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My Yamaha FZR 250 ran out of oil and coolant and overheated. Now I can't get it started. Is the engine ceased?

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Very likely yes. If it won't turn over at all you will probably need a complete rebuild. If it turns over but won't run I would check the compression before I rebuilt it.

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