Question about 1995 Honda XR 250 R
This sounds like there may be some trash still in the main jet. This is common for a bike that has sat for some time.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
I'd start with replacing the spark plug...recommend a NGK plug. Also, if you haven't already done so, I'd also recommend draining all the fuel and refill the tank with Super Unleaded...as well as doing an oil change. These are minor expenses that could possibly resolve your issue. If this doesn't work, at least you know, for CERTAIN, that these repairs, although somewhat inexpensive in nature, are things you can rule out if the problem still exists. If the problem does persist, than it might be a more internal issue...such as the needle and seat in your carburetor. But at least you KNOW you have fresh gasoline, clean oil, and a new spark plug. Also check the air cleaner...ensure it is intact and clean.
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