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1993 rm 250 stator gap settings

I need to know the gap settings for the stator of a 1993 rm 250

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SOURCE: I need to know how to set the sag on my 2003 Rm

Put it on a stand take a tape measure. find the length from the middle of the axle bolt to the bottom of the fender. Ok next put the bike on the ground and sit on it this may take more people put all of your weight on the bike have some one measure it the same way as when it was on the stand. now find the difference of it. the correct sag should be about 100mm. if it is not the loosen the ring at the top grab the spring and spin it right or left depending on your measurements.

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SOURCE: I need to know what the gap needs to be set at on

Set the spark plug gap at .030.

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SOURCE: what ia the gap for a RM 250 2003

Plug gap is .035"

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SOURCE: I have a 93 suzuki

The timing is preset from new and is not usually needed to be changed, even if it was out there would still be spark, just not at the right time. It could be the coil or wiring.
The stator make the electrical power not the spark, a small pick up coil triggers the main coil to spark

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My rm 250 has no spark i have change the stator,cdi box and coil but still no spark

check your plug is the correct spec it should be an NGK BR8EG or compatible.

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My Rm 250 wont spark need to know the volts from stator to cdi plug. Got brand new cdi, stator , rotor and pick up coil but it still wont spark.

The Voltage From The Stator To The CDI Should Be Around 40 Volts(AC) At Cranking Speed. Be Sure Your Meter Is Set For (AC) Not (DC). The CDI Changes The (AC) Input Voltage To (DC) Output Voltage To The Primary Terminal At The Coil. An Electrical Shock Hazard Exist If Stator Voltage Is Checked With Engine Running. Always Perform This Test At Cranking Speed (R.P.M.) For SAFETY. 120 Volts (AC) Can Be Present With Engine Running.

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I have a 93 suzuki rm 250 two stroke. I put a new stator on it and I am not getting a spark.Is there a way to set the timing?

The timing is preset from new and is not usually needed to be changed, even if it was out there would still be spark, just not at the right time. It could be the coil or wiring.
The stator make the electrical power not the spark, a small pick up coil triggers the main coil to spark

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Where are timing marks on 1985 suzuki rm 250

This is taken verbatim from the Clymer's manual for 81 - 88 rm 125 - 250's. "The ignitiion timing is preset and does not need periodic adjustment. The timing should only need to be checked if the stator assembly has been removed for engine repair or ignition repair." If you did install a new stator, the manual has a picture which shows the rib of the case aligned approximately in the middle of the stator timing mark.If you're still unsure, I would invest in a manual as "If the stator timing mark and the rib are not aligned, ignition timing will be incorrect. Incorrect timing can easily cause serious engine damange as well as lack of performance."

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Hey joe could you give me a step by step modification on my suzuki 1993 250 rm frame so that 2001 125 rm engine will fit and I know what to do please thanks

Modifying the frame If really needed Should be avoided as any bending or altering of design and re-welding could cause issue with frames stability, i am sure you can pickup an RM Frame pretty cheap.

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How do i check the stator on an RM250?

You can take an ohm (resistance) reading across the leads to test the stator, you will need a manual or look up on the internet to determine which leads (colors) to test between and what the readings should be. Usually there are a couple of "sets" of leads that come from the stator. One set is used for the bike charging / ignition system and the other set is for the lighting system.

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I'm trying to find out how to set the timing on a 1999 rm250

Stators usually do not move unless someone does it or a engine overhaul. Go to a Suzuki forum (dirt bike) and someone will have the answer. Each bike is different so it might be worth it to get a shop manual. Dirt bike manuals are all not that pricey

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