Hey guys, I have a 2003 cr125 I bought a couple weeks ago and I'm having a problem with it. The spark plugs die every about 15 minutes, with hotter plugs it will last about 45 minutes. I herd that if the timing is off it can over heat the plugs and burn out the the resistor. Is there any truth to that? The reason I thinks it's not fouling is because when the plug dies it gives no spark no matter how much you clean it, And it shorts out.
By Old School Al
We seem have a few riders out there that are actually racing Honda XR200 and XR200Rs'. Thought is would be interesting to start a thread for them to tell about their up coming races and the race results! Tell us all about it, type of race, terrain, funny looks, comments, etc, etc...............!
Old School Al
Our motocross racing club has a new 200cc aircooled 4 stroke class and I was thinking of dropping a 4 valve Xr200 in a Cr125 chassis.
Is the 4 valve potentially any faster than the 2 valve?
Why did Honda drop it? I'd like to think that it was too expensive for the intended use. Did seem like a dumb idea from a business point of view.
Is it just a sleeved down Xr250? Is it much heavier than a 2 valve? Did they have issues?
In this low power class hosepower is king, although everyone is complaining about how bad the Xr200's handle on a MX track.