I start my bike straight in every time when cold get it to temerature ride for a few minuets and then the bike dies and wont start for around 10 - 15 minuets once stood for that period of time starts and rides mint then dies again
Hello mate ive just had the same problem with my bike and if you have had ur oil level low it causes air bubbles in the oil pump which is causing ur engine to temp seize cz of heat of piston drain ur oil pump then hopefully it should be fine good luck n i hope this works for you
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The way I start any of my bikes in cold weather is turn on the choke and once its turned on and run for 1 minute or so turn it off and warm your bike up. For the first few mins of riding don't go too extreme, since the cold air can cool your bike down quickly.
I have two ttr 125's and my son has another, all 05's but i ran into this with a friends 02 as well. All ttr 125's are cold blooded bikes to say the least. the cold starting procedure that works is to first lean the bike over to the left till it dribbles a little gas on the floor. hit the electric start for a few seconds only, wait 20 to 30 seconds and do it again. holding the starter button down and cranking will do nothing but flood the bike out. short busts only, dont give it any gas ever, this will also do nothing. first it will start for a brief moment then die, hit the button for about 3 to 4 revelutions and wait, the next time it will start again, most likely only for a few seconds again, repeat this and each time it will run a little longer till it keeps running on it own. the best way to get your ttr to start easier is to cut the top of the airbox off, this will give the bike more power (youll see why when you look at the tiny opening) and allow you to spray starting fluid under the back of the seat right into the airbox. it makes starting a cold bike 5 times faster. usually only 2 repeats of the starting procedure.
If I recall correctly this bike has C.D.I. but down on the crank are two pick up coils.If this is the bike I'm thinking of these coils are bad for breaking inside.When you cold start the break is together but when they get warm the break expands apart and you have trouble restarting.Does one of the pistons cut out when you are riding along? If yes this is most likely the problem
only 4 miles????? thats not bad realy,,after all its darn cold air out there!!,you never start it and let it run up for a fuw minuets before you drive away then? a cold engine will have maximum engine were done to it if driven cold! have you checked the thermostat out? if its stuck open the engine will take longer to warm up,,,but 4 miles???? thats nothing my BMW takes forever to warm up,,,the fan has only ever started up once in 3 years of riding it??? i was sat in a jam up for 30 minuets first with the engine ticking over!!! dont worry it will warm up quicker when the wether warms up
The problem may be a pinched fuel or vacuum hose, or a weak/collapsed vacuum hose. The problem may be varnished fuel/carburetors.
It may be an electrical problem: loose connector or defective conductor.
I cannot help you other than this without having the Duc and performing a few tests. The Monsters are fun to ride.