Your top gear or last gear you shift to. Depending on what make and model of your bike, either 4th or 5th on motocross bikes and for woods bikes it would be 5th or 6th.
If its a two stroke then it just needs some 2 cycle engine oil
On the right side of the steering head tube.
Take a small cup and pour just a bit into the cup. If the gas has been premixed with oil it will be a color depending on what type of oil you use. On my 2 stroke gas can, I always dump the oil in the can first, then take a piece of duct tape and write how many gallons of gas is needed for the amount of oil I have in the can and buy my gas on the way to go ride. If I change my mind on riding that weekend, I don't have premix gas going bad in the garage and I have a reminder of how much gas to add at a later time.
Does it have a safety "kick stand" switch?
It a wire grounding when you sit on it?
Loose coil wire?
Does it cut out no matter what position the throttle is in? In other words, will it stay alive if you pull in the clutch, keep the revs of the bike up, then click it into gear?
If so, this might be a clutch issue, such as a grooved clutch basket not allowing the plates to separate enough. An easy fix, if you know your way around an engine. If not, I suggest taking it to the dealer. Otherwise, try the easy fixes first, play around with the barrel adjusters on your clutch lever and see if it goes away. If it's cold outside when this happens, try running a slightly thinner transmission oil to keep the clutch pack from sticking together.
I don't know, it was in the lineup from KTM for 08 and is in the 09 lineup also.
For 2008, KTM won the 85cc shootout, however there are more things to consider than someones opinion on what bike is best. Pick a bike that suits your riding style and size. Also, it doesn't matter how good a bike is, if you don't have a shop to help you with getting parts and technical knowledge, your bike is just another bike.
nothing happens. it's simply a matter of (typically) making idle adjustments after the engine and Carb. are up to normal operating temps. ( the exact required settings will be slightly different when cold, but will do no harm.)
Stock about 6.2 seconds
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The "20" and the "22"
you have to be I guess 4 foot 6 on your toes
yes they are the same size
it will go round about 100-120 km an hour. i know because ive got 1 :)
N2C and stock number 805 next time, try www.sparkplug-crossreference.com to convert your sparks
usually its an issue with the reeds.and if you have a power valve it could be stuck open. but i would suggest having new reeds put in.
Any high performance premix oil made for motorcycles is ok. Do not, however, use premix made for weedeaters, chainsaws or outboard boat motors. Motorcycle premix oil comes as either petroleum, semi-synthetic or synthetic oil and is mixed with gas at a ratio ranging from 16:1 (petroleum) to as high as 100:1 (synthetic).