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i got my carbs rebuilt on my 1997 cr125..ran it the day i got it fixed ran fine just little coppy up on top end it kinda cut out...?can anyone help on that one?number 2 problem..i broke the water jacket of the head i had get a new one put on but did not put new gasket on...started it back up last night it kinda smoked alot and gas wuz coming out one of the carb tubes...?and i let it warm up tried riding it start to cut out on me...can anyone help thanks
 
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dansdr125 said:
i got my carbs rebuilt on my 1997 cr125..ran it the day i got it fixed ran fine just little coppy up on top end it kinda cut out...?can anyone help on that one?
Yep...the CR125 is supposed to have one carb. :rotfl:

Have you tried a brand new plug? Did the jets get changed in the carb? Fresh gas?

number 2 problem..i broke the water jacket of the head i had get a new one put on but did not put new gasket on...started it back up last night it kinda smoked alot and gas wuz coming out one of the carb tubes...?and i let it warm up tried riding it start to cut out on me...can anyone help thanks
The needle and seat is not shutting off the fuel flow to the carb. That causes an overly rich condition, or flooding. That is also possibly the cause of problem #1. Take the carb off, and set the float level following the instructions in your shop manual.


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Rotorranch said:
Yep...the CR125 is supposed to have one carb. :rotfl:

Have you tried a brand new plug? Did the jets get changed in the carb? Fresh gas?



The needle and seat is not shutting off the fuel flow to the carb. That causes an overly rich condition, or flooding. That is also possibly the cause of problem #1. Take the carb off, and set the float level following the instructions in your shop manual.


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thanks buddy...and my dude messed with the air screw and it stop smokeing and ran better i rode it at the trails today and ran pretty good could run better lil bulging in 1st gear..and i broke my damn cluth handle today...when do u know if u need a new cluth my cable screw is unscrewed as far as it goes and my cluth dont grab till the lever is alomost all the way out and it grabs weird?thanks
 

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I'd say when you take the clutch apart and measure the disks, and they are out of tolerance.
 
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IndyMX said:
I'd say when you take the clutch apart and measure the disks, and they are out of tolerance.
i aint taking the damn thing out....inless i gotta lol...
 
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dansdr125, if you think that is hard you are in for a world of hurt when the crank bearings need to be replaced.
 
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dansdr125, if you think that is har you are in for a world of hurt when the crank bearings need to be replaced.
i dont under stand what ur saying im sorry refase for me please thanks...
 
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also guys i got oil coming out my exhaaust..i repacked my muffler when i first bought the bike..and iv only ridin it 1 time...
 
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2 strokes for life said:
dansdr125, means your running rich.
is there away to stop running rich..?>should i adjust the air screw some more? and is thats why it bulgs on low end..intill about power band
 
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dansdr125 said:
is there away to stop running rich..?>should i adjust the air screw some more? and is thats why it bulgs on low end..intill about power band
It requires re-jetting the carb. Do a search on jetting on this forum.

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dansdr125 said:
i dont under stand what ur saying im sorry refase for me please thanks...

Let me rephrase for you.

If you do not have the knowledge to remove your side cover and inspect your clutch, you will be in a world of hurt when you have to do something that requires splitting the engine cases.

Just tell us what answer you want to hear and we will give you that answer. :| Foxforks already gave you the proper answer. "Buy a manual and learn to jet your bike.."

Or, you can just waste our time until you hear the answer you want to hear. :coocoo:

Buy a dictionary while your at it.
 
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Ol'89r said:
Let me rephrase for you.

If you do not have the knowledge to remove your side cover and inspect your clutch, you will be in a world of hurt when you have to do something that requires splitting the engine cases.

Just tell us what answer you want to hear and we will give you that answer. :| Foxyfrocks already gave you the proper answer. "Buy a manual and learn to jet your bike.."

Or, you can just waste our time until you hear the answer you want to hear. :cuckoo:

Buy a dictionary while your at it.
ok lets be a smart ass...that's why people make forums like this to help people...dumb ass...and thanks for some what of ur help...i already rebuilt the carb so there for i have to jet is still
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dansdr125 said:
ok lets be a smart ass...that's why people make forums like this to help people...dumb ass...and thanks for some what of ur help...i already rebuilt the carb so there for i have to jet is still
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dansdr125.

Please allow me to explain something to you.

You asked a question and the first post by foxforks gave you a proper answer to your question. Several other members also gave you a correct answer. Obviously, it was not the answer you were looking for. You obviously don't have a clue as to how to repair your motorcycle and rather than accept the answers given, you keep asking until you hear what you want to hear. This happens a lot on these forums. Someone asks a question but the answer is not the answer they want to hear. So just tell us what you want to hear and it will save us a considerable amount of time.

Your profile says you are 21 years old but, your post and the way it was written suggests you are about 12. If you want a proper answer then write your post in a proper way using correct spelling and grammar. Otherwise, very few of the knowledgable people here will even bother to read it. Many of us go out of our way to answer these questions if we can understand what the poster is trying to say. Your incoherent dribble is very hard to read and I and others here usually pass over these kinds of posts.

You will notice when you post there is a spellcheck feature at the bottom of the page. Use it! :nod:

Also, if you want to remain here on DRN you will clean up your language.