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Keep the petrol turned off, throttle wide open and then start it, it may be flooding the carb?
I personally would use the std 180 variator and play with roller weights/clutch springs. Use std rollers and drill to lighten them, malossi wear...
Put a good ngk plug cap on it, not the lawn mower type. That coil look's wrong? are you using a vacuum petrol tap or manual?
Turn the pre load up on the forks, blue "taps" on the tops of each leg.
Either return it or cut and lengthen the down pipe. Also get a new silent block fitted !!
There's a section in the Haynes manual on seal replacement, basic tools, slide hammer.
Being such an old scooter with parts discontinued you'd be better off selling it to me !!;)
Water pump seal ! And no you don't need to strip the engine to replace it.
Fit the biggest main jet it will run on without it bogging down on full throttle.
It's a 2 stroke, there is no oil to change, only the gearbox but that will be ok. You could possibly drain the 2t oil tank but that's it.
All calm down, I found it.
Doe's any know what it is please! cheers.