I just finished rebuilding a 1986 CR125. I took it for a test ride and it would buck in first gear, then not move. I shifted into second, and it would start off slowly, then take off like normal. I looked at the clutch basket on the rebuild and there are notches in the basket teeth. So I'm guessing that I just need to file off these grooves and I'll be good to go. In gears 2-6, it seems to run really well and has lots of power. One more thing. Even when the engine isn't running, if I put it into gear and pull the clutch, it still locks up the wheel. Neutral works fine. Is this because the plates are hanging up on the basket and not separating? I just put in a brand new clutch cable, and I've got a fair amount of play in the lever. Let me know if I'm barking up the wrong tree. I just want some reassurance before I tear into it and start grinding stuff off. Also, if I'm removing material, wont' that open up the gap in the basket teeth? Thanks in advance.