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Suzuki rmz 250 2005

I have had my valves reshimmed 2 rides ago but now my bike wont strt
nt sure whethere its the valves again or somin else
i managed to bump strt it and it sounded weird
do u now wht the problem mit be
thnx x

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    i got RMZ250 2005 reshimed 3 rides ago and now it wont start either. i bumped started it and then after a few 100 meters it just died?? any advice would help, thanks

  • john_denny21 Dec 23, 2008

    i have the same problem but i think it's my piston and rings

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You need to put new valves in , sounds like its not running right. Put new springs in when you do, otherwise it could contact the piston.

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If its making a rapping noise its the valves ,possibly contacting the piston

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