Question about 2002 Yamaha DT 125 R
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DT 125 overheating
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dt 125
In your case I would suspect that your timing is retarded and the bike would run better/correctly if you set it to factory spec. Or maybe you have a mechanical 'advance' and it's stuck in the retarded position?
Good problem ............ let me know how you get on
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: cogs in a gear box
hi karen, that is right, i do have a DT 125 myself and same thing has to be done.
Usually this is balance the engine so that the moving parts will move to a limited place. this is also to avoid further block damage when the piston is moving up and down.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: RESPOKE YAHAMA 125TTR
My reccomendation honestly as a professional Motorcycle Technician would be to take the bike to a qualified shop to be respoked for your own safety. If you really want to attempt to do the job yourself then you should go and purchase a factory service manual and practice on a couple old wheels first. Good luck and have fun.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Your bike is fairly new, the water pump should be fine. But you can see the water moving in the top of the radiator when the cap is off and the thermostat is open, I don't know how you got the gas in there, unless somebody is pulling a prank on you. The head gasket wouldn't do it, you would find oil in there, or water in the oil, but not gas. Gas could leak down through the pump if it was bad and get into the oil.
Fill up your radiator with premixed coolant, and check the fuel lines, filters, shut offs, etc, check the oil for water, gas, and then check the thermostat if nothing else works, it should be closed in cold water and open up when the water gets hot, put it in a pan on the stove and watch it. A thermometer will match the number on the thermostat. like 125 degrees. Or something like that.Hope this helps.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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