nevhunter wrote:IF the motor is tending to nip up, at the first sign of a slight slowing, pull in the clutch with the throttle at idle. It will stop instantly if it's nipping and also be ready to start by the time you pull up as it will have cooled just enough to do that. IF you are really cracking along the rings may get trapped in the grooves and not contact the bore well and your compression will be BAD.
On the electricals, If the maggy is a bit old it will often get a weak spark after an hour or so when the armature gets hot and cut out when idling and won't want to restart for a while. Might also shed "shellac" from the winding and jamb it when it cools. Have you had that yet? Nev
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