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Rmz250 my 2011 rmz 250 is losing all its coolant as vapour through the rad over flow hose does anyone know why it would be doing this ? the is a constant white smoke or steam coming out the overflow hose when even i pull off the track

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Like I told somebody earlier to day lower the octane rating of the gas you are using....repost if you need anything futher......

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SOURCE: 2006 suzuki rmz 450 seems to be getting gas in the

The float is stuck open giving the carb fuel constantly. The extra fuel runs into the intake, fills the cylinder, gets past the piston rings and then fills the gearbox and overflows onto the floor. Pull the carb and clean it. Some trash, ( such as rust from the tank ), is not letting the float needle to seat. Also, turn off the gas at the tank when you are not riding. If you already are doing this, the petcock must not be shutting off properly and needs to be replaced. Right now, change the oil in the gearbox. Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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Exhaust Power valve setting for stock is: 1/2 turn out from closed. **3/4 of a turn for extra low-end grunt. [all varies depending on jetting selected,..start at stock 1/2 turn out ... and X-periment from there] .

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hi,no easy answer i,m afraid,you will have to split the engine,before you pull it all aprt check the shift drum selector rawl pins,if one of those has come out,it will not shift up into the next gear,hope this helps...cheers

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SOURCE: i have a lot of oil blowing out the over flow tube

sounds like you may have broken rings and it pressurised the sump and blowing the oil up the tube

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