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Old 05-15-2011, 10:06 PM
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Default First rebuild 92 CR125

     

I bought this bike in pretty rugged condition. The only thing I have left is figuring out where a radiator leak is coming from at high rev. I think it is the radiator cap because there is green liquid on top of the right radiator. I don't see how that could be there witout it coming from the radiator cap. I'm going to replace that. Hopefully that will be it. A cap is a lot cheaper than a radiator.
Other than that it was a lot of fun. I spent more money than I should have but this bike runs amazing now. I haven't been riding for about 15 years so I'm just starting to learn wheelies and jumps again. Maybe after I feel comfortable I will go for a 250 or jump into a 4 stroke 450.



Can you see the rust on that pro circuit pipe behind the carb?
Also there was a 60 pilot and 172 main in that carb (way too rich)




Painted plastics (paint peeling everywhere)

Engine was real rough. The transmission was shot but 100 buck later on fleabay we are in business


Starting the Rebuild






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Old 05-16-2011, 05:07 AM
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WOW!!! nice work! Good job on the rebuild.
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Old 05-16-2011, 05:52 AM
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Looks great gaspony! I would love to here some of the details of the rebuild.

Andy
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Old 05-16-2011, 07:17 AM
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Looks Great!


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When I bought the bike it had no fifth gear. I was hoping only one of the gears was damaged but pretty much the whole transmission was shot. The bay saved me though. I got a whole trans for about $100.

The rear wheel had a good amount of play so I went ahead and replaced all the bearings. The swing arm bearings were the toughest but using the old bearings and guides with my vice did the trick.

I tried to salvage the plastics but they had so many layers of paint that they were gone once I got to the bottom layers. Someone had painted them John Deere green and yellow previously. So I got a set of UFO plastics and a Clarke gas tank.

The handle bars where a little bent and the clutch perk was pretty beat up so those got replaced. Renthal.

More to come.
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Default 92 cr125 rebuild

Great jod! I just started a rebuild of the same year motor but I'm puting the motor in a 03 crf450 frame
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