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I have a TGB Akross 50 cc.Engine cuts out when going down hill. Engine sluggish down low. How do I fix this?

Scooter is not Atlantis city but a Akross with a 70 kit , performance exhaust. Lately the engine seems to be bogged down, then last night , when travelling down hill the bike would just lose all power. I hit the brake & ignition & the bike restarted. I'm using km/hr , so it would be sluggish under 40km but once over this point it was fine upto about 65-70km. it was only cutting out under de excelleration / downhill. Any ideas please?

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    Glenn Marsden Feb 26, 2015

    Thanks, I'm no mechanic, so how do i go about this? Would this also cause the engine to cut out?

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These kind of problems sometimes are related to fuel line and it could be glugged fuel line or fuel filter ,check it out or replace it

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Not enough exhaust flow will cause it to be sluggish -- open the exhaust up so it breathes.

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    Glenn Marsden Feb 26, 2015

    Thanks, I'm no mechanic, so how do i go about this & also would this also cause the engine to cut out?

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    Denise Ball Feb 26, 2015

    you are losing fuel pressure to the carb. you need a bigger diameter gas line feeding the carb from the gas tank. this will give you more gas to the carb. sounds like you are running out of fuel when going down hill. so check your carb float and bowl - make sure everything is clean and floats. Back to your exhaust you need to -- in your baffle area is where you need to increase your flow -- you can buy an after market exhaust that will allow more air flow to flow out of your bike and it will run much better

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