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Honda crf 125 boggs out when twisting throttle but when choke is put half way, bike has excellent response. whats going on? how do i fix it?

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  • alohiopualan Apr 20, 2009

    hey thanks man..did all that you said, and now it works kinda. I was wondering though, which way should i twist my air fuel screw to help get the best performance out of my bike. Do you think it has anything to do with my previous problem?

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Hi m8,, your carb is blocked ,undo the circlips from the air box,and cylinder , pull carb out,,unscrew or undo the screws to the throttle on the carb,, turn carb upside down, undo the 4 screw at the bottom,u might a rusty lookin colour in the carb ,that needs to be cleaned, undo the brass lookin jet screw ,and blow down it,, then put all back to gether, ,if u still have a prob come back in and il take u threw next step,,

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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    terry weightman Apr 20, 2009

    hi dude, keeping the fuel tap on the on position all the time wont do any damage m8,, even when its bein stood,, best thing to do so the prob dont come back is to get yourself a fuel filter, ,from a bike shop, or halfords ,just a small filter will do yuh,, bout 2 or 3 quid,,cheers m8,, happy dayz

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