We got what I believe is a 2005 KX100 from a friend of ours. There kid has moved up to a 125cc bike. We were given the bike on a "loan".. but after a month or so of having it, they graciously gave the bike to us.
We've been riding it around alot and I wanted to perform some maintance on it. I had to replace both tubes at one shot! I've gotten good at replacing tubes by the way! haha
I was reading on what oil to use for the tranny on this site. So last night I drained out the old stuff. I noticed 32oz came out.. which is a quart.
So I put back in Valvoline ATF- Type F fluid like some of you have been using.
Now I am not sure what was used before.. but last night my nephew got on it and drove around the block twice.
He never had any shifting problems before. He kept stalling it a few times but got it going.
My question is.. is this normal coming from something other than ATF fluid?
I talked to the guy that gave us the bike, and he said that maybe the ATF fluid was too thin.. and would cause the clutch to slip.. that he used like 85w on his 125cc now....