GIXXERKELLY

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  1. check your reeds
  2. Air filter is clean? Reeds are sealing? You installed the piston with the window facing the carb? Have you done a compression check?
  3. Not sure if this article will help. https://www.fixyourdirtbike.com/fix/how-to/2-stroke-carb-tuning/ When I rejetted my bike I found the info on FMF and Pro Circuits website to be way off for me. I never could get the stock needle and jet recommendations from the factory to work for me either. I ended up getting a JD Jetkit and am very happy with it.
  4. Change your pilot jet
  5. It's a pretty standard two stroke. You should be fine.
  6. I have a 2015. I love the bike. No issues so far.
  7. Rebuilding a shock is not hard. This should give you an idea of what is involved.
  8. Have you contacted JD Jetting about your problem? They have been helpful to me. Here is a link to the Air Striker http://www.ebay.com/itm/Air-Striker-PWK-38-Carburetor-For-HONDA-SUZUKI-KAWASAKI-YAMAHA-KTM-Keihin-38mm-/122618379477?epid=2070891183&hash=item1c8c9ffcd5:g:W3cAAOSwSn5ZeZag&vxp=mtr
  9. check the reeds
  10. Several popped up when I did an Ebay search http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.X01+CR125+REAR+CALIPER.TRS0&_nkw=01+CR125+REAR+CALIPER&_sacat=0
  11. I rebuilt all my suspension with Racetech items.
  12. Looks like it's the front brake caliper to another bike since it's twin piston. Have you searched Ebay for the proper caliper?
  13. if your fork springs are to soft then you are bottoming out which will make it seem to stiff
  14. The RMA video is pretty much dead on with what's involved. If you can do forks, you can do the shock. Buy a rebuild kit and a new spring for your weight while you are in there.
  15. Why do you need new cases?