Question about 2003 Suzuki RM 125
I have an 2001 model rm 125 its around 45 degrees here im trying to get it to start its got gas and spark it sputter starts sometimes and i got a little rev out of it earlier help?
Three things required for combustion: fuel, compression, and spark (at the right time). If your bike has sat for more than a few months, the carburetor is very likely plugged up with gasoline varnish. Take it completely apart and soak in carburetor cleaner, then blow out with compressed air - making sure the jets are clear (hold each one up to a light and look through it). Refill the tank with fresh gasoline and it should run.
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