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Old 10-29-2006, 08:27 PM
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Default 1993 kx 125 HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     

Starts up one kick.40:1 mix. runs for 15min,shuts off,because of fouled plug. Put in new plug same thing happens . I have no i idea if carb is set right, I have no manual. Where is the power valve ,what is the power valve.I need help Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!
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Old 10-29-2006, 08:51 PM
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Ease up there Bro! first off welcome to ATM. There is a wealth of knowledge here. Try going to the Knowledge base and read up on the jetting threads. They WILL help you. In the meantime I posted a break down of your cyliner and carb to help you with the visuals.

when the bike dies from the fouled plug is the choke on? What alltitude and temperature are you at when the bike is running? The most important thing you can own is a service manual. Get that bad boy on order quickly.
After you get the manual go through you carb. Get it broken down. Clean and inspect everything(jets, overflow tubes...the works). Write down what main jet, pilot jet and needle position you have in the carb. Set your float...if you don't Faded won't talk to you! Trust me...hes the man when it comes to jetting.

Its not the most exciting things to do but have patience and the in end the rewards are well worth the hard work. Good luck...By the way...you need post alot of pictures on the forum...see ya later

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I got a 93 kx and I got it from the guy with milky kind of oil what's that from???and every time I click into first the bike wants to turn off if I am not giveing it gas.....it had a water pump problem but I fixed it....I am new to birt bikes..but would love to have fun with this 1..any info????
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well water pump seal leaked water in trans and oil got milky and thick and is no longer good. I suspect you changed the oil.

If it jumps when put in 1st, then adjust your clutch cable.
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well water pump seal leaked water in trans and oil got milky and thick and is no longer good. I suspect you changed the oil.

If it jumps when put in 1st, then adjust your clutch cable.
Well its looks like the drain plugg for the oil was welded so how do I change the oil....how do I fix the clutch....
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well water pump seal leaked water in trans and oil got milky and thick and is no longer good. I suspect you changed the oil.

If it jumps when put in 1st, then adjust your clutch cable.
More info on adjusting the clutch new to the dirt bikle game ...how do I bring it back to stock....
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The oil could be your problem. Draining it is an even bigger one now. Easiest way to get your oil out now is to loosen the clutch cover and tip the bike to the clutch side. I imagine it could get messy. You can re-use your clutch cover gasket if you do not rip it. Maybe just crack the cover enough at the bottom to get it to drain. Other problem is you probably have to drain your coolant before you do this.

On your clutch lever turn the cable adjuster out some. Out too much and the clutch will not fully engage. Try changing your oil first if it is thick milky and white. Look down the fill hole and crank the kick start by hand to rotate clutch basket and look at oil on it, or look through site glass.
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