ok guys, i have a 96 kx125 that i have rebuilt from the ground up. heres the list that i have done to the motor
hot rods connecting rod and crank bearing
all new transmision bearings
water pump assembly
boisen power reeds
all new gaskets
now with that all said, i got it rebuilt and put all back together, double mixed my first tank like i was spose too. and it didnt run for **** then but i figured it was because of the double mix tank of gas, once i ran that tank through i then put 92 octaine gas in with some amzoil to 32:1 ratio. i put that in and i still have no out of the hole or 0-1/3 throttle. if i romp on it when starting in first gear it just bogs out dramatically untill you get up to higher speeds but once the powerband kicks in it runs like a raped ape. i checked the plug and the plug was reading SUPER wet and black, like right on the verge of being fowled.. i took the carb off, went through it (again), everything looked fine. super clean. i messed with the screw adjustments but nothing made a diff. i then took the carb off again and let my instructor look at it, he noticed that it was sucking air past the low speed jet, (where they have the tamper proof screws holding the low speed part to the carb) i took that off and the O-rings that were under there were ruined. i talked to a kawasaki rep and they told me if those were shot then you have to buy a new carburator because no one is spose to mess with those????? so i just ran to the local hardware store and made some O-rings work and then put it back in. I got it all back together and it made a hell of a diffrence but it still wasnt even close to like it should? i checked the plug and now the plug was reading super dry almost too lean... Do you think that its still those O-rings? The kawasaki rep told me to do a primary and secondary compresion test and he didnt really think that the O-rings were the problem? Does anyone know where i can go to get the actually O-rings instead of the ones i used??? sorry for the long thread but thanks for reading... please help!