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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-08-2010, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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Angry Lt125 carb problem

The carb on my 1984 125 keeps clogging when I got it there was 3 year old gas left in it. I think there is old gas on the bottom of the tank but not sure. Just got it this summer
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The carb on my 1984 125 keeps clogging when I got it there was 3 year old gas left in it. I think there is old gas on the bottom of the tank but not sure. Just got it this summer
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You should Remove+rinse the tank out to remove all the old debris(metal tanks have rust). Get a new Fuel filter and remove carb....clean the jets.
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thans ill try that
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The carb on my 1984 125 keeps clogging when I got it there was 3 year old gas left in it. I think there is old gas on the bottom of the tank but not sure. Just got it this summer
That's a cool little quad

OMG this guy put a 450 engine in it.....lol now that's good power to weight ratio...lol
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You have to be careful not to bend any parts in the carb.....and not forget where everything goes....
1984 Suzuki LT125E OEM Parts, 1984 Suzuki LT125E OEM Motorcycle Parts - BikeBandit.com

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its a cool little wheeler I rejetted it to. The baffle is out so I put a 110 main in it. it has more get up and go now

I've taken the carb apart like 7 times but I wasn't sure if I should clean out the tank. by the way its not metal




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Yeah taking the carb. apart 20 times is fun... What kind of air cleaner ya got on that bad boy?
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post #8 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-10-2010, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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moose racing

by the way do you know if the 84 lt125's top gear was lower than an 85's 5th gear
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by the way do you know if the 84 lt125's top gear was lower than an 85's 5th gear
7: GEAR 5TH DRIVE 488197-001
Is exactly the same in 1984+85'

They also share the same front and rear sprockets.... You can gain top speed by changing out your sprockets....I couldn't find anything but smaller front(better low end) and OEM rear 49 OEM 13/49

There is two different types of transmissions on the 84'= Model D + Model E They look different

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Arrow Lt125...

#7 is 5th gear
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