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Old 28 March 2014, 13:35   #21
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Finished up today too. All decals on.

I couldn't get a 11.5x13 at my local dealer, they didn't have on in the catalogue. What they did have was a 11 1/8 x 13. I'm hoping it won't make too much of a difference.
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Old 28 March 2014, 13:44   #22
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PM me the place you get the decals from and price!!
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Old 28 March 2014, 14:12   #23
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....and do they do Merc?
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Old 28 March 2014, 14:20   #24
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....and do they do Merc?
It's just my local sign writer Ralph.

If you take the old hood in it to your local place it wouldn't take much to copy the artwork.
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Excellent job guys. You've just given a couple of Yammies a new lease of life.

Brings a tear to my eye.
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Excellent job guys. You've just given a couple of Yammies a new lease of life.

Brings a tear to my eye.
Go on..... have yourself a wee cry....
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Feel better now.
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Anyone Agree??

Fired up the 50 today, ran fine for 30 seconds and stopped dead.

Ran it on cylinder 1 only, stopped dead after 30 seconds. Repeated the exercise on pots 2 and 3, exactly the same result.

Engine is fully rebuilt and all systems seemed fine.

I am thinking the CDI is kaput, causing the ignition to cut out after 30 seconds.

I've never seen a fault like this before. It's a weird one.
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Anyone Agree?? Fired up the 50 today, ran fine for 30 seconds and stopped dead. Ran it on cylinder 1 only, stopped dead after 30 seconds. Repeated the exercise on pots 2 and 3, exactly the same result. Engine is fully rebuilt and all systems seemed fine. I am thinking the CDI is kaput, causing the ignition to cut out after 30 seconds. I've never seen a fault like this before. It's a weird one.
Weirdly I am having the same problem with Bingosuck's Yam 50 on his SR4. Starts, runs and cuts out. Just timed it and its exactly 30 seconds as well. Same on each cylinder running individually. I swapped the ECU for another one I have, and its acts the same. Will let you know if I solve it.
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How high tech are they?

I had both a Suz and a Ford Fiesta that did something similar - turns out it was the throttle position sensor on both - on the Suz the sensor had died, the Fiesta was a broken wire. Both put it in "limp mode" after exactly 30 seconds.
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