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check for vacuum leaks in the inlet system

New Ray Ray 1/12... | Answered on Nov 16, 2017

did you use AA rechargeable batteries installed the correct way
next to recharge batteries takes up to 1 hour or more

New Ray Toys | Answered on Jun 22, 2017

It sounds serious, cam chain tensioner or conrod bearings, get it looked at fast before it causes more damage.

New Ray NewRay... | Answered on Dec 09, 2013

The mpem has they key codes stored it it, do you have a key that came with the mpem?

New Ray 112... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013

It looks like your compression is too low (worn rings from dusted motor) Push starting spins the motor faster than kick starting and when hot the rings expand just enough to seal off. Before kicking a cold motor try putting in a squirt or two of engine oil in the plug hole to see if there is a difference.

New Ray Ray 1/12... | Answered on Jul 15, 2013

if you have one of the kill cords that is round and it snaps onto a round button that has a silver dot in the center that when the kill lanyard is snapped into place makes a connection to the silver part inside of the kill lanyard itself. most the time its because it is still verifying that it is the right key. they are programed to match you CDI box/ignition module of your ski. this prevents theft. if you clean both the key and the button the key connects to with some rubbing alcohol to insure a good clean connection will most likely solve the problem. when you put the key on the ski you should hear a beep then wait 5 to 10 seconds before hitting the start stop button . that gives the ski time to recognize the key is in fact the correct key to the ski.. hope this helps

New Ray 112... | Answered on Aug 28, 2012

You should purchase a voltage regulator. If the headlights are the original wattage, your issue is most likely a faulty voltage regulator. You can find them on amazon really easily and all you have to do is remove the front plastics/ fairings unscrew the old one, and screw the new one in. Then attack the cable and you should be good to go!. Really really really simple and most likely will solve the issue and maybe even make your engine run a little better.

New Ray Vespa... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012

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