Blaster won't start

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    Lilzdonedeal New Member

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    Okay so I was riding my blaster it was running fine put it in the garage and let it sit for a couple weeks then went to go start it it wouldn't start come to find out I had no spark so check the stator had water inside of the case so open it up let it sit for a couple days when to go started still nothing went and brought a Ricky Stator put it in now it's getting spark it started up for a little bit and then bog down and now won't start again don't know what the issue is I cleaned out the carb the Reeds look good it's got good compression 120 PSI can't figure out why it won't start the only thing I haven't done yet is a leak down test oh yeah and the Torso system is completely deleted someone please help me
     
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    flooded crankcase with fuel ?
    pull pipe off cylinder and kick till your leg hurts, fuel off, throttle wide open, should expel enough fuel from the bottom end to get it started ?

    flywheel key still present ? a sheared key will allow the flywheel to rotate out of time, it'll spark but at the wrong time
     
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    Ok so did what u Saide the flywheel key is good took the exhaust off kicked it like you said it starts up now but soon as I turn the gas on it dies out what could it be the carburetor cleaned it it looks good
     
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    Either float level to high, float stuck, or needle/seat dirty/worn.
    Tap on side of float bowl and see if it stops. If not check in carb or general repai for “Almost free carb repair” or something like that. Set float level while apart
     
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    Ok just want to say thank you for all ur guys help I figured it out but the problem was the air filter it runs now with out it but soon as I put it on it dies. I cleaned it and everything it's one those cone like ones with the ridges and it not that old either it weird I think I'm just going to go to the foam one
     
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    How many turns out is your pilot air screw?
     
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    yes return to the foam filter, with the proper foam oil
    did you use foam oil on that gauze filter ? gauze filters require gauze oil like K&N
     
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    Yes i use the rite oil for it. And the air mixture screw is 1 and 1/2 turns out I tried messing with the air mixture screw with the air filter on and made no difference I even tried putting a sock Over the Hole on the air filter lid did the same exact thing as air filter was on and then tried the air filters with no lid still did the same thing you think it could be something with the reeds
     
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