Question about 2007 HM CRM 125R

1 Answer

Oil Okay this maybe a easy answer for some but for me it is frustrating so here it is......... I am having a problem with oil discharge from my pipe

Posted by on

1 Answer

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    President:

    An expert whose answer got voted for 500 times.

  • Master
  • 2,712 Answers

I have an 04 125 with a FMF fatty Factroy expansion chamber and a Titanium 2 FMF silencer (shorty) the carb settings are Pilot a size leaner than stock main IS stock jet needle is a setting toward lean and air screw is two turns out. My gas:oil mix is around 32:1 - 40:1.. My spark plug buget is killing me, and I havemessed with it til I was blue in the face can anyone help me?,don't worry I didn't take it wrong it is a good question, and let me put it this way.. I run it like a two stroke lol I have had more than my share of two strokes so I don't lolly gag it and usually for the trails I ride you really can't get out of 1st most of the timeI spend most my time around 3/4 throttle. When I 1st got the bike I had a friend messing with the idle screw on it cause it wouldn't idle at all and he messed with the mix screw by accident so I think it was screwed out more than two turns but I set it according to FMF recommendations with the pipe and chamber. The guy who had it before me raced it in a AMA class I don't know which so don't ask lol, so who knows what has been done to it other than what I can see,,,

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Where can I find the oil drain plugs on my 1989 Harley FXR? I'm doing a complete oil change. Ive looked at tons of different sites but the plugs don't match the location my bike.


Hi David, for a 1989 FXR the engine oil drains out of the oil tank via a rubber hose located at the rear bottom left corner, the transmission drains from a large threaded plug located on the bottom center of the transmission case, the primary chaincase oil drains from a small threaded pipe plug located on the outside of the primary cover directly below dead center of the clutch inspection cover. Good luck

Apr 19, 2015 | 1993 Harley Davidson FXR Super Glide

1 Answer

Oil light comes on at low rpm but oil level is right up


Do not ride the bike any further, otherwise you could have a big bill.

1. Check the electrics on the oil pressure switch and light 2. Buy a new oil pressure sensor, an easy fix 3. Oil pressure release valve malfunctioning (could have the wrong spring in it or worn piston clearance in valve body), an easy fix . 4. Leaking oil seal (or backwards installed) on the crankshaft (under the timing cover), an easy fix. 5.Worn out oil pump (when oil gets hot it loses it's viscosity,or it's thickness and thus an oil pump with worn clearances will not pump it effectively) also easy to fix. 6. Worn main bearings/worn crank journals (oil escaping from clearance between crankshaft journals and shell bearings on crankshaft big end resulting in loss of pressure). This could be the case on a bike that has high mileage Requires a rebuild. 7.Also, the drillings in the timing cover and oil pump through crankcase to oil pipe junction block must be clean.

Oct 20, 2014 | 2007 Triumph Speedmaster

1 Answer

My 1993 gl1500 has a growling noise in transmission when idling in neutral. Noise goes away when clutch is depressed. I've noticed it for a couple of years, thought maybe it's just normal, but now may be...


Sounds like a (going) bad clutch bearing. The only "maybe easy" answer is if you are not using genuine motorcycle oil. Automobile oil has additives that cause motorcycle clutches to either slip, or constantly "drag". Yours may be constantly "dragging". If you're using the wrong oil, try an oil change with genuine oil from the bike's manufacturer. If that works, then search online for alternative ("cheaper") oils that other owners (of the same bike) say they have no problems with. The correct oil will state right on the label that it has NO ADDITIVES. Any oil that doesn't say that, is the wrong oil.

Aug 25, 2013 | 2000 Honda GL 1500 Aspencade Gold Wing

1 Answer

How to unblock a oil journal in a 2006 suzuki katana 600


The most effective way is with an ultrasonic cleaner. Most engineering companies will have one. There are other ways, but they all depend on the accessibility of the oil way. If it is easy to get at and you can see both ends you could use a pipe cleaner ( That is a Sherlock Holmes type pipe not a fuel type.)

Aug 01, 2012 | Suzuki Motorcycles

1 Answer

Just bought new 09 honday goldwing and noticed I have an oil leak which seems to be coming higher up maybe like around engine anything on this?


It is frustrating to stop an oil leak if you don't find the correct source of the problem. This might be due to poor valve and cover gaskets.The back hole might have some sludges or became restricted due to improper choice of oil and due to lack of oil change.

May 20, 2010 | 1995 Honda GL 1500 SE Gold Wing

1 Answer

I have a friend that has a 1982 honda goldwing aspencade gl 1100 abd my mom wants to get it for my dad for their anniversary. It hasnt been started for about a year and a half and when he starts it it...


The gasket where the pipe bolts on does not hold oil in, if it leaks you would have an exhaust leak. Most likely it has either a valve cover gasket, or a cylinder head gasket leaking. The valve cover gasket is an easy fix, the head gasket is a difficult diy job and an expensive shop job, but if you are handy with your tools you can do it. There is no cam over the head as these are push rod engines, so no timing chain to deal with. Get your self a shop manual and go for it.

Mar 31, 2010 | 1982 Honda GL 1100 Aspencade Gold Wing

1 Answer

No power band


Are you sure you havent just kinked a hose somwhere. Maybe the crankcase breather pipe or even the fuel tank breather pipe.

If the timing was okay before you stripped it I really would double check all the pipes.

Also if you had the engine upside down when you were working on it perhaps some oils got on the plug so preventing you getting a decent spark

Dec 08, 2008 | 2002 KTM EXC 380

3 Answers

Oil


you are running to rich by the sounds of it ..dave

Nov 10, 2008 | 2005 KTM SX 125

1 Answer

Oil


I have an 04 125 with a FMF fatty Factroy expansion chamber and a Titanium 2 FMF silencer (shorty) the carb settings are Pilot a size leaner than stock main IS stock jet needle is a setting toward lean and air screw is two turns out. My gas:oil mix is around 32:1 - 40:1.. My spark plug buget is killing me, and I havemessed with it til I was blue in the face can anyone help me?,don't worry I didn't take it wrong it is a good question, and let me put it this way.. I run it like a two stroke lol I have had more than my share of two strokes so I don't lolly gag it and usually for the trails I ride you really can't get out of 1st most of the timeI spend most my time around 3/4 throttle. When I 1st got the bike I had a friend messing with the idle screw on it cause it wouldn't idle at all and he messed with the mix screw by accident so I think it was screwed out more than two turns but I set it according to FMF recommendations with the pipe and chamber. The guy who had it before me raced it in a AMA class I don't know which so don't ask lol, so who knows what has been done to it other than what I can see,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2003 HM Motard 125

1 Answer

Oil


I have an 04 125 with a FMF fatty Factroy expansion chamber and a Titanium 2 FMF silencer (shorty) the carb settings are Pilot a size leaner than stock main IS stock jet needle is a setting toward lean and air screw is two turns out. My gas:oil mix is around 32:1 - 40:1.. My spark plug buget is killing me, and I havemessed with it til I was blue in the face can anyone help me?,don't worry I didn't take it wrong it is a good question, and let me put it this way.. I run it like a two stroke lol I have had more than my share of two strokes so I don't lolly gag it and usually for the trails I ride you really can't get out of 1st most of the timeI spend most my time around 3/4 throttle. When I 1st got the bike I had a friend messing with the idle screw on it cause it wouldn't idle at all and he messed with the mix screw by accident so I think it was screwed out more than two turns but I set it according to FMF recommendations with the pipe and chamber. The guy who had it before me raced it in a AMA class I don't know which so don't ask lol, so who knows what has been done to it other than what I can see,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2004 HM CRM 125

Not finding what you are looking for?
2007 HM CRM 125R Logo

Related Topics:

176 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top HM Experts

Arnie Burke
Arnie Burke

Level 3 Expert

4471 Answers

yadayada
yadayada

Level 3 Expert

60667 Answers

Angelo Stewart
Angelo Stewart

Level 2 Expert

224 Answers

Are you a HM Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...