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      HOW TO: 4-STROKE PISTON REPLACEMENT DONE RIGHT!

snvlynch

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  1. FMF has the single with a new side panel included.
  2. This problem will go away after the bike is broken in well. At least mine did anyway.
  3. Put the stock one back on.
  4. I have that same problem with my swivel hose, will try the Teflon tape as you did. I'm not totally happy with these air forks, I'm finding them to be real harsh ..
  5. ethanol fuel is bad on rubber seals if you use it.. it could be harming the injectors and causing leakage..?, try and find ethanol free fuel to run in your bikes, also do a search and see the disadvantages of using it. most pump fuel today contains at least 10% ethanol.
  6. Love mine. The naysayer can STFU, and my duals are the bomb, would be a fool to replace with a single.
  7. http://www.ridejbi.com/drc-shock-pump/
  8. Honda designed the duals for a reason and I'm pretty sure they know what they're doing.
  9. I bought a 03 for 2 grand, it was a leftover purchased in 06 it had one hour run time on it and that was after it had a 136 bigbore kit installed that cost a grand. The 03 CR125's are slow without a bigbore kit and even then they have no bottom end only top. They handle awesome though and the suspension is pretty good. I love mine but I'm sure the bigbore has alot to do with it. If you can get it for $1400 that would be good but definitely check into a bigbore kit.
  10. Honda

    If you look at the Yamaha ATV room it's has nothing but questions about ill running machines.
  11. http://www.powersportz.com/index.html http://www.ampxtreme.com./
  12. Yamaha

    The 250R has a close ratio 6 speed transmission that's one reason why they are very fast especially at the Baja 1000, It even beat the truck and buggies there one year I believe.
  13. If you need to use carb cleaner on your air box than your not cleaning it regularly enough. Also, I think carb cleaner is not real good for rubber and plastic parts, it can dry them out over time.
  14. I believe the starting point is 2.5 turns out than make small adjustiments from there. You shouldn't have too stray far from the standard 2.5 otherwise you'll need to rejet..
  15. I dilute some simple green in a bucket and use a brush, sponge and water hose, than use a power air blower to dry it out. That works just fine for me, I try too stay away from the harsh chemicals as much as possible.