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    My sons bike. I cant get it to run right. I hope this forum helps!
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    Get off to the right start, and you have a huge advantage. It’s true in racing, where the holeshot counts for everything, and it’s true in life, where the lessons your kids learn early turn them into the adults they’ll become. That’s why parents work so hard to give their kids every advantage they can. And if you’re talking about teaching your youngster to focus, set goals, and win on the track, they need a machine that works just as hard at it as you do. And when it comes to motocross, that bike is Honda’s CRF150R. The CRF150R is designed to put your Red Rider up front and into the winners circle. It’s not an off-road bike with a low seat height; it’s a serious competition machine tailor-made for young racers. Designed around a single-cylinder Honda Unicam engine, it offers all the performance your riders need to win. Put them on the wrong bike, and they’ll get frustrated. Let them taste the champagne (or maybe the sparkling apple juice), and they’ll learn to apply themselves on the track and later in life. Sounds like a no brainer to us. Plus, since the right-sized bike is critical, to fit a wider variety of riders, we also make the CRF150R available in a second version: the CRF150R Expert, featuring bigger wheels, a higher seat and longer swingarm.
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    Cool little rocket of a bike!
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    amazing power for being a little bike. runs great
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 0 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 149 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop
  7. So I saw a crf150r and bought it. The guys said that the bike sat for a year and he cleaned the carb and put new air filter in it. I rode the bike and it felt like it was brand new. I get home and start it and let it sit for 2 or 3 minutes and it slowly died down and shut off. It has oil coolant and gas(all was fresh) and the kick start locked. I bump started it 2 times and it tried to start and then it wouldn’t after that. I took the bike home and put it in 1st and moved back and forth and I unlocked. Now it has low compression and won’t start at all. What do I do
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  9. So the camshaft bearing snapped and got in the valves and locked the motor what damage you think it did to the bike? Had oil and coolant so idk
  10. Good morning all , I'm hoping someone can help me My problem with my lads bike is cold starting, takes about thirty kicks, it starts then cuts out, what I do is Hot start on Choke on Three blips on throttle It starts straight away but as soon as I rev it , it cuts out, I have to do this about 20 times before it stays ticking over, I've recently brought the bike but then the conrod snapped so I've had it rebuilt, including bottom end, new piston, valves reshimmed! And now I've changed the siezed hot start cable it's like fuel starvation, the hot start was always stuck on, Can you help me should I replace the jets bigger or smaller, and fit a power bowl, Thanks for your help
  11. Hey all. just did a top end and now its making a tapping noise. im hoping the noise is from the valve train. Any help is apprecicated. Thanks http://youtu.be/2KFEF6R0g4E
  12. Hello TT, I recently purchased a 56 tooth rental sprocket for my crf150r and I bought a 120 link rental gold chain and the chain did not fit, I was about 6 links off I believe, where can I get a bigger chain? How many links do I need?
  13. So basically this buy is selling a CRF150R on craigslist for dirt cheap. ($800, great condition, 2008 model) My only past experiance riding a dirtbike is my little PW80 I had. I am only 15 years old. I am looking for a bridge between a 125cc 2 stroke, as I do not have enough experiance yet to ride a bike like that. My only dilemma is that I am 5 foot 8 inches and 140 lbs. Am I too big for this bike? (would ride it for the next 1-2 years) Thanks!
  14. Hey everyone, I am looking for a project bike to make street legal. I really want a supermoto but haven't found one in my price range. I was looking around and every supermoto in my area was outrageously expensive for what you are getting. I found a few solid 150r's and after doing a google search havent really seen this done much. I am worried about a few things, how will this bike cruise at a solid speed, being only 150cc's, how much work / how many weeks of work will be needed for getting the bike totally set up, is this going to end up costing more that it would be worth? How possible is this? I am 6' almost 6'1", how will I fit? Just looking for a fun-short project bike. BTW, I live in Oklahoma currently if that helps with legalities.
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    Honda CRF150R (2008)

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    Very powerful. Amazing sound. My particular bike needed a little bit of work.
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    I love my CRF150r. I love how it runs, and handles. I only have a small wheel right now, because I am pretty short, but I've been riding since i was 9, and I'll be 15 soon, and have experience. The maintenance kind of sucks though; I'm always having to tweak it, adjust everything, and replace little things, and I don't know if the parts are expensive, just because it's 2014 or it's just the bike in general, but buying parts for the bike is a pain in the rear.
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    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 0 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 149 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: SOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 5 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): 70/100-17 Rear Tire(s): 90/100-14 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 49.6 / 1259.8 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): N/A Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 1.1 / 4.2 Seat Height (in / mm): 32.8 / 833.1 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  18. Hey guys I am wanting to upgrade from my TTR 125 to a 150R Expert. Can ya'll tell me the differences and everything in theses bikes please? I weigh 135 pounds and I'm 5'8". Is the 150r expert to tall for me and how durable is it?
  19. Bought the bike this summer and I blew up. Has the top end rebuilt and it blew up 3 days ago with 15 hours on new top end. The bike is timed right has oil has gas Has coolant it will go through the gear and goes to neutral but the kickstart is locked up. The timing chain has tension and is timed right but the camshaft bearing snapped and got all in the valves What you thing is wrong
  20. Hey, so I had a few transmission prices fall out when splitting the case and I don’t know if I put these gears have right and also what I do with those 3 rings Also if anyone has a piston cylinder. let me know
  21. Hey I'm looking for a new dirt bike and needing some help deciding on what the best choice would be for me. First of all and most importantly, I'm a grand total of 5 foot 2 inches with a 28 inseam and only weigh 105lbs which limits my choices quite a bit. I've been riding for about 5 years on a TT-R 125L and been on some difficult stuff so I don't consider myself a beginner and don't want another beginner bike. I only trail ride and wouldn't be on a track but need something the will get me through the rough stuff. I don't need the top-end power of a 2-stoke and would like to stick with a 4-stroke but with more power than the 125. At first I was looking at 250s but their seat height is way too big for me and I don't love the idea of lowering a bike and ruining the stock setup and geometry. Then I started looking at the TT-R 230 and found that I fit well on it but from what I've read its pretty gutless and disappointing for experienced riders. I've read that you can modify the 230 to work better but can be expensive and only does so much for the power and torque. I have mechanical experience and love tinkering with bikes so I would definitely modify whatever I get. So my question is, should I get a 250 (or bigger) four stroke (and what make/model) and lower it or go with the familiar TTR and try to modify it and get more power/torque? And, if I do lower a bigger bike what else can you change to fix the problems caused by lowering it? Im grateful for any help or feedback, thank you!
  22. I got a new piston and it has “in” on one side and I don’t know how the rings go On it and I don’t wanna mess up. Let me know what to do
  23. My friend has a crf150r and he had me look at it because it is having issues the bike starts up runs great but when you click in gear it barely moves almost as if the clutch is stuck or something else inside the motor the clutch cable is not stuck clutch perch on motor moves when the clutch lever is squeezed I'm thinking 🤔 something in the clutch like the plates and or basket is damaged and the clutch is partially stuck making the bike barely move bike will shift into all gears but only moves slightly even when you whaaam on the gas I wanted to get a second opinion before we start tearing it down
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