Question about Honda XR 125 L Motorcycles
Make sure petcock screen isn't pluged, check gas tank overflow/vacume line is clear, check main jet for condition and correct sizing for your area, (remember japan is close to sea level and that is what they are jetted for at the factory), check needle jet is not pluged or damaged, check that the jet needle is perfectly clean and not tilted, if jet needle can be adjusted try adjusting up one notch.use zip ties at all the fuel line connections, the pinch type fuel line clips don't work well with our 1/4 inch or 5/16 inch fuel lines. ( it cost me a lot of time finding that out, lol), check points and timing (for about a $140.00 you could update) I am assuming you are using a new premium plug in the correct heat range for your driving requirements. For more info. on carburetors go to kiehn.com or mikunicarb.com.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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