Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 125
My valves do not have timing marks on them what do I do @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kx 125 reed valves
the best way to tell is hold the reed cage from the back up to light look around outside edges of reeds for light. if you see a little light usually means reeds are worn but, i dont think the are your problem sound like you need a carb cleaning as for your air screw start by turning it all the in and back it out about 1/1/4 turns start bike and adjust by listening to sound of motor idling and throttle response. also be sure that your piston and rings are up to specs as this will effect the overall tuning of the bike. hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: cylinder 1991 kx 125
If your going to the trouble of replacing the cylinder - wouldn it make sense to replace it with a quality part ? You really should do new piston & rings while your at it..
If not - you might be doing it again allot sooner than you would like..
Your local bike shop should be able to get one for you..
Hope this helps !!
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Its a little hard to tell without seeing the exhaust color.Black is oil.brown is fuel.If the bad cyl. still has a good plug it may not be oil.Check the smoky exhaust carby.It may be you do not have complete firing on the bad cyl.MAYBE.Does the bike run well once you get the revs up under load?Check for inlet leaks that may change the fuel mixture on the suss. cyl.There is a few more things but start at these things 1st.After a complete rebuild,these problems do start.I hope this helps
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
it could be the gaskets around your carb are bad and leaking air if so its thinning your gas fumes with more air then what is needed inside your combustion chamber witch is causing your engine to stop running like that. best of luck
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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