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Under well-lit conditions look for any signs of punctures (such as nails or shards of glass) which might potentially lead to a loss of pressure or a blowout. Bulging or cracking might also occur on old tires; make sure you roll your bike forward in order to see all surface areas that come in contact with the road.,

2008 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

A bucket for soapy water Soap or liquid detergent; automotive cleaners will work Gloves (to keep your hands clean) Bug and tar remover Degreaser and/or engine cleaner A toothbrush WD40 A brush for wheel cleaning Wheel cleaner At least two microfiber or 100% cotton sponges A variety of soft cotton towels and more abrasive rags A chamois cloth for drying

2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

At the carb, where the cable enters the carb should be a threaded bolt that the cable sits in, if you unscrew this while the bike is running it will increase the idle, or it could go to a arm on the carb and there will be a set screw that sits against the arm that will increase the idle.

2007 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

did you clean the carb too when you drained it? If not, that would be step #1

2007 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

fully synthetic and 5W-30 or 5W-40 like castrol

2008 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

You push down while turning the key to the left. are you unable to turn the key at all or it will turn left and just not open?

Qlink Sapero 250... | Answered 3 days ago

Hi, Anonymous for this scenario you will need your service manual, parts fiche, and owners manual if you can't find the best tool you ever bought for your Qlink, despair not, for a mere zero $ you can download another one.
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2007 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

I just checked their website, and they do not offer owners manuals. More than likely you will have to call them to ask how to obtain one

2007 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

You push down while turning the key to the left. are you unable to turn the key at all or it will turn left and just not open?
Here is a direct link to the manual in PDF

2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

Your GY6- CF250 Engine may cough for a number of reasons:
please, help yourself by carefully describing your problem.
my guess are
1/Undesired/abnormal air intake : caused by a loosen carb or, Most likely = a cracked Rubber Manifold. change it!!($12 only)
2/tight adjust, or worn intake valve/seat.(unlikely; unless its mileage is High.. .)
my 2 cents.

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2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

u may be able to ajustit urself but be careful--lean conditions r usually caused by jets or float level--its basicly not gitten enuf gas

2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

1. clean the carburetor. 2. have all electrical system tested (starter relay, coil, etc)

2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

sounds like the spark plug is either dirty or needs replacing

hope this helps


2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

G'day.Sounds like you have either an out of balance front tyre,loose/worn front wheel/bearings,or out of round tyre.Have the wheel balance checked first.If the bearings are at fault or the tyre out of round, it should be picked up by the person doing the wheel balance.This means you can get to the bottom of your problem all in the one test. Good luck & I hope this is helpfull.
Regards Andrew Porrelli

2008 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

Replace the battery and adjust the not run it like that, you will do severe damage.
make sure the exhaust is not clogged or restricted...check your air filter.

2006 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

You have done a fair amount of harm to the electrical system for sure. However IT CAN BE FIXED. I do not think you have the expertise to fix the problem but if you want to tackle it -
One of the extra problems is - there are many different components that could be fried or it could actually be just one or two. I will follow up with you if you attempt this.

Try looking first for MELTED wires near the frame.
Look for fried ignition wires.

Please they will look melted like cheese. IT is only made harder because the variable are around 100 as to that things were effected. You will need expert electrical testers to start that will cost way more than a professional repair. Just my 2 Cents worth.

I really think you will be better off paying a shop about an hours labor to fix this problem - and if it doesn't recur you will be way ahead of it.

Gary @ Fix Ya

Qlink Pegasus... | Answered 3 days ago

GET A LAWYER IF THEY WON'T FIX IT FOR YOU FOR FREE!! If you ran it with no oil you fried rings and bearings and it won't ''run normally" for long. you will need a new motor or have that one replaced. the idiots

2010 Qlink... | Answered 3 days ago

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