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    XR100 Cam Chain Tensioner Description

    1)zip-tie the cam chain so it's easier to fish out of the case. 2)If you have the engine in the frame and want to take the cylinder off you will have to take the studs off so, thred a nut on the stud then thred another one on top of that and tighten them together. Then turn the bottom nut counter-clockwise. That will pull the stud out. 3)To take out the tensioner you have to un-hook the spring off the cylinder and loosen the tension adjuster nut#14,6(in the link) then pull the whole thing out from the bottom of the cylinder. A good description of the chain tensioner is here
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    question about 99 xr100

    Thanks, I got it.
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    question about 99 xr100

    aahhh I see it now. It didn't look like it filtered anything unless you drained it but I see how it goes through.
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    Clutch Order

    the same way you took them out. durr :worthy:
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    XR100 Mini Moto Stuntard Build...

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    Seeking 1999 XR100 Online Manual

    I'm not sure you would be able to find one online(i've never seen one). You probably have to buy one.
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    question about 99 xr100

    I was thinking about just taking out the screen because it looks like all the screen does is keep the gunk in the little compartment instead of in my oil pan..? Would that be a smart idea?
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    Odd piston seizure? issue: help please..

    What size bike? Also, do you have any pictures?
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    sled hillclimb

    carnage.
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    It might be time to step up

    Full Exhaust (BBR Black) 26mm Carb Kit (BBR) 120cc Kit (BBR) 46 Tooth Rear Sprocket Chain Guard (BBR) Frame Cradle (BBR) + your service Manual Give me a price for that and i'll tell you yay or nay. -Also, would anyone happen to know how much shipping would cost to CT?
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    It might be time to step up

    are you going to sell your carb and bbk?
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    CRF100 baffle removal

    All i could think of is it makes the engine run more efficently making more horses. The easier you get the air in and out, the the less work the engine has to do to pull it and push it.
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    CRF100 baffle removal

    it lets the engine breathe easier
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    How To Weelie A Crf/xr100

    uh no. that's hard
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    New XR100 Owner with Oil Leak Problem

    This is what you need. You could probably find it cheeper somewhere else but i'm not sure
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    How To Weelie A Crf/xr100

    sit back a little, start roling in 3rd gear(5-10mph), pull clutch, throttle 1/4, let the clutch go rather fast but do it smoothly. that's what I do. I don't really use the brake; i just let off the throttle when i'm getting in trouble..
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    Needing a left lower fork leg, 04 CRF100

    not sure what specific part you need but they're all here
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    Cat p**s

    nope:lol:
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    crf 100 graphics

    The EZ series, Bold series, delux series, t-3 series, and super series fit the 100.
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    revalving?

    search the honda two stroke or the suspension forum.
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    xr 100 Rear Suspension Greasing

    1) Take pictures of your linkage. 2) Secure your bike on a stand so it doesn't fall off and kill you. 3) Start taking the bolts out. 4) When you get the links out, take the cups off the ends and pull out the bushings from the linkage 5) Use a toothpick(or a regular metal pick) to scrape out all the grime and clean it all with a Q-tip. 6) If the bushings are rusted you could try taking the rust off with a wire wheel or a scotch brite die grinder/sander atachment thing or just buy new ones. 7) Use lithium greese or any type of greese and apply it with your hands(gloves optional) to the cups, making sure it gets in all the nooks. 8) Apply some greese to the inside of the links then around the bushings (if you put too much, you'll know) 9) Put the bushings in then the cups on 10) Assemble it all back together using your pictures. if you need to order anything.. I'm sure i'll be corrected on some stuff but that's life right P.S. the squeaking is probibly not your links, it's your shock.
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    crf/xr100 pics

    2004 crf100
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    songs for mx

    Downfall from trustcompany
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    Wheelie pics on my friends crf 100 and my crf 50

    That's some pretty sick stuff dude!
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    NEED help fast! ASAP!

    wow, ok then..
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