Question about 2004 Honda CR 125 R
Are you sure your fuel mix is correct? I think the mix for that bike is around 1/24-1/26. That is the gallon of gas to the amount of oil added to the gas. Is that bike oil injected maybe? Putting a new plug in tells it's a fuel problem with the "oily" stuff on the old one. Try looking online if you don't have a manual on it. Just look for the gas mixture ratio. But being a two stroke it could get more complicated like the reeds. These are after the carb on the way to the cylinder head. Start with the fuel mix and make sure the gap on the plug terminal is right. You should be able to find that online somewhere too. MAKE SURE YOU WEAR YOUR HELMET AND BOOTS! lol
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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