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Thread: Suzuki Rm 125, black oil from exhaust and breatherhose

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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Good, sick of your self righteous spiel.

    Its an MX bike running 30:1. Not a oil pump equipped roadbike which uses heaps less oil in low throttle or low revs. Dirt bike forums are littered with these posts. Absolutely littered.

    Besides the op has posted once, probably lost the URL and will never read this.
    Good point on the engine diffs Dave....

    I was more focused on the use of bad advice in general and the outcome of that though.
    Something else Dirt bike forums are littered with ive found.

    Let me know if the guy I hired to hold a gun to your head forcing you too read my posts is hungry.
    Ill send some food over.

    Calling someone self righteous is very self righteous of you lol........I do enjoy some competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVforme View Post
    Good point on the engine diffs Dave....

    I was more focused on the use of bad advice in general and the outcome of that though.
    Something else Dirt bike forums are littered with ive found.

    Let me know if the guy I hired to hold a gun to your head forcing you too read my posts is hungry.
    Ill send some food over.

    Calling someone self righteous is very self righteous of you lol........I do enjoy some competition.
    What a cock, the only bad advice was you telling him it was the crank seals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yow Ling View Post
    What a cock, the only bad advice was you telling him it was the crank seals.
    So the other two on here who suggested crank seals must also be cocks then.

    Name calling the domain of the ignorant who just don't get the point.

    Be sure to reply back tonight before you mum tells you to go to bed this time.You left me hanging a bit last night.

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    Does this remind people of anyone.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Does this remind people of anyone.............
    Perhaps a case of learnt behavior lol....but hey if it works.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVforme View Post
    So the other two on here who suggested crank seals must also be cocks then.:
    Crank seals are piss easy to diagnose and within 5 rides it'd most likely already be toast
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yow Ling View Post
    does rm run wet stator?
    No

    Jeez you guys quit the bickering

    Yeah I know, "this is KB"
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    which brings me back to point Z. - use premium fuel.
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    And the right plugs. And condoms.
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    never really believed in em. which i suppose is why my bike runs rough and i have kids.

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    I'm not aware of any 2 stroke that runs a wet stator.

    Why would they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    I'm not aware of any 2 stroke that runs a wet stator.

    Why would they?
    Off the top of my head The Honda NSR125 does, as do lots of other 2 strokes.
    As for the why, simply because they have the starter attached to the rotor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Off the top of my head The Honda NSR125 does, as do lots of other 2 strokes.
    As for the why, simply because they have the starter attached to the rotor.

    Some of the wee 2Ts did run a combo generator/starter, but not the RM 125, as befits being a competition MX bike..

    Dunno if the 2T starter units were run as 'wet', AFAIR - most were on the the other side of the crank from the primary drive/clutch..

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    RG150 and RG125FUN do as well
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