Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 125
I need to know how you know if the reed valve is bad on kx 125 looks to be not broken or chipped or bent open in any way...
The reed valve assembly should hold solvent withot leaking. Remove for test. Disassemble and clean reeds and reed seat. Perfect seal is very important.
Posted on May 17, 2009
I would try new reeds mine looked ok but the bike wouldnt even run and i replaced the reeds now it runs like a top got-ink is right air screw should be at 1 1/4 turns and adjust after u get it running
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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
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