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I have a yamaha yz125 94 i have a problem with the timing there is a good spark i have tryed turning the inside stator but isnt getting the spark at the right time i have redone piston, mains because it isnt timing up right it is also blowing the seal behind the flywheel and petrol is coming out i have tred a all the electrics of a 99 model to no avail it also kicks back when kicking over help

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The timing isn't adjustable on these models. The yz125 is very simple, everything bolts into place, and anything that is adjustable has huge alignment marks. Generally when this happens, something in the stator assembly has failed or malfunctioned, so you will have to narrow it down and replace it.

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I have a yz125 94 that does the same thing , when it kicks back it trying to start backwards, and it cause my shift lever to break inside the case

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  • cburch84 Mar 28, 2012

    And timing is adjustible

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