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To remove the governor off a Baja 90cc refer to your owners manual. Many newer models do not have a governor.
There's an adjustment nut on the hand grip for the throttle cable. Back it out to make the throttle tighter, and screw it in for looser.
It goes 65mph
Under the actual gas tank, there will be a screw and a spring on the screw(governor). loosen up that screw until there is only about 2mm on the inside.
about 40mph+ or 50mph+ depending on riders weight
the baja warrior goes about 30 -40 haha, 30-40, yeah right. stock this bike goes 20, you adjust the governor open the air screw a little tighten the springs, open up throttle screw, and take off muffler, and you can get up to 35 tops. you swap some gears and you can adjust power and top speed, i got mine up to fifty by bypassing the middle sprockets and making one chain from clutch to wheel. took a long time to reach 50 but it did it.
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40-50 mph depending on ur weight
you only use mixed oil if its a 2-stroke dirtbike
Baja ATVs can be made faster by several ways. The most popular way is to install a nitro kit, or the ATV could be given a tune up.
There is no "governor screw" on a doodlebug. There is a throttle stop screw. If you look at the side of the carburetor you will see a small screw with a spring around it, back that out until the throttle lever no longer touches it when the throttle twisted grip is at full throttle. That won't give very much of an improvement though, because the real governor is still working. To bypass the governor, which limits the maximum revs of the engine you need to go one stage further (which will almost double the top speed of the bike). When you turn the throttle you will see that the cable pulls on a small lever behind the carburetor. If you raise the rear wheel of the ground (so that you can rev the bike without it moving forwards) you will see that when the engine reaches roughly 3600rpm the governor engages. You will see that there is an arm connected to a shaft that comes out of the front engine casing just below the carburettor. That is the governor. That is directly connected to the carb with a long thin steel rod. When the engine reaches 3600rpm that rod closes the butterfly on the carb, restricting the maximum revs to 3600rpm. You need to bypass this mechanism. Attach the governor arm to the throttle arm with a zip tie. This will stop the governor arm from engaging. The engine will rev to about 5300rpm (it's natural limit) instead of 3600rpm. You will see a corresponding increase in your top speed. If you search youtube you can find a video of someone doing it to a mini Baja 6.5hp. Although the engine is a slightly different design, the governor works in exactly the same way. On the Doodle bug the governor arm and throttle arm are located vertically on the front of the engine, on the Baja Warrior/Heat/MB200 it is horizontal, but it works in exactly the same way. Search for Baja Warrior Mini Bike Easy Governor Bypass. There are several different videos showing how to do it, from using a piece of wire to using a zip tie to using a fishing line to do it. They all do the same thing though. They are all for Baja Heat/Warrior/MB200, but as I said, they all work for the Doodle Bug too.
You can find them here...http://www.bajamotorsportsonline.com/parts_category.php
Go towww.bajamotorsports.net for complete owners manual.
near the other end of the throttle cable where it lets in the gas.
Loosen the governor which is a screw behind the front chain cover. Search on YouTube,"How to make a Baja racer mini bike go faster."
pull apart the carborator and clean it of dirt and debris pull apart the carborator and clean it of dirt and debris
probably because you need a new gearbox or just put the parking brake on.
There is a black screw behind the carburetor, if you turn it clockwise while it is idling you will hear the rpm's drop.
Baja California is part of Mexico. The Baja is actually divided into two states: Baja California Norte(north) and Baja California Sur(south). Baja California is part of Mexico. The Baja is actually divided into two states: Baja California Norte(north) and Baja California Sur(south).
turn the gold screw on the left side of carb in 1/4 turns while u give it gas u need a flat head screw driver its easy
On the driver side, under the dashboard, attached with a single screw to the steering column. It is square, from the bottom you'll see a wiring harness. It is attached by a single 10mm screw.
You can adjust it, by turning out the "Engine Governor Speed Adjustment" Screw. Check out the doodlebug manual, or message me for more details.