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Oldthumber

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  1. Oldthumber

    Hot Start Question

    I don't know what the problem is with the kaw's, but they are the only ones that seem to seize. I also had to drill a small hole and tap the hole and then use a homemade puller to get it out, (Bolt, Nut and Washers). When installing the new plunger make sure to use a light grease on it before installing.
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    hotstart problem

    I worked on a new 08 Kaw 250F with the hot start plunger stuck with about 2 hours on it. I have worked on a lot of bikes and this is a first. I mean it is froze solid. Waiting on a new one before I drill the stuck one out.
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    07-06-05 Crankshafts

    Will the 07 or 06 crank fit into a 05? All three have different part numbers. Wrist pin hole oblonged in mine, 157 hours on Crank.
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    05 YZ250 Fork Shim Stack

    Thanks Frezno.
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    05 YZ250 Fork Shim Stack

    Would anyone have the stock shim stack for the 05 YZ250 forks? My grandson played checkers with them before I got to record them.
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    05 YZ250 Fork Shim Stack

    Would anyone have the stock shim stack for the 05 YZ250 forks? My grandson played checkers with them before I got to record them.
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    2006 crf250r 52tooth sprocket prolbems

    I have used a 52 rear on both my 04 and 05 without any problems. I just bought 2 new 52's for both my rear wheels and a new 116 link chain.
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    07 Crf250r .... ?

    I read a small part in the new Motocross Action mag that the CRF450 is to get the EFI for next year.
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    Just bought a WB carbon Pro, jet recomendations?

    I have a WB pipe on my 05 CRF250F and this is what I changed (needle raised clip 1 notch, raised the main up one size for the cold temp's and adjust the fuel scew for the current temp). I have ridden lots of different CRF250's and if you like lots of bottom end. This is the pipe for U.
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    What is the correct piston ratio

    The Honda manually claims 04 - 12.5:1 05 - 12:5:1 06 - 12.9:1 Honda web site claims 04 as 12.5:1 05 as 12.9:1 06 as 12.9:1 Part numbers for 04 & 05 are the same and 06 different. The 06 top ring is thinner for the different part # What is correct?
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    06crf250r

    I have a 05 CRF with a little porting and polishing and a WB pipe. I have ridden the Kawi stock back to back with the Honda. The Honda having a little more bottom grunt with the Kawi with a little more overrun. The feel and actions of the bikes are very similar. The valve problem can be fixed the time bomb can not. Take your pick. Ray Dog
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    Hot Cam and JE 13:5 1 Piston

    I have got a person that wants me to install a Hot cam and a JE 13:5 to 1 piston in his 04 CRF250R. Is there any valve to piston problems to be aware of ? Is there any valve spring problems when installing with the stock springs ? He will spend the big bucks for the horsepower items, but wants to go cheap on the 5 dollar valve springs. Ray Dog
  13. After looking Thur most dirt bike manuals, the manufactures are using a 32 degree cut on their valve seats, not 31 or 30. What is the value of this cut over the others? Raydog
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    Water in gear box....continued

    Most problems with water out the p hole is the shaft has got a groove cut into it by a dry seal. The new seals should come pre greased and a new shaft is a must. Water in the oil has only a couple of way to get there, Vent pipe, Inner water pump seal (clutch side), Cylinder head gasket leaking into engine side, or last but not least a crack.
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    Valuable Info on CRF valves..

    Woodsryder: you stated in previous thread (You can however only use the ss intakes with your stock exhaust) If I put SS valves in my bike, I can't run a aftermarket pipe?
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