Question about KTM Motorcycles
The bike started out bogging when and after it gets warm, the problem happens now when on the pipe. If you remove the pipe from the cylinder it isn't noticed @
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Posted on Dec 21, 2019
BAD CASE SEAL, SORRY BUT U R GONNA HAVE 2 GET OUT DA WALLET AND BUY A REPAIR MANUAL 2 GET PROCEDURE AND SPECS 4 UR BIKES THE GOOD NEWS IS IT HAPPENS ALL DA TIME AND DA REPAIR IS PRETTY STRAIGHT FORWARD. THE COST OF DA MANUAL WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF MANY TIMES OVER WITH SELF MADE REPAIRS
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Posted on Oct 04, 2009
not sure bout that bike specificaly, probly there is a spring on the gearshift shaft , or something to return the lever and shift drum back whenever actuated. no matter what it is, you gotta split the cases to fix it .
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: ktm 450 sx wont start when hot.
Had this very same problem with a KX 85 last week! Turned out funnily enough to be the spark plug. So try this first mate. If that dosn't fix it then you have the age old mechanics question "did I do somthing wrong or is it just a coincidence". Start back at your beginning next & re-check your valves.Most of these late model bikes(12000-16000rpm screamers) have titanium COATED valves. Once the coating wears off they close up valves REALLY QUICKLY!!!!! If the clearances are ok your work was good & at least it will rule out insuficient valve clearance as the cause to your problem.If it still plays up - well then I would use the process of elimination to solve the problem i.e is it electrical,fuel, or mechanical. With valves checked already a compression or leakage test would pritty well rule out the mechanical system.To test electrics on motorcycles without test equiptment & a lotof know how can be difficult & EXTREMELY DANGEROUS( shock hazard 40,000 v+). So I'll try keep it simple. On the web you can purchase ignition spark testers that will connect to any plug lead & cause the ignition system to jump a gap of 6 to 8mm.These are cheap & will test the system as a whole for its performance. Great for a quick check of any ignition system. If the spark seems fine then your left with the fuel system. check for blocked fuel tap,water in tank or carby bowl,blocked fuel filler cap vent,blocked carby vent hoses,accellerator pump function.
I hope this has been somewhat helpfull.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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