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It's almost a bit normal Your brake pads aren't lined up on the wear grooves of your disc. What is very common on dirtbikes is to get a few grooves, not necessarily deep, cut into the discs/rotors. When you put the wheel back onto the bike the pads on your front caliper were just a little bit off. There really isn't any tool or special alignment you ...


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I believe your clutch safety switch has been damaged You have a switch underneath your clutch lever. It forces you to pull the clutch in to start the bike. There is a small phillips head #2 screw that holds in place. It can be adjusted and slid back and forth to engage properly with the clutch lever. You can see where the switch hits the lever if you ...


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You should place the old battery back in and check if it starts there.. If it does, then there could possible be something faulty about the battery you replaced it with (Try getting a brand new battery instead). After the bike fell to the side, was there any damage? Check if anything was broken (e.g. power cables etc.). That could be one thing to do, just ...


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Here's a theory Too much fuel built up in the crankcase. Could be from a petcock leaking and a stuck float. Here's the theory Too much fuel in the crankcase. You start the bike. It begins to heat up while your blipping the throttle Engine cases begin to get hot. Fuel thins up with the heat. You start riding and crank spins up and begins to throw the ...



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