Glad to hear you got it figured out.
When I bought my first scooter, I got it home and couldn't get it started. I was so pissed. I called the seller angrily asking what the heck, he sold me a bum bike, etc... He asked if I had the kickstand down... I did. I was so embarrassed. You're not the first, and far from the last, to make that mistake!
Thanks! I did that at the dealership when trying to start it as well. and forgot that it will do that when testing at home on the stand. lol
I must admit. My first time owning a scooter and working on one. So I have made a lot of first time mistakes. lol I tightened one of the bolts on the gasket too much. The result was the bolt splitting in half. So i need to go buy a new one and replace asap. which brings another question. Will I be fine to ride it with the remaining piece of the bolt stuck on the gasket cover hole? or will a leak or issue occur?
I use my pcx to travel to and from work. Work is about 20 miles away from home. My schedule is so busy and with the rain storms happening it has prevented me from working on the scooter as detailed as I would want to.
Also, I need to add a few screws to the bike. Didn't put all the screws back where they belonged for all the paneling. smh. (I sound a mess I know.) I'm very please with the way it runs. Having done the oil change and the valve adjustments has made a difference. Next time I adjust the valves will be easier and faster I'm sure. Now that I am some what familiar with doing so.