooter such as a power wheelchair, the answer is no.
go to scootdawg.com they have a free 200 page download for gy6 scooters. most 50cc are gyd or 139qmb.
As long as they are under 50cc you can ride them on the street without a licence in all states at any age.
Scooters, mopeds or any motor vehicle under the capacity of 50cc is not allowed on the UK motorways by law. Electric Invalid carriages of any type are also banned from motorways.
no not all of them, i have a 2012 motofino 50CC and it didn't have it but they do have rev limiters in the CDI, the stock carbs that can't be adjusted are set to burn lean to pass EPA guidelines, some have restrictors on the exhaust gasket.
go to scootdawg.com under free downloads. almost everything you need to know on scooters can be found there . including pics.
The gas-oil mixture ratio on a 2005 powermax 50cc scooter is usually about 5% in the ratio of 20:1. For the tuned scooters they use 3% on the ratio of 32:1.Ê
Scooters are becoming more and more popular nowadays, and the 50cc scooter is starting to boom in business ventures. Once can purchase such a scooter in local car dealerships as well as online on most car stores' websites.
cc's (cubic centimeters) are a measurement of power, not speed and 50cc scooters are considered to be entry-level in terms of power. More cc's equal more power and more power usually equates to more speed. Generally speaking, a 50cc scooter will have a top speed of 35-40 miles per hour.
Yes. If it is 50cc or less a regular automobile license is all you need. Larger motor sizes require a motorcycle license.
In NM you need a motorcycle license with W, Y, or Z endorsement, even for scooters <50cc.
To drive any motorcycle over 50cc, you have to be a registered driver with a minimum age of 16. "Scooters" or "Mopeds" that have an engine of 50cc or less allow you to apply for an operator's permit at the Secretary of State office at age 15. http://www.michigan.gov/sos
If your scooter is 50cc and under, you don't have to have a license or insurance. But you do have to put an orange flag on it. It's the law. If you have any questions I suggest you call Highland motor sports in Louisville Kentucky. They know everything you need to know about scooters.