Question about 2005 Honda CRF 450 R
Check all the wiring on and around the coil make sure theres a connection between the coil and the sparkplug and last check to see if your coil is working perfect
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should not have oil leaking from the carby. If you have over filled it with oil, then it may be coming from the crankcase breather and then into the airbox, and appearing to come from the carby. If you have not over filled it, then the bike may have blowby problems with compression gasses passing the rings, and in a similar manner forcing oil out the crankcase breather. Not sure about the hole in the side of the cylinder... do you have a picture? Unless its pouring out, or gets worse, I would not be too worried. If you have over filled the oil, maybe time for an oil change to get the level right.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: Valve Timing and Head Tension
line the second mark on the flywheel up in the hole on the left cover that is top dead center, that tensioner i believe you have to prewind to bring it back take the bolt out and use a small screw driver and wind it back in and leave it in there untill you put the cam back in and bolt it down. make sure you use caution when removing the bollt from the tensioner it is spring loaded. the cam sprocket has lines or dots they will need to line those up with the gasket surface make sure there is no press on the valves that will be top dead center comp
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Chances are the air filter is extremely wet. Air can't get through a wet filter, and if no air can flow through the carb, no gas can flow through either. Remove the filter and try again to get the engine started. I assume you drained and cleaned the gas tank already. If still no joy, remove the carb and clean it using spray carb cleaner. Remove the air screw and throttle screw and spray into the screw holes as well as all the little drill holes in the carb body. The object here is to clean out the pilot jet and idle circuit. When re-assembling the carb, put the air and throttle screws back in and turn them inward until they LIGHTLY seat. Now open each of them up one and one half turns. This is the factory setting. Please rate my answer.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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