Question about 2003 kawasaki KX 125
Not getting gas to the carburetor @
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi, Anonymous you need to locate the fuel flow origin first to isolate the problem area otherwise the usual suspects are:
1. Fuel tank empty.
2. Fuel cap or fuel tank not venting properly.
3. Fuel filter clogged with rust or dirt.
4. Fuel valve not in the on or reserve position.
5. Vacuum line to fuel valve cracked, broken, pinched, or missing.
6. Fuel valve/petcock clogged or diaphragm cracked, cut or torn.
7. Fuel line from the fuel valve to the carburetor or fuel pump clogged, cracked, pinched, bent, broken, or missing.
8. Fuel pump not working.
9. Fuel line touching cylinder or head causing fuel to boil and vapor lock, repair by rerouting and wrapping line with convoluted tubing.
10. Carburetor inlet clogged.
11. Carburetor float or needle and seat stuck.
12. Carburetor not venting properly overflow line or bowl fitting clogged, pinched, or bent.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Top speed
no you **** going bigger in the back is more accel, smaller is more top end. a 48-46 would put you somewhere between 80-100 mph depending on the engine but result is **** low end. If your kx is 6 spd you would benefit from going up a tooth or 2 for lowend because it has topend already.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
You will have to probabley adjust the clutch either from the end of the cable at the side cover or from the above at the handle lever.
Good Luck .
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Is the fuel running into the engine with it not running? If it is then you will have to remove the carb and clean out the float bowl. Check your float height and clean out the body. If the engine is running fine, you won't have to adjust any screws. If you want to decrease the amount of fuel running through the body then you would have to lower the main jet needle. Thats the one in the slide. Moving the C clip up will decrease the fuel and moving it down will increase the fuel. The large screw on the outside of the carb only moves the slide up and down for idle setting. The small screw at the back is for air movement through the carb for the high idle. The only other adjustments that can be made is changing out the jets for larger or smaller ones. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
SOURCE: kx 125 wont start
Try to clean out the Carberator. I had the same problem someone told me to clean my carberator which I never did before but i looked it up on youtube and tried it. All went well
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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