My 350 oil problem

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Stephen Colloby
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My 350 oil problem

Post by Stephen Colloby » Fri May 25, 2018 9:52 pm

Hi recently bought a mt350 fixed the starter sprang now having problems with the oil coming back to the tank and not reving up fully any ideas cheers Steve
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Re: My 350 oil problem

Post by deadgrass. » Fri May 25, 2018 10:17 pm

Timing not set correct after sprag fix? (Not reving out )

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Re: My 350 oil problem

Post by Wirralman » Fri May 25, 2018 10:49 pm

If you have an air lock or the oil pump is faulty then oil may not be lubricating you engine properly hence its reluctance to rev
Dave has already mentioned a common problem which may also be a factor

Torn or perished rubber airbox-carb or carb- engine

Dirty carb, clogged jets, torn/weak diaphram ( main snd acceerator pump) Float setting/ punctured float

Clogged tank, fuel tap, anti-tilt valve

Silencer rusted out internally

Poor electrical connections? NB Earthing point behind the horn

Spark plug, HT lead

Valve timing /worn valves

Some things to look at
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Re: My 350 oil problem

Post by Minter » Thu May 31, 2018 9:16 am

Welcome to the forum Stephen,

Did you lay the bike on its right hand side when doing your sprag job?

Is your air box now full of oil?

Also check the points made by Dave and Eric above!

Good luck

Gary
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