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I have a 2010 ezgo gas cart rvx..doesn't run properly .. it bogs out or will just sit and idle and wont move.. I had the carb cleaned and new belts put on and this is still happing any other ideas?

Seems to work if I put a new spark plug in for a short time .. Then it goes back to the same as before ..

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SOURCE: difficulty adjusting carb for smooth idle and full power tilling

Your quickest fix for this problem is to simply replace the carburetor, a Zama K54A. Do it all the time. After that, if you can find a 2 cycle oil, Opti-2, it's the best you can use and it's a one mix for all your 2 cycle equipment (blowers, trimmers, chainsaws, etc.) It's the only 2 cycle I sell in my shop.

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Likely dirt in high speed needle valve(H); could be leaky fuel line(air leaking in), plugged fuel filter, pinched fuel line, etc - anything restricting flow of fuel. Likely, you aggravated an existing problem by cleaning the air filter which would have been providing some choke effect if it were partially plugged.

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SOURCE: Poulan 446 Pro engine won't run

its probably not getting any gas from the tank try putting your finger on the hole on the carberator and pull your finger should be wet if not take fuel line of the carburator and thenblow then take off the gas cap and blow through the hole on the gas tank it should flow freely throgh teh line to the carburator

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Testimonial: "Thanks for the help. The gas line was dessolving on the inside and getting into the carb. I replaced the gas line."

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SOURCE: 2004 sportsman 600, bogs down bad at half throttle.

Check that your choke is working correctly
Your timing may be way off as well

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SOURCE: Yamaha 2001 ttr 250. Bogs above half speed, under load

I have the same problems with my 1999 TTR 250, were you able to find out anything?

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