Where is my spark plug on my Yamati Eurosport scooter?

by Kathy
(Morrisville, NC)

I recently got a 2007 Yamati Eurosport RX50 2-stroke scooter and cannot find a manual anywhere because Power Sports Factory went under! One day, it started sputtering. I chalked it up to bad gas and added Sea Foam.

Next day and up to now, it starts but stalls when I give it throttle. Cleaned the carb, checked the filter and hoses and would like to change the plug but I can't get to it without a whole lot of disassembly which I have never done.

This is my first mechanical "challenge" so if anybody has a manual or can guide me, I would surely be grateful. I have already been all over the web, many forums and watched countless YouTube videos and none of them resemble my bike. Please help!

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Jun 10, 2011
Been there, done that..
by: Anonymous

The Haynes Manual is for 4-strokes. Even Haynes said they would not recommend it for me.. Did change the spark plug but still getting a click when I press the starter..

Jun 10, 2011
Still need a manual!
by: Anonymous

Ok, I have torn it apart and done all the basic maintenance. I have searched every forum online and read all kinds of manuals but this is a TWO-STROKE, not a GY6, and the company went bankrupt and Yamaha sued because Yamati is so similar and so it is like these manuals never existed! The Haynes book is not for ALL Chinese bikes, though yes in theory, no in terms of recognizing parts and wiring. Anybody have a Yamati friend??

May 30, 2011
by: bill benson

Haynes makes a manual for all chinese scooters

May 29, 2011
Changing the sparkplug
by: Anonymous

The easiest way I've found to change a spark plug is to either take the under seat storage compartment out, or go under the bike.

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