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My honda crm125r 1999

I have replaced the head gasket, throttle cable and clutch. but the bike will only start with a bump but not on the kick, dont know why.

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  • BrianWren Jul 06, 2010

    Can you explain in more detail what you try that does not work, and what you try that does? Can you explain what does happen when it doesn't start? (Clicks/noises, etc.)

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