Dinli (Suzuki) Helix 100cc cutout
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Thread: Dinli (Suzuki) Helix 100cc cutout

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    Dinli (Suzuki) Helix 100cc cutout

    Hi, first time trying a forum, hope this is the right place
    The Dinli starts and idles, it drives for about 500m and then it just cuts out, even with the throttle open, almost likes the petrol just stops flowing. I have tested to fuel and fuel filter runs well. The distance before it cuts out seems to to reduce as it gets hotter. There is 2 stroke in

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    Fuel tank vacuum? pop the cap when it does it.
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    Will try that thanks, but I have tested the fuel by removing the pipe and it runs well.
    Almost seems like it not getting enough air?
    Could be the choke, but can't find it, think there is electric

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    Welcome.
    Hope you get this sorted out.

    I deleted the other identical thread you started.
    Please post your questions only ONCE.
    Having it in multiple places just causes confusion.

    Thanks.
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    Pull the plug if it is white thren the fuel mix ratio is way too lean. Another problem may be the exhaust baffle is clogged up with carbon....many two strokes have a removable baffle, a small screw underneath the muffler outer. Remove the baffle and use a blow torch to burn any carbon off. If it is heavily carboned up it would be a good idea to pull the header pipe off and clean out the exhaust port too.

    Good luck
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