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JayG Jay Groom
Harlow, UK   GBR
I have rebuilt a T5 engine with new bearing seals clutch etc, replaced the crank and fitted a mallossi intake with 26mm phbh carb.
it has fuel and spark but is not firing up, the whole scoot was in bits when I got it so not sure if it could be something else.
anyone got any ideas

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OlympiaScooterCompany Silver Member Matthew Gatlin
Olympia, WA, USA   USA
Did you replace the Cdi box yet?



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JayG Jay Groom
Harlow, UK   GBR
Yes it's a new one, was thinking stator. What do you think

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OlympiaScooterCompany Silver Member Matthew Gatlin
Olympia, WA, USA   USA
Possibly, can you get it checked on your side of the pond? Also how are the magnets on the flywheel? Can you put a wrench on it?



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JayG Jay Groom
Harlow, UK   GBR
The magnets atre good, gonna see who repairs them in UK. Can't see what else it could be

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OlympiaScooterCompany Silver Member Matthew Gatlin
Olympia, WA, USA   USA
good luck bud



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