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    Exclamation Bike stopping frequently, problems starting it then

    Its a new bike so don't know why thats happening, the bike is running smooth and all and suddenly jerks and then stops. I try to kick start it but won't start even after 8-9 kicks while the kick pedal feels a little too weak and then suddenly I feel a "firm" kick pedal and the bike starts.

    I was off to one of my practice drives when had to return due to this problem, not sure whats happening. What to do, what could have went wrong?


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    Which bike is it? tell more? as it like dat from the day one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdevil View Post
    Its a new bike so don't know why thats happening, the bike is running smooth and all and suddenly jerks and then stops. I try to kick start it but won't start even after 8-9 kicks while the kick pedal feels a little too weak and then suddenly I feel a "firm" kick pedal and the bike starts.

    I was off to one of my practice drives when had to return due to this problem, not sure whats happening. What to do, what could have went wrong?
    if its at running it gets too hot
    n you may overspeed 40kmph peed limit

    do proper running

    if bike gets too hot stop beside the road
    let it cool a bit n then again go
    happy motring buddy
    legend will revive soon

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    Its Unique UD-70 and it wasn't like that from day one.

    Also, I am pretty sure its not because of the bike getting hot because it has this issue even when its started the first time after a long rest and i never exceed 35kmph and 50% speed of each gear.

    One point to be noted is that the kick starter feels a little bit "weak" or "soft" at points the bike is not starting, and when it feels a little firm it starts after 2-3 tries or even at the first attempt.

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    may be a blow by isue.. ur rings may be out of spec and not producing enough compression,,
    do a compression test from a mechanic,,
    to verify that the engine is getting oil open the top and botoom tappet covers with 17mm wrench and check if there is oil in the covers .. first do this then do compression test

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    also timing may be out but first try the above two things

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    The problem to my best knowledge is in current coil or unit. The things are not upto mark these days. Even i ve replaced new unit with the old model 125 1987 model, i own deluxe 2006, Its doing great, go and consult some electrician
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/122285329@N03/

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdevil View Post
    Its Unique UD-70 and it wasn't like that from day one.

    Also, I am pretty sure its not because of the bike getting hot because it has this issue even when its started the first time after a long rest and i never exceed 35kmph and 50% speed of each gear.

    One point to be noted is that the kick starter feels a little bit "weak" or "soft" at points the bike is not starting, and when it feels a little firm it starts after 2-3 tries or even at the first attempt.
    its a new bike n its underwarranty then?????
    go n get it claimed ryt now
    unhi se check krai jahan se lia ha

    nakhray to kren *** wo par ap unhi k pas jao
    n get it checked
    legend will revive soon

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    bhai jider sa li ha uder sa aik dam check karavo,, khoud abi kisi our k pass na la k javo,,let them fix it,,

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    my cuzn bought a o meter hero rf 70

    he drove it about 20 km
    took it from show room n came bck home
    bike restrd for 45 mints almost
    then we had problem starting it
    kick slip hu jati t
    it was gvng sound like clutch press kr k kick mar ra ho koi

    but now its f9
    legend will revive soon

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    the cuplrit could be sticky valves. Do you hear a faint click before the kick gets harder? if that is the case, its an indication that your valves are getting stuck leading to the loss of compression. Once released, they are seated back and compression is restored which allows the engine to fire. If your bike is under warranty, have it inspected by the company, if not, take the bike to the nearest Honda / 4 stroke mechanic to have the valves checked. I wont be surprised to recover worn out tension springs or valves hampering the smooth movement within the cylinder head.

    Ignition system has nothing to do with compression loss. Failure of lubrication system will sieze the engine leading first to excessive heating, loss of power and finally a clanking sound before the engine dies.....

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