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Why is my kick starter ceasing? I just changed the oil in my 2004 kxf 250, and went to ride it and it would just die and the kick starter ceased. Please help..

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    can you pop start the bike?

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I have same bike and know some about it. and i race a lot. your bike has a crank or rod whatever you want to call it but it could be cracked, broke, or even could have dirt on it.

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