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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-18-2009, 12:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question tc125 PROBLEM!! HELP!!!

i RECENTLY JUST REBUILT MY 1972 SUZUKI TC125 AND I AM HAVING TROUBLES. IT IS A REAL PAIN TO START(LOTS OF KICKS) AND WHEN I DO GET IT RUNNING AFTER ABOUT 5-10 MIN. OF RIDING GREAT IT DIES WHEN I START SLOWING DOWN AND LET OFF THE GAS. I HAVE CLEANED MY CARB. OUT MANY TIMES THINKING THAT WAS THE PROBLEM AND STILL NO USE. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY ADVICE/HELP?
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RE; tc 125 help

im thinking maybe an ignition problem,especially since it takes 5-10 min. to crap out.i dont know much about those bikes ,but maybe this is somthin to check.good luck my freind.
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im thinking maybe an ignition problem,especially since it takes 5-10 min. to crap out.i dont know much about those bikes ,but maybe this is somthin to check.good luck my freind.

I have great spark though. I also noticed im leakin gas out of the carb to when it sits fot about 15 min.
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she is a leakin

o.k. closely inspect float needle and seat for wear,check floats{saturated?},check float HEIGHT{important!}. i would replace these parts if possible.if gas is leakin,its gotta get past this stuff to do it.before you buy parts make sure the float height is correct.hope this helps. later
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