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Motor bogs out at half to three quarters throttle on 2005 crf100f honda

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Clean air filter.,.get new plug., check for air leak around air intake . What elevation are you running bike may need jetting.,.

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SOURCE: bike bogs for second then revs when throttling

Pull the slide out of the carb then remove the jet needle and move the clip one notch lower on the needle.

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: idle wont work on my 2005 crf100f

chances are there is a bit of ****, stuck in your idle jet, take carb off and clean inner jets carefully. hope this helps

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SOURCE: have a honda crf100f 4cycle got spark wont start,

CLEAN THE CARB AGAIN IF IT RUNS ON STARTING FLUID ITS NOT GETTING FUEL YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE JETS AND MAKE SURE THEY ARE CLEAR

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SOURCE: looking for service manual for 2005 crf100f honda

i got mine on e-bay for $40.00.

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SOURCE: bought a '01 Honda CRF100F trail bike. No manual.

Use 10w40 in the gearbox. DO NOT use a synthetic lubricant or any oil with "Special" additives. They can mess up the clutch. Any national brand motor oil will do.

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Exactly how many turns do I need to adjust the pilot screw of my carb? As of now I observe that my motorcycle were running overfueled and the mixture I think was not good that always tend my motorbike to...


First screw it in and count the turns,count every quarter of a turn and write it down so you can put it back if necessary.

screw it back out to where it was, it will be about 1.5-- 2turns out.
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have you tried adjusting it up at the throttle on the handle bar? move ruber dirt protector and with bike running just loosen the nut and screw in to idle down and re-tighten the nut. this should work....

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Idle wont work on my 2005 crf100f


chances are there is a bit of ****, stuck in your idle jet, take carb off and clean inner jets carefully. hope this helps

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Use 10w40 motor oil in the gear box. It takes .7 liters / .74 quarts. The stock spark plug is an NGK CR7HSA.

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Bike bogs for second then revs when throttling


Pull the slide out of the carb then remove the jet needle and move the clip one notch lower on the needle.

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The main jet need cleaning.(you should clean them all though)

Main Jet: Main jet comes into play at three-quarters open to full throttle conditions. CRITICAL to high-speed engine operation. Not only does it meter the gas into the engine, it can aid in cooling the engine as well.

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