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2001 cr125 no spark

I changed the piston and piston rings out and the bike had good spark but after i had put it back together it had none. in the process of taking off the head my brother got into the magneto i was wondering if this could be the problem

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Yep. double check all the magnets are there and all wires are intact

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I have a kx60 i bored the barrel to use a kx65 piston i put the motor back together and wont start


1. check for spark, check spark plug for fuel too. alot or none.
2.make sure your getting fuel to the carb
3. check your compression since you put the new top end on.
must be 114 psi or better.
3.make sure your reed valves are good.
4. make sure, your exhaust pipe is not clogged.

If you have good spark, fuel flowing, and compression, it will start.

if you took the rotor off make sure the keyway was installed or it wont fire correctly, the rotor will spin on the shaft if there is not a keyway installed.

make sure you have good gasoline, and good oil mix
i run 50:1 fuel oil mix.
You bike will start up if you have, spark, fuel, compression
Best Regards
Big Al

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How to find out compression problem on a 2003 kx 250


Just cause the piston looks fine dosent mean the rings are still good did you do a compression test if you don't have one buy one they are great to have with 2 stroke bikes put the cylinder head back on and cover spark plug hole with finger it should first **** a bit then should blow finger off the hole the compression should be greater than 120 psi of a 125 not sure on the 250 rule of thumb if you have less than 120 your piston or rings is pooched..

Dec 27, 2011 | 2003 kawasaki KX 250

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Hi! I bought a Kawasaki gpx 750r 1989. It was not used since 1997. I wonder, should i change the piston rings?or any other mechanical part?except for fluids an so...thanks :)


No, their would be no reason to change the piston and rings first up, unless you know that they are worn from the previous owner, Get the bike up and running first and go from their, will be a good chance the piston and rings will be fine.

Change the oil first up as their is a good chance condensation has occurred and put water in to the oil. Drain the fuel from both the tank and carburettor, as this would have gone stale. Change battery or jump start if required.

suspect. With the spark plugs out, crank the engine over a few times. (ensure oil level correct) If it winds over all good, put a few drops off oil in the cylinders. This will help build compression. Re-fit spark plugs, Full choke and give it a shot. Away it should go! Aerostart or ether may come in handy.

Goodluck!

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I just got a 1996 kx 125,it looks like the previous owner installed a new piston and rings,the bike dosnt runn,i put new antyfreeze and new mixed gas,i got spark an a new spark plug,i cant get the bike to...


check compression, does the motor spin ez? you should talk with the previous owner and find out what he did. if he did change the piston and ring he should have rebuilt the whole motor. if he did change them why did he!?!
find out and get back to me
Mark Woodring

Jan 22, 2011 | 2003 kawasaki KX 125

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Bike lacks bottom end power and topend doesn't hit band properly and it bellows smoke but its like gear box oil smoke its not running rich it has a new set of piston and rings the carby is fine and at...


Who put the new crankcase seals in your bike? Sounds like your sucking oil out of your crankcase if it is blowing all that smoke.just fixed Cr125 doing same thing.

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I have one kawasaki z 1000 st, and I want to change the ring set of the piston, I recived by ebay this ring set from germany by S M , in the box noted 1,2 x1,2x2,50 and 70,50 : I don't understend because...


Here is the deal; Assuming the rings that were sent to you are the correct thickness for the piston ring grooves but were actually made for a 1st, 2nd or 3rd oversize piston, they may still be able to be used. Put a single ring into the cylinder. There should be an end gap of about .025 in the ring. If not, you can carefully grind the end of the ring by using a bench grinder or a rotary grinder. File off any rough edges. Re-fit in the cylinder and check the end gap. If you do not have a thickness guage, .025 is about the thickness of a paper matchstick. Once all rings have been fitted for cylinder size, mount them on the piston and put the bike back together. Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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I have a dt 50 which i have put a new piston and rings in.Now the bike does not run properly.It starts with the choke on full ,picks up revs ,back fires then dies,Is this a fuel or CDI problem.Help please...


cud be a combo of both-running rich from carb or weak spark--chec plug and cable for wear and resistence or test ign unit--may need jet ajust--breakin procedure is the same as new bike--get a maintenance manual-sayonara

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I need a diagram manuel that shows pictures on how to rebuild a 1993 suzuki dirt bike


take off the 4 bolts on the head after you unplug the spark plug. then take out the c clips that are on the side of the piston where it connects to the crank oh ya if the cylinder wall is scarred then you will need to repair or replace it, but if not then keep following after you take out the clips the piston should come off im assuming you bought a rebuild kit now take the new piston and place the ring(s) on it then put the piston on the rod then slide the shaft inside the piston then put the new c clips on each side then place the cylinder on top of the piston (you will have to clamp the rings together with a special tool but if you dont have it your fingers will work fine then after you get the cylinder on you can put the bolts back in place then the spark plug wire and remember to break in the new top end by driving in first gear for a few hours.

Jul 21, 2009 | Suzuki RM 125 Motorcycles

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Are you adding oil to the gas? (32/1 = 4 ounces per gallon)
Do you still have spark? Install a new stock spark plug.
Clean the carb, but follow these steps >

Remove the carburetor from the engine.
Remove the float bowl and clean the entire carb with a spray carb cleaner from the auto parts store. Wear protective goggles to avoid getting spray in your eyes. Spray into all the little airways and fittings in the carb. Remove the two screws on the outside throat of the carb and spray into the screw holes as well.
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Be sure to put these two screws back in the same hole they came out of. IMPORTANT > do not tighten these two screws down. Only screw these in until they LIGHTLY seat. Now turn each screw one and one half turns outward. Put the rest of the carb back together, clean the air filter and install the carb. Let the float bowl fill then start the engine. Let the bike warm up then set the idle speed. This process should get you back on the road.

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