Question about 2013 Suzuki RM-Z 250
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Like I told somebody earlier to day lower the octane rating of the gas you are using....repost if you need anything futher......
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: valve settings for rmz 250
Exhaust Power valve setting for stock is: 1/2 turn out from closed. **3/4 of a turn for extra low-end grunt. [all varies depending on jetting selected,..start at stock 1/2 turn out ... and X-periment from there] .
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
SOURCE: rmz 250 valve problems
The rmz and kxf 250 2004-05 is a shame for both suzuki and kawasaki, they worked together to create a 4 stroke engine but failed.The first thing to brake is the waterpump. So everybody has to buy a new waterpump, but not the original one because it was a failure, they all broke and some motors got destroyed. The second thing is the valves and you can mostly reshim them once and then you would have to buy new ones that will also fail after a little use.The last thing that i know of is the camsaft, both the camsaft and valves are weak and wont tolerate any heat and you cant really ride the bike like a real offroad bike.
This is my personal experience.When i bought my bike, everything in the motor had been replaced. Probably because the waterpump failed.Nothing was wrong with it and it was great, great in cold starts and the motor ran great. But after 2 rides 10 hours tops it was hard to start, so i went to the suzuki dealers and they checked the time, set the carbonator and reshimmed the valves.The motor ran for 5 minutes and then was just the same as before. Then they told me that i would have to get new valves.But then i went to check around and everyone that i asked something about these bikes said that i should have asked them before i bought the bike so they could have told me that these bikes will never work properly.And here in iceland it's better for me to throw my bike away and buy a new one, a bike that is not older then 2006.
Its costs 250 dollars just to reshim the valves and set the carbonator.New valves cost around 520 dollars and the suzuki dealership takes around 280 dollars for the work of installing the new ones.
Posted on May 07, 2012
SOURCE: rmz 250
You most likely will need to replace side cover. You may be able to use a stick to measure where the oil is in relation to the sight glass when it is filled. Then RTV the sight glass after cleaning to prevent leakage and use your measuring stick to check oil level.
Posted on Jul 01, 2013
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