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Brake the lock and then you need to buy a new one

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Feb 06, 2013


Instructions
  1. Power Wheelies
    • 1 Stand above the motorcycle with it running in neutral at the starting line of the track or one end of a long practice area. Pull in the clutch and shift the motorcycle into first gear.
    • 2 Begin rolling forward by rolling on the throttle smoothly and slowly letting out the clutch. When you are at a speed that is comfortable enough to put both feet on the pegs, lean forward on the bike and roll the throttle back quickly. Make this motion as fluid as possible so as not to overdo the wheelie. The front of the motorcycle will rise off the ground.
    • 3 Rev the motorcycle all the way to the red-line in first gear to pull the front of the motorcycle up into the air. This will not be a high or long wheelie, but is a great starting point. When you hit the red-line, pull in the clutch and shift to second. The front end will fall back down. Do not, for any reason, activate the front brake, while the front wheel is in the air, as this will cause the bike to crash upon contacting the pavement.
    Clutching Up
    • 4 Begin riding at a moderate pace in second or third gear. Be sure that you have plenty of space in front of you before beginning the execution of a "Clutch Up"
    • 5 Pull in the clutch as if to shift to the next gear but do not press the shift lever. Instead, rev the motorcycle by rolling back on the throttle smoothly and quickly. Let go of the clutch quickly (but as smoothly as possible) and lean forward to offset the power of the motorcycle.
    • 6 Repeat this maneuver multiple times to get comfortable with the motions. The front of the motorcycle may hop only slightly until you figure out the right amount of throttle and clutch to give the engine. Remember to never hit the front brake with the wheel in the air.
    • 7 Perform a proper wheelie by pulling in the clutch, revving the engine, leaning forward slightly and then dropping the clutch. Be sure to cover the rear brake with your right foot as it will keep the motorcycle from flipping if you give it too much gas.
    • 8 Hold the throttle at a steady position to keep the front wheel in the air. Bring the front wheel back down by pulling in the clutch or pressing softly on the rear brake.

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Jan 16, 2013


Change the oil!

Had something very similar on my bike and the oil had gone bad as such and screwing up the running... Changed it and the engine ran so much better!!


Also check your earths... If they are bad you'll get the same...

If it works great, if it doesn't well you've changed the oil and thats always good...

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Jun 20, 2012


On your left hand side, take off the front sprocket's cover and you will see an oval part bolted on the left crankcase with a wire running out of it right next to the stator's cover.Follow that wire and see if it is properly hooked on the harness.Unplug it from the harness and touch, the harness half part of it, to the chassis. Your neutral indicator should come on. If it doesn't, replace the indicator's bulb.If it does, then you need to replace that oval part which is the neutral switch

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Feb 04, 2012


There may be some water in the carb float bowl, condensation from inside the gas tank. Drain the carb and see if the problem goes away. Also, install a new spark plug.

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Aug 15, 2011


Try bleeding it first. If there isn't any air in the system, you have a brake hose collapsing internally. Replace the hose, flush the system, bleed the air out and you'll be fine. Good luck!

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Jun 14, 2011


You have a shorted nuetral safety switch

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Apr 27, 2011


try this site. If you do not have a manual already, you may want one. Usually has electric mappings of your bike. (diagram http://www.repairmanual.com/

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Apr 16, 2011


Yes you can punch some links out, , run the wheel and axle all the way forward first, to make sure how many links to remove.
You have to remove two links at a time, use a new joiner.
The quickest test of a chain is if you can pull it away from the rear sprocket, it is becoming worn.
G
Australia

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Apr 16, 2011


There may be a problem with the "Power Valve" as it is called. It is a restrictor that controls the amount of engine back pressure to inprove the performance.

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Feb 17, 2011


hi, dont know what bike you are working on, however all modern suzuki use a normal rh thread for tightening. put the bike in gear press down on the rear brake and undo in the normal direction anti clockwise, check there are no locking tabs bent over the outside of the sprocket,

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Jan 16, 2011


You need someone who can weld plastic, but then you have to paint it. try to rubber mount it. Chaz Moto DC

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Jan 22, 2010


I believe NGK brand is the best. Get the stock plug for your bike from the dealer. Gap should be 30 thousandths.

Suzuki GZ 125... | Answered on Apr 16, 2009


What cc is it ?

Suzuki... | Answered on Oct 01, 2019


Go to Google and type 85 Suzuki murader Factory service manual PDF download. Look for a sight called manuallib. Factory service manuals are free online for bikes of you know where to look it will detailed description with pics on what you need to know.

Suzuki... | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


Hi, Frank and the usual suspects are:
1. Severely drained or faulty battery.
2. Faulty regulator/rectifier or high output coil.
3. Faulty power valve, solenoid or installation.
4. Clogged air filter or exhaust.
5. Cracked or incorrect float level.
6. Float needle is not seating.
7. Faulty reed valve.
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http://www.crservice.dk/Suzuki%20cross/RM125/RM125K7_01A.pdf
https://www.partsfish.com/page/oem-parts-for-suzuki
http://mybikemanuals.com/suzuki/

Suzuki... | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


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Suzuki... | Answered on Sep 23, 2019


I’d guess the gas is bad first, either old or there’s water condensation in the tank. Drain it, you may to drop the bowl off the carburetor and clean it.

Suzuki... | Answered on Sep 16, 2019

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