2005 blaster engine will not rev,and back fires

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  1. Moparmagic69

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    New stator,new coil, stock jetting, new top end, new spark plug, new cdi,tors is removed any ideas
     
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    Flywheel key good? On tight?
     
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    Too much fuel in the crankcase!
     
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    Flywheel Is tight, no fuel in the crankcase
     
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    I bought the stator from rmstator, cost about 100 bucks.reeds are good triple checked. I just took the head and cylinder off to double check piston was installed correctly and verified crankcase was void of fuel
     
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    Bought it with a trashed top end ,top end is new
     
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    speedyslyder 2 STROKES RULE Technician

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    it really sounds like the tors
    or the stator
    everyone on here recommends the oem stators
    but what the heck do i know:)
     
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    Check flywheel thats its correct. Just because it is tight doesnt mean the timing cant be off. Check to be sure the woodruf key isnt sheared.
     
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    Stators that start with an R have a bad rep around here. Oem is best. Is the slide on the carb working correctly
     
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    It was the stator, two aftermarket ones where bad ,oem is good, thxs,lol
     
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    we have a winner:D
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    Which brand were they specifically?
     

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