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Dang It Dang It
1/22/2018 11:36 PM

I have a problem starting my carbureter equipped Honda CRF 250 2008. Compression, valve clearances good. Thorough cleaning of carb and jets. It will start easily with a squirt of starter fluid and it will start easily if I lean the bike on it's side and let the fuel flood from one of the overflows. I had exactly the same issue with a 2001 CR 250 two stoke. Any ideas?

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TrailDigger TrailDigger
1/23/2018 2:11 AM

Carb isn’t set right. Try messing with the air screw and make sure your float height is set correctly.

If you're not mixing gas, you're not haulin ass.

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Acidreamer Acidreamer
1/23/2018 2:57 AM

Is your jetting too lean? Sounds like its not getting gas. Check float height/pilot jets

2009 Kawasaki KX450F
2009 Kawasaki KX250F
2002 Suzuki GSXR 600

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Paw Paw 271 Paw Paw 271
1/23/2018 5:57 AM

Fuel screw set too lean and pilot jet size may be too small. Also check float height.

Paw Paw

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Dang It Dang It
1/23/2018 4:43 PM

Thanks everyone! I will try the fuel screw and if that doesn't work I will try a larger pilot jet.

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