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Stator smoking getiing hot

I have a 1990 suzuki rm 250 slingshot just had full engine rebuilt. New stator. I went to go to work this morning on my bike started first kick road perfect. Loads of power tick over perfect. I pulled in to petrol station looked down and I see smoke coming from my stator. Should it do that only road for arround 5 mins.

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I would check the stator to see if it's grounding out against the case first. If the stator checks ok then it might be residual just burning off.

Posted on Nov 24, 2013

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SOURCE: 1981 SUZUKI RM 125 ENGINE IS REBUILT BUT WHEN I

Assuming little Johnny did not pour oil in the crank when no one was looking, you must figure that there is a bad seal on the case halves. Did you fail to use a liquid gasket when assembling the case halves? Dirt on a surface? Did you not put in new crank seals?

If able, can you " burn out" Johnny's oil by riding all day? Does more oil get in the crank? If Johnny is not the culprit then the engine will need to be torn down. The need is to find the sealing problem and then fix it.

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SOURCE: 96 rm 250 clutch not working

Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part, the part is not in stock. www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

Look at the clutch diagram on the Babbit's site. Chances are that the "E" ring #14 was not put on the clutch rack #13 that the pinion shaft #16 engages to pull the pressure plate #8 outward, disengaging the clutch. Without the E-ring the rack can fall inside the clutch and is unable to pull the clutch plates apart. This is likely to be where the problem is. By the way, look at the sequence all the parts are to be installed in. Does your clutch assembly match that sequence? Let me know what you find.

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i got a 2000 rm 250 and it used to be a cow to kick over i used to spend at least 20 min kicking to start it until i rebuilt the top end with a new piston and rings now it starts on the fourth or fifth kick if that doesnt help you need a new cpu good luck!!!!

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You jetting is off on your carb. Raise the clip on the needle in the carb, if it still does it.....the it will need smaller jets.....see a motorcycle shop.Your bike is a two stroke and will smoke with oil coming out the exhaust if card is too rich. What raio do you mix your gas/oil at? Disregard the first post....he must think its a four stroke engine.

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