You will need to take your valve cover and you flywheel cover off to do this. Once you have those off, you twist the flywheel until the "t" mark on the flywheel is lined up with the arrow on the engine. Then you look at your cam chain sprocket which is under your valve cover, and you make sure that the "o" mark is at 12 o'clock. If it is not, then you have to take your cam chain off and twist your cam until it is at 12 o'clock, then put you chain back on.
i set the timing and cant get my xr80r to start?
An xr80r topped out is exactly 90 MPH
the top speed on a xr80r is about 35mph
nope its four stroke
Around 50-60 Mph
It is .85 of a quart, or 8/10ths of a quart.
if you buy a new spark plug for your 2001 xr80r and it has a gap setting, set the setting all the way to the top of the plug as far as you can get it.
10w40 weight. I use castroll conventional oil in mine.
Any bike can be used to race. The XR80R is a 4-stroke engine so even though it is an 80R, it is not traditionally considered a race bike. The Honda CR series are considered race bikes. They are 2-stroke engines.
Honda designate all motorcycles in the 650cc to 899cc band with the suffix 'R'
it should be on the front of the frame right behind the front number plate
i am only 10 and i hit about 45 on my xr80r
The spark plug gap for a 2000 Honda XR80R is .028", according to a major spark plug manufacturer (NGK).
regular gas xr is a 4stroke engine
I have a 1991 Honda xr80r has new top end and new rings has good spark and good compression i put a new flywheel on it and started right up but when i shut it off it wouldn't start back up.
one quart of 10 w 30 four stroke motorcycle oil.
Check the oil first, if oil is low it will run good but just have a constant clicking sound on idle.
Try putting gas in carb and start or take out plug and put gas in put plug back in and try to start.If it tries to run or starts check fuel lines for blockages .If not check compression.
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My 2004 XR80R, dirtbike, went around 45mph.
The CR80 is a 2 stroke with a 6 speed, watercooled, disc braked, seat height of 32.6 inches and weighs 151 pounds. The XR80 is a 4 stroke with a 5 speed, air cooled, drum braked, seat height of 28.6 inches and weighs 155 pounds.
The CR80 is a 2 stroke bike that weighs 143 pounds while the XR80 is a 4 stroke bike that weighs in at 154 pounds. (Both weights are dry weight)
for starters, you could take out the head and port and polish it. then if you want, you can take the spark arrestor out of the exhaust pipe. less restriction. a cheap upgrade would be a k&n airfilter. you can get those for your bike for i think like 20 bucks max. the reason i know is because i have this bike. im a 14 year old kid who had to do this on my own so i could race it. after you get into it. you can put a bore kit on there. upgraded cam's, etc.
Maybe the carb just needs cleaning. Chances are the gas to air flow mixture needs adjustment. That's a hard one to explain. On one side of the carburetor there's a small screw slightly set back in a cylinder shaped casing (quarter to half inch diameter). If it's not visible and you see what seems to be metal disk covering it you have to carefully drill out that plate without going too deep where you would hit the screw. Turn the screw all the way in clockwise then turn it out counterclockwise 1.5 to 2 turns (360 degrees per turn). P.S. Slow and steady when drilling, be careful.