So i Just got a bike but im a having an issue with the throttle engaging. when i go to take off the motor seems like its trying to turn over b4 i even take off and its hard as hell to get the peddles to even rotate any ideas
Well this was from Tech Resources for 2 strokes..maybe it will help.
Hold in the clutch. Let out the clutch. Keep pedaling while the engine turns over and you can hear the piston moving up and down in the cylinder. The bike does not produce any power.
Make sure all nuts and bolts are snug per maintenance instructions.
Check the fuel.
Check the fuel valve. Down and in-line is on. Sideways is off. (Always turn the fuel valve off when not in use to avoid accidental spills.)
Check the position of the choke. Down for normal running and warm starting. Up for just a second during cold starts.
Visually inspect that fuel is in the fuel line. All that is needed is a trace amount. Pressing the 'tickle' button several times with the fuel valve open can help with this.
Check to make sure that all of the electrical connections leading from the magneto are connected. Blue leads to blue, black leads to black as the wires enter the CDI box from the magneto. Make sure that a proper connection is being made in the spark plug boot. Inspect and/or replace the spark plug. Correct spark plug gap is 0.038".
Follow the white wire as it leads from the magneto up to the kill switch. On certain models, the kill switch may be at fault grounding out against the handlebar. Disconnect the kill switch at the handlebar and attempt to restart the bike.