if this is on a 2stroke the governors are on the throttle handle and the exhaust take the exhaust off at the head and there should be a washer in the exhaust remove the washer. on the throttle there is a screw that stops the throttle from going full throttle remove that screw. there usually by the throttle & to take out just a few screws
Most motorcycles or scooters with a 49 cc engine take about 1 liter or one quart of engine oil.
no a 4.2 engine is in liter's not ccs.
On my 49cc scooter engine the carburetor is found on the engine. The engine is broken down into 3 parts, the part to the left (looking at it) where the air filter is is right next to the carburetor.
Follow the instructions on Youtube.
Governors limit the RPM of the engine. Removing it will increase RPM but can cause engine damage.
anything over 49cc
it goes amazingly 30 or 45
take off the part containing the pull start and retie on another string fed throu the hole and tie on the handle.
what is a 49cc dirt bike
Answerjust take of the whole exhaust inlcluding the head which is the pipe leading to the engine, take that all of. your bike will be loud as maybe even to load but it will definently give your bike more power. DO NOT DO THIS!!!!! especially on a 2 stroke engine! this will bend your rods and possibly ruin your whole engine!!!!
50 mph if you undo the 4 flat handed screws on the engine if there isnt it means it is a lawn moer
brake it off haha
49cc. 49cc. 49cc. 49cc.
buy a new engine for around 149.99 at www.partsforscooters.com
depending on the mini quad it should go to 30mph-35
should be where your throtle on your carb. its a screw with a spring.
Yes in CT if the engine is over 49cc. Check your states MVB laws online.
Between 120 and 150 psi probably most likely 120ish
The 110cc. engine will make the bike go about twice as fast as the 49cc. bike. If you can't figure that out than you shouldn't be riding a pocket bike Piston size. a 110cc will be massive vs. a 49cc. block sizes are also a good way to judge. Google it for actual sizes.
Yes. Anything with an engine needs to have a drivers licence before it can be used on a public road.
In the process of getting one... I was told the governors have a 90-day time limit to review and sign.
Nope, too much power, will blow the engine. the text above is retarded how can changing the engine blow the engine if a 70cc engine will fit it will work what he's saying is that the rear sprocket is to small. You would have to get a bigger sprocket so the engine won't run at high RPM's when you take off. With the bigger sprocket, the engine will have to work a little more to get the wheel to turn.