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    Default 600 MXZ won't start..

    I am getting spark so I don't think its my battery. It sounds like it wants to turn over but is having trouble sustaining idle.. what should I do first? I am a noobie.

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    Any luck getting this going? I see this a year old post that was missed.
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    Any one now's the right compression readings on a 2000 mxz 600 with 2,356 miles on it and was so post of had the top end done but wasn't ,


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    Default 600 MXZ won't start..

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    The comp should probably be around the 150 psi mark. Pull the spark plugs, hold the throttle wide open and turn it over until the gauge stops moving.

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    Thanks for the info, found out it was in carbs and choke was adjusted wrong, re sync carbs , now it idling at 1,800 rpm. Then when hit the gas it goes up to 3,000 and down to 2,300. Hit the choke then it comes back down to 1,800. Then it will go back up on its own?


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    Have you pulled the carbs and cleaned them? Having to pull they choke is an indicator of carb issues. Also check the carb boots for any cracks that could be causing an air leak.

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    Yes I have pulled carbs twice , found out on one of the throttle cables and one choke cables had no play in them when you pull up on them , had to use some blaster stuff and spin carb around to get carb off. Got that fixed , and same thing . Running on one cylinder , do for the heck of it . I wanted to see if there where stock reeds in there . Since it has a can on it. And the carbon fiber paddles where so dirty , haven't see them that bad in years , maybe the cause of reed valve round rubber boot full of oil? Cleaned one side . Pto cylinder that was not firing and pulled the old gal and it started to run on all two cylinder

    I don't like thAt DMP Air Intake , looks like trouble waiting to happen, idles at 1,800 then goes up , hit choke , comes down , think that's means running to rich?


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    Typically when you pull the choke out cuts down on the air coming in. I don't like all that oil, excessive. Are you running premix? Sorry for the delay, ice hockey weekend with my kid.

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