I usually work it at about 50:1 ratio. That's 50 parts petrol to one part 2 stroke oil. You might find it useful to purchase a small mixing cup (like a Ratio Rite). It'll let you mix easily no matter how much fuel you have.
if you were smart you would run 40:1 and have your bike last longer.
-Most manufacturers recommend 32:1 ratio as this provides the best lubrication and will prolong the life of your piston and cylinder. If you run too lean (ie-50:1, you will go through pistons and cylinders much quicker) The only problem with running too much oil is you can foul plugs, so it will take a little trial and error as each bike is a little different.
I personally run about 38:1 (according to the ratio rite cup) on my Suzuki RM 125. Keep in mind, if you run less oil, you are also making your bike run richer, so you may have to adjust your carburetor jet settings to compensate for it. Your best bet is to call your local Honda dealer and ask them the correct ratio for the bike, better yet, get the repair manual. (and definitely don't run 50:1 unless you like frying your piston)
any gun oil or sewing machine oil will work for lubing moving parts. make sure to wipe off any excess as soon as you can and only apply it to the metal moving parts. the best method of cleaning is with a damp cloth and a mild soap. lubrication is where oils come in. If the bow is used for target shooting any commercial lubricant will work. If the bow is used for hunting, partricularly for whitetail deer, use a graphite or vegetable based oil spray like "pam" as deer find it less offensive than petroleum based products.
125cc 4-stroke is about 50mph
125cc 2-stroke is about 75-80mph
250cc 4-stroke is about 75-80mph
250cc 2-stroke is about 100-120mph
450cc 4-stroke is about 100-120mph
500cc 2-stroke is about 180+mph
(85...150) is essentially a measurement of engine size. So a larger engine would obviously be faster This isn't correct. The CR85 is a two stroke of the CRF150 is a fours stroke. So essentially they are the same in race spec and class. Technically in the right hands they are identical in speed. the two stroke will accelerate a little quicker but the 4 stroke gets it back in the mid range and they cross the line at about the same time. the CRF though is much heavier and in the wrong hands will get eaten up by the CR85 2 stroke.
it kind of welding for welding thin sextodecimos with depth and influence in places where welding company's and pullulation bed with a good quality for other fashion seems to be appropriate. If you are asking "how do you determine the tensile strength of MIG welding?" The aswer is it is stated on the box and spool. The number 70 means 70,000 lbs tensile strength same as the 70 in 7018 electrodes.
To adjust the cam chain on a ct110 there is a little locknut and screw on the left hand side below the gear lever, it looks the same as the clutch adjuster on the opposite side. to adjust have the engine at idle at normal operating temperature then to adjust cam simply loosen the locknut then loosen the center bolt with your screw driver and tighten back up. this allows an automatic spring inside to retention the chain. if the chain still sound noisy to you then it made need to have the actual spring tightened up. it is a very simple task and you cannot break anything in doing so. on the bottom next to the sump plug there is another plug with an 14mm head, undo it and inside there will be a screw, just screw that up , it doesn't matter how far but i usually do it up all the way just to be safe. put the plug back on and loosen the adjuster nut and repeat above.
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Most any "High Quality" oil (Honda, Castrol, Valvoline, Spectro) will work fine as long as it is the right "Viscosity" for the temperature in which you are operating your ATV in. The most versitile viscosity I have found in the climate I ride is SAE 10W40 it will work well from (minus) -10F to +105F. The oils NOT recommended for use are: API SH or higherdisplaying a circular API "Energy Conserving" label on the container. These may affect lubrication and clutch performance. Also NEVER use "Non-Detergent, vegetable or castor based racing oils.Thanks RJ
MIG stands for metal inert gas. It is a non-standard term for gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and flux cored arc welding (FCAW) according to the American Welding Society (AWS). It is simply Metal Inert Gas.
it depends what has been done to it but a normal cr125r would go 60 to70 mph they cant go too fast because a cr450 goes 80mph to 100mph
Stator (alternator) and removal/and installation: 1. Place the bike on the center stand. 2. Remove both side side covers and the seat. 3. Disconnect the battery negative lead. 4. a) 1983-85: disconnect the electrical connector going to the alternator/stator assembly b) 1986 and on: remove the fuel pump stay. Then disconnect the electrical connector going to the alternator/stator assembly. 5. Remove the screw securing the left hand rear crankcase cover and remove the cover. 6. Remove the exhaust system from the rear cylinder. 7. Remove the bolt securing the gear shift pedal and remove the pedal. 8. Remove the bolts securing the left front foot peg and remove the foot peg. Note: in the following step it is not necessary to disconnect the hydraulic from the clutch slave cylinder. If the hydraulic line is disconnected the clutch system must be bled. 9. Remove the bolts securing the clutch slave cylinder and bracket. Remove the bracket and pull the clutch slave cylinder, with the hydraulic line still attached, back and out of the way. 10. Remove the bolt securing the coolant pipe protector and remove the protector. 11. Remove the bolt securing the alternator cover and remove the cover, gasket and the electrical harness from the frame. Note the path of the wire harness as it must be routed the same during installation. 12. Remove the electrical harness from the clips on the frame. 13. Remove the bolt and wire clamp securing the wire to the housing. 14. Remove the bolts securing the alternator/stator to the alternator cover. 15. Carefully pull the rubber grommet and electrical wire harness from the alternator cover. 16. Install by reversing these removal steps, noting the following: 17. Be sure to install the wire clamp. If the clamp is left off the rotor may rub against the wires, wear off the insulation and cause a short in the circuit. I hope this tells you where the alternator is. It may help if you want to remove it.
Metal inert gas (MIG) welding, is a process upon where a continuous and consumable wire electrode and a shielding gas are fed through a welding gun.
If this is not enough information, there are many great articles about it on the web.
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Motorcycles have drain plug at bottom, unplug and drain oil, remove oil filter, put on new filter and oil. Plugged that again and check out leakage by running engine.
Best motorcycle oil is Castrol Go for almost all the motorcycles.
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