Question about Honda CR 125 R Motorcycles
Possibility that even though you have good compression the pressure below the piston is possible leaking past the crank seals ! weak draw on fuel in !
Posted on Feb 17, 2014
Testimonial: "changed the crank gasket same problem. going to try new reeds and new rings"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 250 f 65 kicks to start
Several things can cause the problem. First, spring for a new spark plug. The stock plug is NGK CR8E. Now the plug is eliminated as a problem. Next, pull the slide out of the throat of the carb. Now remove the jet needle. Put the needle clip on the 4th notch, (this is the stock setting). Use only premium gas. Next, follow the starting instructions below.
There is a proper way to start the engine. Four controls are on your bike to assist in starting.
This will likely tame the beast for you. Please rate this answer. Thanks!
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Sounds like you have very little compression. Or a reed may be broken.. Make sure reed cage is tight an not sucking air... Id go with the compression test tho..
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
You may need a carb kit. Sputtering is usually one of two things. 1) bad seals in the carb, install a kit.
2) water in the fuel.
Clean the pitcock water trap, check the air cleaner, drain the carb
The generator stuff sounds pretty weird and off the wall.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
replace plugs also on carb there will be a mixture screw the person probably adjusted this you need to turn this out and see if it improves 1/2 a turn if not screw it in 1 turn if still no difference fiddle with it also replace/clean air filter this may help good luck bud
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
hi first off you must remove all the water as soon as possible as corrosion will occure very quickly on the big end and main bearings thus you will have to strip the engine to replace them so the quicker you remove the water the better, it may be when you removed the head the water that was inside the water jackets has gone inside the engine, however you do have a base gasket under the barrel that may have torn and leaked water into the engine, it would be best if you drain all the water out before you start removing the barrel, remove the piston by removing a circlip and tapping the gugeon pin out carefully remove the small end bearing, dry this and oil it, once all this is done useing compresed air blow out the water, if no air is availabe turn the engine upside down and alow water to run out, use some wd40 and engine oil to get around the bearings and remove the exsess oil when happy all is lubricated, when replacing piston ensure correct fitment arow facing exhaust port, if no arowlocate the piston rings in corect position and fit with the locating pins at the rear, any questions ,paul
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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