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Installing kickstart shaft on 08 klx110. what position does the dog need to be in ? 10 o'clock ? 2 o'clock ? etc.

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SOURCE: my klx110 when kickstarting feels

A 110 bike never feels like it has compression try kinking a KTM 550.
It'll buck you in the air if it has a missfire!!.
Jokeing aside you have a stuck reed valve on this two cycle.
When you kick the bike in gear the clutch makes it feel like it has compression

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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