Question about 2002 Honda CR 125 R
Wot do you mean by remove the powerband ? You can adjust it to come in sooner or later as required but its designed this way , get familiar in keeping the revs up above powerband and dont be scared ! P...
Posted on Dec 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
that sounds pretty decent, it is 7 years old so there will be less compression now than when new, obviously beacuse of wear. but 125lbs is good.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 cr 125 idling way to fast
i found the problem it was the adjuster at the throttle that had been tightened by one of the kids i loosened it off and it now runs better than it ever did thanks for your help and suggestions and qwick response
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
I don't have any experience with a 2001 model but every CR and other motorcross bike I have had requires you to knock the bearings out of their own side of the wheel. You need to get in behind the bearing from the other side of the wheel and knock it out of its own side. I don't see how it could work any other way. Imagine you were replacing the bearings having got the old ones out. Is one of the bearings smaller enough to fit through the hole in the middle of the other bearing? It would need to be if they both come out of the same side? Otherwise the seat for the larger bearing in the hub would prevent you getting the smaller bearing out of its side? Hope you see where I am coming from, as I said I havn't worked on a 2001 model so its more of a logical argument than 100% advice. Good luck.
Posted on May 08, 2009
1) Purchase a shop manual from a dealer. Inside will be a wire diagram scamatic that will show color codes and ohms resistances. Test all electrical components with ohms meter to varify working properly. If factory conects to electrical componets are there then **** end connect back in place using correct color codes from manual. 2) If factory connects are missing you will be better off buying a new wireing harness for the bike via dealership. The last is going to be your best solution since all you will have to do is plug everything back in where it goes. Most connections will only reach as far as the item it is supposed to be pluged into and will only fit one way or the one particular item. It is always a good idea to buy the shop manual for future issues.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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