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misfiring cylinder #5

there is a 99cc sb for sale around here for 4200/no title or 4800 w/title but they say it has a misfiring cylinder #5 what do yall think it could be?

if its more than likely a bad inj. i think me and my dad are gonna buy it

btw it has 241,000 on the motor

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Could be an injector or could be something as cheap and simple as the UVC harness. Also could be a compression issue which could cost as much as $10,000. I believe if it were me I’d check very carefully for signs of dusting and maybe even see if I could get them to let me do a compression test first.

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Could be an injector or could be something as cheap and simple as the UVC harness. Also could be a compression issue which could cost as much as $10,000. I believe if it were me I’d check very carefully for signs of dusting and maybe even see if I could get them to let me do a compression test first.
I agree. Be careful. Valve train issues as well.

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