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How do i find out wht kind of dirt bike i have

I need help brought a dirt bike and I don't know the year or make to order parts I need

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  • A Miller Jul 16, 2013

    I think this SHOULD have some sort of manufacturers plate unless it was stolen at some point. I would check with a Kawa dealer to see if it came with any ID plate. Maybe that is just for street bikes!

  • A Miller Jul 16, 2013

    Based on the color Im gonna say it is a Kawasaki and based on the 60 ... probably 60 CC?? Check here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWvK9Wzb2...

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Take it to your local motorcycle shop ... someone there can ID it for you. Check the serial number on the neck ... that should give a clue.

Posted on Jul 15, 2013

  • andreowens27 Jul 15, 2013

    Vin num coming up unknown

  • andreowens27 Jul 17, 2013

    Is it 2 stroke or 4 stroke

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SOURCE: dont know the year or size of my dirt bike

usually on the front fork area where the forks pivot there should be a manufacter sticker with the brand and year and most times the size also. Just a guess but my bikes have them.

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SOURCE: Please tell me about this dirt bike. 1992 or 1993

VIN:JKAKXWR12PA008201
World region:Asia
Manufactured in:Japan
Year:1993
Make:Kawasaki
Model:KX80-R
Body style:Moto Cross
Drive type:RWD
Cylinders:1 Cylinders

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First be sure the cable is seated into the top cap of the carb. Check the clip on the needle. It should be in the center groove. Check the slide to be sure the notch in the side of the slide is lined up with the pin in the inner side wall of the carb throat and that the slide moves freely when the twist grip is operated. Is the throttle cable kinked or pinched abraded or routed improperly? Is the seal on the manifold still good? Is the manifold tight to the head and carb? Please rate my answer. Thanks.

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SOURCE: Need to know what year

The VIN listed has only 16 digits. There should be 17 digits. Recheck the numbers then go to the following website to decode the VIN. Then you will know exactly what bike you have. Please rate my answer. Thanks. http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/suzuki.asp

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