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Protective gear what protective gear should I use while riding my bike enduro.

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Use helment and all the pads you can find. Keep warm and while riding the forests were long sleev and neck protection from branches.

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I have a hawk 250cc Chinese dirt bike with 80mph on the speedometer but I only can get it to 50mph what could I do to get it to 80mph

Speedometers always go a lot higher than the maximum speed of the bike. In the case of your Hawk 250 the quoted top speed is 74.5 mph. In my experience of riding trail bikes and competitive enduro, you will only reach it under ideal conditions. That is usually a following wind, downhill, with a light rider, riding one handed with your head on the tank. NOTE - This isn't a very safe way to ride! The main problem with dirt bikes is the riding position which is sitting high up like a flag in the wind which causes extreme wind resistance which will easily know 20 mph off your top speed.

your bike also needs to be correctly set up, and I doubt that Chinese engineering workmanship is that good. at 80 mph things can go bad very quickly.

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2010 YZ250 2 stroke Overheating - the bike is used for extreme enduro riding. I have recently found that it is overheating very easily. Any idea what can be causing this?

Sounds like an overly lean condition accompanied by a high compression situation. Perhaps the bloke that owned the bike before you had the head cut to increase compression. In this case, you could either replace the head or run high octane fuel.

Also - look at the water pump condition - seals and the drive gear. The seals might be leaking if your oil is discolored and the gear that drives the impeller has been known to shed teeth over long periods of time. It is also quite possible that the bearing is shot.

Also check to make sure the head pipe does not have any leaks near the cylinder.

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I have a nid 70s enduro 100 it runs great but whaen i put it in gear it jumps a bit then dies it starts in gear as long as the clutch is not engaged im a bit lost ps i do know how to ride so its...

It sounds like your clutches are stuck.If the bike has been sitting for awhile the clutch plates will stick together. Sometimes they will unstick.1st I would change the oil. Then i would place the front tire up against a solid wall start the bike pull in clutch put in gear ,repeat a few times.If this does not unstick the clutch you might have to replace your fiber clutch plates.Hope these helps

Sep 27, 2010 | 2002 Yamaha TT-R 125

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When 1973 enduro is in higher gear the bike revs

Yes, it does sound like a clutch, but make sure you have a little free play in the clutch lever. Age will make the clutch plates deteriorate.
You need to remove the right side engine cover to get at it. Take your time and note where all of the pieces are. Pre-soak the new clutch plates (The ones with fiber on them) in oil before you install them.

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Oil is a grey colour in the engine of my yz 125 2001

Your bike is water cooled. Some of that water is leaking into the gear box. The cylinder gasket is the likely leak. I would let the shop take a look at it instead of trying to fix it yourself.

But be sure there is not an external source for the water. Do you wash the bike often? Ride the creek bed often? Leave the bike where the lawn sprinkler gets the bike wet? Leave it out in the rain? Change the oil and keep the bike dry. If the problem comes back then go see the dealer.

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Noisy gear

Yep normal. All my KTM's do that. I don't even hear it anymore because it's mentally filtered out. ;),

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Protective gear

use helment and all the pads you can find. Keep warm and while riding the forests were long sleev and neck protection from branches.

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Starter spining

I would try to start it again and all I get is a spinning and whining sound from the starter. It is as if the starter is not engaging somehow. A while after it cools down the bike will start agian. Does anyone have any possible answers. Thanks in advance!A lot of the starters are designed so the bendix shaft shears if it sticks to the fly wheel or over torques. If you remove the starter, connect a pair of vice-grips to the bendix gear. Jump the starter with a pair of cables, to get it to activate. The bendix will probably kick out, but not rotate. You should hear the armeture spin. Otherwise, the bendix will kick out, and you'll hear the armeture hum. If that's the case, check to make sure the fly wheel has been ground down, on the side facing the starter. However, you would probably hear grinding not spinning, if that were the problem.,,,

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I have a PR4 125 Enduro and the top speed is 82.6

The guy I bought it from took great care of this bike for five years but only rode it 577 miles in that time period. If I let it sit for longer than an hour I have to use the choke to get it kickstarted. I let it idle around 1800 - 2200 rpms is that too high?The carb on a bike that old surely needs cleaned. There are two small jets in it one with a very small hole, just buy a new one. Thats idling way too fast, about 1,000 rpm is right.,,,

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