Husky stock settings and stuff.

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I just picked up a bike. I am no longer bikeless. I got a 99 Husqvarna CR125 from a bank repo sale for $1500. But being a repo I don't know what is set stock and what isn't. I would like to know what is the stock plug, and stock clicker and carb settings. I would like to get it back to stock before I start tinkering. Also I plan to mostly trail and woods ride so would appreciate any recommendations for carb settings and best plug, hotter I would assume.

Oh, I also need to know which clicker is which on the shock and what and where are the adjustments on the fork. (I only see one on top)

Thanks Al
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no one? How about very basic stuff, like where is the compression adjustment on the USD forks? And which of the two stacked clickers on the shock resovior is which. I assume top (blue) is rebound and the bottom is compression, but I don't have a manual so I don't know.
 
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I cannot help you with the specs, however Husqvarna/Cagiva is responsive with E-mails and will point you in the right direction.

Chris
 

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I had a 00' WR250 which probably had the same suspension.
On the forks, the compression clickers are found under a rubber plug at the bottom of each fork legs and the rebound is on top.
On the shock you have two clickers on top; high speed damping is the inner one and low speed is the outer one with the rebound found at the very bottom of the shock.
Hope this helps.
 
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If you're trail or woods riding you might want want to try a cooler 8 plug rather than the 9. It is less likely to foul at lower revs.