Hey guys, was hoping i could get some feed back on pw50 loss of power? i have a 1997 pw50, it was running fine and after letting my girlfriend ride it on some ruff terrain it got to the point where there was no power and it sounded like it was bogging toward the end of the day. i was thinking its an older bike and maybe its time for a new top end and clutch to freshen it up and make it run good again. before i do that though i wanted to ask if there was a need to do a full rebuild at this point. dont want to waist time and money doing work to it if it needs more than just a top end. should i consider a rebuild or will a new piston and clutch be enough?
Clean the carb, check spark plug, check air filter check exhaust and because its an older one you might need new gaskets and piston ring. Also check for compression leeks. Also after awhile the idle and air screw move on the carb but be careful when messing with thoe because they can be a pain to reset correctly. Basically because its an older model like mine they are known to be finicky and require more pms(preventive/periodic maintenance schedule) you can find videos online as well as manuels for it online.
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