20 Most Recent 2017 Suzuki RM-Z 250 Questions & Answers


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Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Dec 02, 2014


Carb is not a pump. Carbs depend on suction and pressure to operate. If you are not getting fuel, the fuel pump may not be delivering the fuel to the carb or the carb may not be allowing the fuel in due to a stuck float valve or a dirty jet. I'm leaning toward a dirty jet or bad fuel.

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Jul 26, 2013


so here is the answer straight from the manual:

Intake: 0.09 - 0.16 mm (0.004 - 0.006 in)

Exhaust: 0.17 - 0.24 mm (0.006 - 0.009 in)

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Dec 12, 2012


this particular year was very unusual because it removed the multiple inputs from magnetos and just went with a single (2 wire) signal coil (green, black) which will ultimatly go into the left side case behind the pull start. the white/blue wire goes directly to the coil. the orange wire goes to the ignition and will have 12 volts when the ignition is powered on, then go to ground with ignition off. the black/white is constant ground. this year was different because the cdi let the regulator do all the converting from ac to dc. it is also one of the haardest years to find a box for used.

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Oct 19, 2012


The bike has a slightly bent shift fork. The repair requires a complete engine teardown. Special tools needed include a torque wrench, impact driver, flywheel puller, and case splitter. This repair is not recommended for the novice mechanic. There are a lot of parts involved and just one mess up can force you to take the engine in a basket and plead with the dealer to reassemble the parts. The dealer will charge you more to repair a basket of parts than if you had just let them do the repair from the start. Below is a generic diagram showing how the shift forks, ( your bike has three ), move slider gears left and right to engage other gears. Please rate my answer. tombones49_122.gif

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Apr 28, 2011


you can do it just need patience and time, if your motorcycle has more than one carburetor be sure not to interchange the parts because there are jets not in the same number. thanks!

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Apr 26, 2011


Compare the old cable to the new cable. The outside casings should be the same length and the Inside cable should also be the same length. The dealer may have supplied you with the wrong cable. If the cable is the correct one then check the positioning of the clutch release cam.
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Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Mar 30, 2011


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its normaley located under the seat on the frame

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Mar 26, 2011


Possible you ran out of fluid before refilling...or maybe didn't get bleeder closed tight when you released brake pedal, and some air got in the lines. I'd just bleed it again.

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Mar 12, 2011


Yes, it sounds like a complete engine gearbox strip!

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Jan 16, 2011


you may expect no lower than 10 hours because you have to remove motor and dissasembled and you may expect to reshim a valve or two that is too tight at the same time.....we rebuilt a kx 250f 2008 last week and rebuilt the crankshaft and change valve guide and reangle valve seat for 12 hours r&r.....

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Dec 31, 2010


The site listed below has exploded view diagrams of all sections of your bike with parts named. This will show location of your idle screw. The diagrams will also show how the kicklever goes together.
Cheers.

http://www.cmsnl.com/suzuki-rm250-1990-l_model14078/partslist/

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Nov 07, 2010


it depends on what you have for a suzuki ? if you have a road cruiser, you have to remove lower
case cover on left side of motor, this will expose linkage adjustment rod. do not try too much
adjustment, work with it little at a time. it has a wet clutch.

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Oct 20, 2010


You have rust in your gas tank causing the needles to stick open. Check the filter on your fuel petcock or add an additional inline filter. Or you have worn needles in the carburetor. Disassemble clean and replace. You possibly have a malfunctioning vacuum fuel petcock that is bleeding fuel past vacuum diaphragm. Rebuild the vacuum petcock with a K&L rebuild kit or replace it with a new petcock that will also have a new fuel filter on it.

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Sep 24, 2010


one bolt, look underneath the engine, could be in the middle or off to the side a bit. There is only one drain bolt, with a head size of about 14mm

Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on May 13, 2010


I am not certain exactly what bike you have so consider the diagram below as generic. Chances are the float needle is sticking open a bit. A bit of trash may be stopping it from closing fully. The overflow hose is where any "excess" gas is dumped. This hose vents to the open air. Be sure to turn off the gas valve (petcock) at the bottom side of the tank when bike is not in use. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
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Suzuki RM-Z 250... | Answered on Dec 01, 2009

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