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2006 crf250r kick start clicking noise?

Just got by bottom end done and got a new crank. First time starting the bike and sit kicked over and started but the kick start makes a clicking noise as if the motor is on and the kick start is all the way down still. Even when the kick start is in its right place it makes the noise. When i kick it over the kick start will only come maybe half way back up. Any ideas on what this problem is?

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your starter jet is plugged...u must have left the bike sit for a while with out draining the gas

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SOURCE: 2007 crf250r wont start cold and starts within 3-4

pull the carb out and clean out the choke circuit,check that the slow speed jet is clear

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SOURCE: Honda CRF250R '05 makes a knocking sound at TDC.

check timing and valve adjustmen.

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SOURCE: I can't kick start my 2004 crf250r, and when I try

New spark plug will get you going.

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SOURCE: clinking noise oil overflow from crank case constant leak

Well what can I say except you have a blocked oil passage that need a good cleaning.
Have you talked to your local dealer for probable cause.Do an top half overhaul if you want but best is to do it overall.

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