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    2008 crf 250 not starting

    yep, it is, ill check all thanks
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    2008 crf 250 not starting

    thanks guys
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    2008 crf 250 not starting

    I bought a crf and for the first few days its was hard enough to start but i managed it, now it takes hundreds of hard kicks to get it started and then soon after it just cuts out, i do the choke and petrol and all that buts its still not starting, its been seven hours since a full rebuild, it has 'ti pro circuit 4' exhaust on it, and the jets are done to suit the pipes, i had the card cleaned out and put in a new spark plug. what could it be? help please!
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    crf cutting out?

    i only recently bought it, i cleaned the carburator and it was pretty dirty and it started to sound much better and rode much better, there is seven hours on a fresh rebuild, the gas is clean and i took out the tank and cleaned that as well, the person i bought it of said he wasnt getting to ride it much so it probly was sitting, thanks
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    crf cutting out?

    My 08 crf 250 gets it very hard to start and when i get it started i normally bring it for a easy drive to warm it up, it then starts to splutter and then cuts out and it's extremely hard to get started i normally end up pushing it back to the shed, whats wrong with it?
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    Honda Crf 250

    Thanks 08, Its a pro circuit ti 4 system came with the bike, i got a great deal
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    Honda Crf 250

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    Honda Crf 250

    Hi Everyone, I have bought a second hand crf 250, every time i pull in the clutch and put it into first gear in jumps forward and cuts out, then i give it a small amount of revs before i put it into first and let of the clutch then its goes, Is this normal or do I need to tighting the clutch cord or something? Thanks