Question about Factory bike Chrono SM 250 Motorcycles
The valves are probably in need of re-seating. It is easy to do but a valve spring compression tool is likely to be needed. Most any lawnmower shop would be willing to re-seat the valves for cheap if you bring them the cylinder head. Motorcycle dealer will likely be more expensive. Check around. A compression check should tell the story for sure. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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