Question about 2006 Rieju MRX 125
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: yamaha tw 125
The noise you hear is valve clatter. You should not adjust your timing chain. Instead get a manual and find the vlave clearances for that bike. (Ex. The exaughst valve may be .006" and the intake valve may be .004") Then you'll need a feeler gauge, and to do this you'll remove the valve covers and get the engine to TDC (Top Dead Center) This is where the piston is at the very top of it's stroke and both valves are shut. (compression stroke) You must then loosen the rocker arm nut to the point that you can insert the feeler gauge between the rocker arm and the top of the valve run the nut down tight to the feeler gauge and then pull gauge out and repeat on the other valve.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
yes buddy could be plug run a br8eg plug in there this is the same engine as my brothers motospania am6 engine get back to me if it carries on also dont overtighten the plug read the box carefully
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
SOURCE: ive been told i need
Most carbs have a drain screw at the bottom of the bowl (the bowl-shaped bottom of the carb body). On my older motorcycles, this has always been a brass drain plug that's clearly a different color from the silver-colored carb body and bowl.
Some carbs also have a rubber hose leading down from the carb body or carb bowl. Gasoline may drain out of them when you loosen the drain plug. However, taking out the drain plug should let the gasoline dribble right out of there. Keep an absorbent rag or small can/jar/cup to catch the gas that comes out. Avoid plastic, especially styrofoam, containers, as gasoline will dissolve some plastics, creating a gooey, nasty mess.
If you are having trouble finding your carb, trace the path of air. You can start at the end, with the tailpipe, and work backwards through the engine to the carbs. Or, you can start with the air filter, which is probably directly attached to your carburetor.
Posted on May 09, 2011
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