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Just got a kmx 125 can u tel me where the oils go and what oils please

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What oil do i use to put in my kawasaki kmx 125?

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2 stroke oil goes in the tank under the seat, engine oil goes in the right hand side of the engine should be a black nob you can unscrew with your hand.

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The best way to control the smoke when you have a bad automatic pump is to do what most other bikers do. Drain the pump and don't try to use it to supply oil to the gas. Instead, add 4 ounces of two stroke oil to each gallon of gas that you put in the tank. This equals the recommended 32/1 mixture needed by the engine. It may take a tank or so to rid the crank chamber of any built up oil but soon the amount of smoke will be no more than anyone else.

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need to move the mixture screw in out think about 2 1/2. turns should start u off

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otherway to de carbon your pipes is just soak it with mixture of de clugger liquids and water.it may take overnight but im sure you dont need a repaint

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.7 liters or 700 cc's

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My KMX 125 Kips doesn't work. I already clean it but it still doesn't work, even when it reaches 7000 rpm.


Hi, Correl you may have CDI or exhaust advancer issues for this scenario you will need your service/owners manual if you can't find the first and best tool you ever bought for your Yamaha, despair not, for a mere zero $0 you can download another one. For more information about your issue and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the links below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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What type of gas does it take? what type of oils?


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What oil do i put in a kawasaki kmx 125?


hi my kmx 125 runs starts fine but when i put it in gear it cuts off help

Nov 08, 2012 | 2002 kawasaki KMX 125

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How to remove the fork oil for kawasaki kmx 125


you cannot remove the oil ,these units are sealed for life and never need changing ,to remove the unit to fit new seals where available you remove the fork then put it in the vice and use a allen key down the middle to seperate the unit ,this is not for the novice as its quite complicated and requires a long 1/4 drive extension with the appropiate allen key socket on the end hence the vice to hold it still .You should not need to change the oil ever in this sort of unit

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The oil seems to be the soft spot on a rather well made bike. Unless you have all the right tools you will never get it all out, which is going to leave deposits on the valve seats and block your spark plugs. I went crazy myself but my mechanic gave me a good deal, now it runs like a dream.

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What is the standard fork oil weight and capacity for a kawasaki kmx 125 2000 model?


Total capacity is 615-623cc (1/2 for each Fork leg.)
OEM Fork Oil is type Kayaba 01
This is a 5 weight fork oil

Oct 19, 2011 | 2000 kawasaki KMX 125

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Do you have any ideas how to adjust supply of 2t oil that cause too much smoke and oil coming out from exhaust pipe?a newly overhaul kmx 125, 2002 model .


You adjust the oil via the oil pump. The throttle cable splits, one section goes to the carb and the other to the pump, you adjust the play/tension of the wire on the pump, while pulling back the throttle to see if it's aligning properly at full throttle and idle. Two strokes tend to be very smokey so unless the smokes an unusual colour it's usually not a problem. I have a Kmx 125 with a 200cc engine, I prefer running slighty rich on oil, better than running slightly lean! :)

Aug 12, 2011 | 2002 kawasaki KMX 125

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If you are talking about the carbon, oil buildup, the easiest way is to put it on the grill or throw it in a fire! You will have to paint it afterwards, tho. I have seen people put it in diesel fuel or kerosene, and light it on fire, but always be super careful with flammable liquids! If it has a baffle or silencer, take it out also

Jun 08, 2009 | 2001 kawasaki KMX 125

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There is a lot of smoke coming outfrom the exhaust pipe- kmx 125


The best way to control the smoke when you have a bad automatic pump is to do what most other bikers do. Drain the pump and don't try to use it to supply oil to the gas. Instead, add 4 ounces of two stroke oil to each gallon of gas that you put in the tank. This equals the recommended 32/1 mixture needed by the engine. It may take a tank or so to rid the crank chamber of any built up oil but soon the amount of smoke will be no more than anyone else.

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