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Cr125r 2001 cant start after changing piston and cylinder

I have a cr125r 2001 got through changing piston plus rings, cylinder drain any gas inside crank, clean carbs, new spark plug, has lotta spark, its getting enough through, and also i need info on who would be able to sell 2 cr125r engines out there =-} email me

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  • daniel_roger Jul 21, 2009

    the bombed up engine keeps flooding even though the carb is all clean and the floats are all obstruction-free also moves freely .... my next move is to take the engine out the frame and do some inside work and inspect the crank

  • daniel_roger Jul 21, 2009

    the bombed up engine keeps flooding even though the carb is all clean and the floats are all obstruction-free also moves freely .... my next move is to take the engine out the frame and do some inside work and inspect the crank

  • ROB May 11, 2010

    so whats the problem with the bike???

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Hi mate you need to adjust the float if theres to much fuel going through you need to take the float out and adjust it to the manual specifications but remember slot the pin out and take the float out but watch the little valve which stops the fuel where the little valve is hanging from that is the part you need to adjust

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