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camokid

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    trailriding, skatebarding, fishing, fixing bikes.
  1. So I went out and ran the bike at a decent pace for a few hours and then ran it like a screaming banshee for a few hours and the jetting was fine, I'm assuming I was burning off some assembly oil during the first half hour of running or so which is why it was bogging like it was ( I drown my pistons in two stroke oil upon install)
  2. Okay so i haven't been active on these forums for a few years because my bike has been in the basement in boxes because i decided to do a full rebuild and Ive had multiple life changes in the meantime. But I finally have everything done and I took the bike from a 125 to a 128 and the jets I have in my carb at the moment dont seem to be delivering even close to the amount of fuel I need. So a few questions for the 2 stroke veterans. How do you go about re-jetting after an oversize piston install? and do you re jet before or after the break in period?
  3. camokid

    1998 rm125 flywheel puller?

    Okay apparently it is 27mm by 1.0 left hand thread Certified white collar white trash
  4. camokid

    1998 rm125 info please

    I've got one and it holds it's own, I had my suspension re-valved by FCR and it's like riding a cloud "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
  5. Does anyone know the specifics on the flywheel puller needed to pull the flywheel on a 1998? My service manual lists the part number however it doesn't list the size as far as millimeters which is what I need to know. When I took a micrometer to the inside diameter I got 26mm but I don't know whether that would be measured from the lands on the threads or the bottom of the grooves which could add another milimeter to the measurement. Any help is appreciated. "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
  6. I hate to be "that guy" because I have had a manual for every bike I have owned, but I don't have a manual for this one at the moment. Can anyone verify the torque spec on the clutch spring bolts on the 98 rm125? I have been told around 36 in pounds "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
  7. even if I take the engine out do you think I will be okay welding it without gutting the case prior to welding "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
  8. Unfortunately it's a center drain. "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
  9. Long story short, used bike, oil bolt was cranked too tight by the previous owner and it cracked the case, there is a very shoddy bj weld job but I want to have it aluminum welded without gutting the case and sending it out. I want to do it in the frame with the motor in tact. Anyone ever had experience doing this? I am worried I will melt an internal component or catch oil on fire "That's a nice bike boy what is that a huffy?"
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    Suzuki RM125 1998

    Love this bike. Just a fun fast little machine, FCR suspension, fmf gold series rev pipe with shorty silencer, acerbis plastics and pro circuit graphics kit
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    Suzuki RM125 (1998)

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    Love this bike. Just a fun fast little machine, FCR suspension, fmf gold series rev pipe with shorty silencer, acerbis plastics and pro circuit graphics kit
  12. I am planning to make my first trip to a real track soon, I'm 19 and I've been riding since I was 14 but nothing all too crazy. I've had a few bikes but most noteworthy an old yz465 but I have an rm125 now and I'm ready to give mx a shot. But I'm worried I'm gonna end up in the dirt with all the horror stories I hear from people about taking a bad jump. Just wondering if anyone had any tips to help ease into riding I don't just want to roll up and kill myself
  13. camokid

    Jump from yz125 to rm250 2t

    What condition was the 250 engine in, have you compression tested it lately? And as far as speed goes I've seen a lot of 125s eat the 250s alive just because of the power to weight ratio of the 125 2stroke
  14. I've all but abandoned the cooling idea just because I realized that the previous owner of the bike bent the right rad in almost 3 passages, still not the whole reason for it running hot but I really shouldn't be using a 125 that's bred for the track as a woods bike
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    Rm125 left gas on

    Turned the bike over and got that gas out of the crank case and she fired like a champ. Thanks a million man
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