Question about 2003 Suzuki RM 125
Not neccesarilly. the rings could just need to be seated properly. If it doesn't have many hours on it after the rebuild, you may just need to run it for a while to seat the rings. Don't push the motor or the rings will break and your screwed at this point. There might be some other seals that are dried out from sitting and these too will need broken in. Run it at variable engine speeds for at least 10-12 hours. This is a 2 stroke isn't it. If so use double oil in the mixture to ensure you are getting proper oil to cylinders. use double oil first 2 tank fulls and then slowly wean it back to regular oil over time, it won't hurt to run the oil a little rich anyway, might save you another rebuild!
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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