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I raly need a other engine as mine is badly damage. my cousine ride my bike and there were no oil in the engine

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Mine is HH SS 2002 model, i use to service it regular, but now i notice that while i ride bike only 2-3 km engine get very hot , pls help me to solve the problem

it probably needs service, including oil change and filter changes! if fuel, air, and oil filters are not serviced fuel mixture could be FAR too lean, and oil filter clog will cause catastrophic engine failure and overheat!

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Can a rm 125 go on the sand

Yes - you can run this bike on the sand but a few words of warning: Sand is extremely hard on any bike. I am going to assume you are talking about deep sand - like beach sand. All sand is not the same - some is not bad to ride in (like dunes) but sand like beach sand can be very deep and very, very hard to ride in.

Sand robs so much power from any bike that it is extremely hard on the engine and drive train. For those that race in the sand, their motors are typically rebuilt before each event and are pretty much shot afterwards. Also - your tires, brakes, chain and sprockets need to be in good condition. Sand is very hard on all of these components and has a way of getting into every bearing and seal on the bike.

I would not recommend riding in the sand to anyone that can not maintain their own equipment. If you do ride in the sand without maintaining the bike it can be pretty badly damaged pretty quickly - the sand can get into all of the suspension and wheel bearings, brakes, chain, etc. and slowly destroy them. It also wears components that usually don't get worn - like the frame, swingarm and even the engine cases. Careful maintenance, cleaning and inspection is critical to keeping these bikes running and in good shape.

If you choose do do this, make sure your radiator is clean and full of good coolant, your gearbox is full of good quality oil, your air filter is clean, your chain is snug (oiled too - don't use heavy chain lube) and your tires are in good shape and filled with at least 12 PSI (hard tires for soft ground, soft tires for hard ground).

I hope this helped.

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My oil light comes on and out will i'm riding , what are the possible problems

If your oil pump is bad you you will damage your engine. start with the cheapest option first. First make sure you have oil in the bike. Popping wheelies can cause oil starvation depending on where the oil pick up is in the sump of the motor. Replace your oil pressure sender 9 times out of 10 this will solve an oil light problem.

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At higher rpms all engine oil is pushed into the main oil tank on a yfz 450

check your compression on your engine. if you have bad rings or a blown head gasket the cylinder pressures could be forcing the oil out of the engine and in to the tank. Don't ride the bike until you get the problem figured out though . no oil in the engine can cause major damage to the crank, bearings and camshafts which will add hundreds of dollars to repair cost

Oct 30, 2009 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 450 F

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I was riding and all of a sudden my 2009 Honda shut off

This is not good. Heat builds up without oil in the engine. The bike probably seized up due to the heat. That means new piston and rings and possibly a new cylinder. Crank bearings could also be severly damaged. Gears can weaken and loose temper, ( become softer). You had best go to a dealer or other bike mechanic and let them look at it. The repair will probably be $1000 or more, and an exact cost is only a guess because without tearing the engine down you don't know how bad the damage is. If you are really lucky, only the top end has been damaged.

Oct 26, 2009 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 250 F

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Bike is making unusal noise, No idling, Oil was turned to black, I got oil changed but found it was running with around 100ml of oil only suspecting oil likage as well, Will there would be any problem for...

if there is no external oil leak you must look at possible ring damage allowing the oil to be burnt while riding. i this is the case yes rings require engine reboring.

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Honda XR200R won't start unless push-started and rattles.

Hello kstnflip360,

I'm not 'expert" when it comes to motorcycles, however, I know that a "clink" or "rattle" (especially on a small engine such as a dirt bike); could only mean one thing - a bent, loose, or broken push rod, or connecting rod. Again, I'm not expert, but that's what it sounds like to me. I can't really think of anything else inside a motorcycle engine that would make a sound like that. The best way to find out is to take the engine apart and take a look-see.

Sorry I can't tell you exactly what it is. As far as the smoking, you may have had a little water in the oil - or the fuel mixture was off. If the fuel mixture is too rich, the engine will burn hotter than it should which will cause it to shut down. Chainsaws work the same way.

It is imperative that the fuel mixture is correct, and that you're using fresh fuel.

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Aprilia 125

i planned to buy a motorbike just try the aprillia 125 and i really like it. so i need ur advice about the maintanance and spare parts. as my fren told me the spare parts dammen expensive lorr... 1 set sprockect and chain cost about rm600 is it true??? i dun care about the fuel consumption coz i use to go to work only so it's take about 60km per day only. pls help me... use castrol 2t oil. else, use repsol. you must always high-REV the bike... if not lagi cepat rosak!! many apprilia owner never rev hard enough and their engine got damaged easily. this is because the piston needs to be lube but the valve will only open when you high-REV(to the correct power-band) the bike. 6000rpm and above. You must ride hard on this bike. If you think by riding gentle the bike will last longer, you are wrong. Engine will get over heated very easily cos piston not properly lubed since power-valve never open. it's a nice bike to own,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2001 Aprilia Classic 125

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