Question about 2004 KTM EXC 125
And i have 106 psi and the servicebook says it should be around 140-190.. thx for quick answers!If your checking the compression right I suggest pulling your top end , checck your rings maybe replace them, also put a micrometer to your cylinder refer to your service manual for the specs. If all that checks out order a high compression top end gasket kit,I use a kit made by Moose Racing, you don't neeed to modify your engine with this kit. Iput one one my 2000 KX250 2stroker, and could notice a better pull in the engine.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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