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The stock plug is an NGK R6918B8. At only $22 each.
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    The RM125 has many choices for main jets. There are six models of the RM125 and a couple of "sub" models as well. The jet needle has just as many choices.



    Models K1 and K2 get a 460 stock jet. Optional jets range from 400 through 600



    Model K3 gets a 460 stock jet on the E3 and a 560 on the E28 Optional jets range from 400 through 600



    Model K4 gets a 390 stock jet on the E3 and a 460 on the E28 Optional jets range from 300 through 500



    Model K5 gets a 370 stock jet on the E3 and a 390 on the E28 Optional jets range from 300 through 500



    Model K6 gets a 370 stock jet. Optional jets range from 300 through 500

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RM 125 1979 MAIN JET SIZE STD DO YOU KNOW SIZE

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Main jet size


Bigger jet is not the problem. More fuel would be put in and you said that it runs well at the top end. So it is not a fuel shortage issue.

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I have a 1980 rm125 and I have a 140 main jet on it is that the right jet or if not please tell me the right stock jetting.


You should really have the workshop manual if you are working on the carb. Not only will this tell you the correct main jet size, you will also get the pilot jet size, mixture screw, and jet needle positions. All of these should be checked if you're taking apart the carb yea?

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112.5 Main Jet

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17.5 Pilot Jet

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(1) 0.020" thick shim washer under the needle

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PMS setting apparently varies from bike to bike... but it should be 2.5 turns

Rear cylinder carburetor:

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110 Main Jet

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17.5 Pilot Jet

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(1) 0.020" thick shim washer under the needle

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PMS setting apparently varies from bike to bike... but it should be 2.5 turns

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Fuel line routing


Instructions

1

Fine tune your motorcycle before rejetting your carburetor. If it's still running too lean, you can replace the pilot jet as a first step
2

Remove the bowl at the base of the carburetor by unscrewing the screws holding it in place. Unscrew the pilot jet inside, but be careful not to strip it. The jet size will be on top.


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Use a screwdriver to remove the main jet from the brass jet needle holder, which is also called the emulsion tube.
4

Put in a pilot jet that is one size larger. Replacing it with a jet two sizes larger will make your mixture too rich.
5

Tune the slow/idle settings before replacing the main jet. Replace the main jet with one size larger. The sizes are in increments of 5.
6

Put the bowl back on, and align the accelerator pump shaft and rubber boot.
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Reinstall the carburetor on the motorcycle and retune it to finish the rejet procedure.

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I had the muffler baffles shortened on my 03 C2 to get a better sound but now it backfires badly.Is there some mod to the carbs i can do????


ok u have better fuel flow with the shortened exhaust you will most likely need to go up a main jet size ur running with too much air in ur mixture running hot and the backfires are when u get to top of ur gear range its starveing it of fuel runing too hot the exhaust is geting super heated and the backfires are as u decelerate right ? thats unburnt fuel hiting ur exhaust and going bang u may even notice flames at exhaust tip the new slightly larger main jet shuld fix this you may have to ajust the main needles up or down to compensate for the jet change asumeing they are adjustable the pilot jet shuld be fine no need to touch anything there

ok so as u running now ur fuel cat emission thing eats petrol and vice versa over fuel a lot the cat will be overwelmed and get eaten by the fuel ur at the other end too much air cat wont be effected but as ur running much hoter then needed your basicly eating your engine from the inside out from the aditional air the new main jet will allow more fuel from the start of midrange to top end u shuld find after this fix the bike will run stronger and faster and cooler from 600 rpm up primerily more at top end

the main jet is the fix as far as i see it but like i say ajusting that to allow more fuel means u also effect midrange to have more fuel more so the more u open the accelorator so you may need to make a minor adjustment positioning ur needles prehaps 1 clip up putting the needle its self a bit closer to the jet thus giving less fuel thats if you have ajustable needles if not u cant ajust midrange but to be honest just that pilot jet shuld put u so close to right u may not even need the midrange ajustment try it 1 size up on all main jets its at the least a big step in the right direction if not a total fix

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Mileage problem


Hi Patrick, you can start by going to smaller main jets untill you notice poor performance then go up one size, and the usual suspects are:
1. Excessive use of enrichner system.
2. Enrichner valve not seated or leaking
3. Dirty air cleaner element.
4. Restricted fuel tank vent system.
5. High speed riding style.
6. Idle speed improperly adjusted.
7. Loose jets.
8. Float level too high.
9. Plugged or restricted bowl vent.
10. Worn or damaged needle or needle jet.
11. Vacuum piston assembly malfunction.
12. Plugged air jets or passages.
13. Excessive accelerator pump output.
Good luck and have nice day.

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Engine revs up while idling


Check the Exhaust Valve actuating rod is firmly in it's bush and the actuating arm is screwed to the valve actuator...the diagram on this link below refers.
http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-rm125-2001-2005-usa_model16177/partslist/87624.html

Have you looked closely for air leaks between carby and engine, airbox obstructions or wrong sized pilot jet? Choke plunger thread not loose allowing extra fuel to surge through? Try turning air mixture screw IN half turn. The site below has the complete bike in exploded diagrams. Hope this all helps, good luck.
Cheers.

http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-rm125-2001-2005-usa_model16177/partslist/

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My rm125 spews oil out of the exhaust


Are you running 32/1?
You should be, and then jet to match that.
If you pilot, or idle jet is too big, you will have a black plug at idle.
If your main jet is too big, you will have a black plug from 3/4 throttle to full. You want the plug color like chocolate brown. (White is too lean)
The needle jet clip cover between the pilot and main jet.

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The sizes are stamped on the Jet it self. For the Honda Shadow it is a 185. Not sure for the steed.

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