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2004 Kawasaki KX 250 how to respoke the rear wheel

Have a rear wheel off of a 04 kx 250 2 stroke there are 36 spokes 9 of them are longer than the others. where do the 9 longer spokes go? @

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SOURCE: 2 stroke compare to 4 stroke

The two most important aspects of four-stroke maintenance are frequent oil/filter changes, and regular valve clearance checks/adjustments. And some four-strokes (RMZ450 for example) have a manual timing chain tensioner that must be regularly checked/adjusted. Everything else is exactly like a two-stroke.

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SOURCE: horsepower

I dont know about the '89 but i have read that the 1990 has about 50hp.

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SOURCE: i have a1987 kawasaki kx 250. it is very hard to kick

Once u have the piston out then there is a tool you can use for extracting the rings or you can simply use strips of tin and slide it behind the rings from were the two ends of the ring meet and slide them round the piston. Be very careful when putting the new rings on because ther are quite brittle

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a kawasaki kx 250 2 stroke an it was

hi murray,

nice bike you have there.

have you checked on the carb ans see if the jet is right and the mixture is normal, this is usually the case if the carb is not tuned right.

better of reset the card, open it clean it, then set to default even if you are using your mixture of gas and 2t. just set to factory default. once it starts give it a few run, 1-2 hours, then set it to how you want your mixture to be.

hope this helps,

regards,

voodoo

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: need step by step instructions on how to fix kick

Is it slipping, "not catching" sometimes and sometimes does?

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