Question about 2000 kawasaki KMX 125
If the engine is running correctly and the bike has a good clutch then the causes for the lack of forward motion are potentialy: 1) brakes are not releasing fully, 2) a shear pin has sheared on the clutch shaft or on the crankshaft output gear, 3) the output sproket shear pin is sheared, 4) the chain is badly rusted and lacking oil. I would check number 1, then number 4, then have a mechanic check #2 and #3 unless you want to tackle it yourself.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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