How two stop back firing on a two stroke motor bike?
There are several things that can cause back fire or "engine spit." The first would be to put in fresh fuel because there could be water in it or it could just be old. If that doesn't work, I would suggest making sure your carbs are clean because this would cause an insufficient source of fuel needed to run the engine. Another thing would be to make sure you don't have a bad ignition coil. This could cause firing at the incorrect times. If none of these work, you are possibly looking at a stuck valve, or a sheared flywheel key.
Depends if its 2 stroke or 4 stroke. A 2 stroke bike you can tell by the RPMS which they will be real high which your bike will be very loud. Also if you have a 4 stroke bike you can shift anytime just 4 stroke bikes have torque all the time. so it really depends if your racing just cruising or whatever it all depends on what you r doing.
when your sitting on the bike usually if you look on the right side of the motor where the chain goes (the transmision) if its a 4 stroke motor usually they dont add oil to gas . well on the bottom it should say what cc it is and u can tell by the size of the bike if its a really small one its more that likely a 47cc-50cc but the little ones scare…
In an engine be it a car or motorcycle with motorcycles for example you have a Dt125LC being 2 stroke or 4 stroke it is an engine so it has a piston the DT is a 2 stroke single cylinder so you know that you have one piston that gets charged by a spark which ignites the fuel to push this fist like hammer (PISTON)running through the centre of the engine the RPM on your…
KTM 300 series ,they are known to be a three stroke .(even know there is no such thing) Because of how low you can lug the bike and the power valve is adjustable so you can tune it to how you ride. The KTM exc/xc/xcw IS the best 2 stroke available. The Husaberg TE 300 is also the best because it is made by KTM (has the exact same motor)
A 2-stroke dirtbike will be powered by a 2-stroke engine and a 4-stroke dirtbike will be powered by a 4-stroke engine. For the same power, the 2-stroke will be a lighter bike. For the same weight, the 4-stroke will be a weaker/slower bike. The 2-stroke is likely to use more fuel and make more noise. The 4-stroke will run cleaner and quieter.
You can't get a 450 2 stroke but you can get a 500cc 2 stroke. there is not one made now but there was a 450 cc two stroke dirt bike i know of,the 1974 Husqvarna Desert Master,this was a 450 and from what i read about it,it was a wretched bike. another one is the 1981 Honda CR450 and it was another loser,the CR480 and CR500 was much better.