Question about 1977 kawasaki KE 125
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Posted on Sep 16, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the dealer and ask for the stock plug for your bike. Check for spark on the new plug then install the plug.
Remove the carb , dissemble it and clean the varnish out. Remove the petcock, ( gas valve ),water trap and clean it out. Next let one cup of gas flow into a container. Any water or rust in the bottom of the container? If any rust was in the water trap or the container then purchase an inline fuel filter to eliminate the rust getting into the carb.
If cleaning the carb yourself does not do the trick then take it to the dealer and have them clean it and install a car kit. This should eliminate the carb as a problem. Get a new air filter and install it.
Now you have spark, gas and air. If it still will not start it is likely that you need new crank seals. On a bike that old you may well need new crank bearings as well.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: Points gap for Kawasaki KE 125
Point gap will be .14. Make sure after you set the points at .14 you attempt to insert a .16 feeler gauge. It should not go between the points without moving them. Also, a .12 feeler gauge should slip in without any force.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
you can trace if a coil is bad by using multi tester and check the voltage coming from it.,the volts shall be not less than six ( 6)Volts.But the problem if you dont have a multi tester?Ok,kick the starter of the motorcycle and at the same time slightly ground the wire from the coil into the cranckcase..,and if you can notice that the spark will produce a burning sound with a blue fire ,then your coil is still good.
By the way,i think your problem is not in the coil itself but either of the following:
1. The ignition coil is bad.
2. The condenser have a leak or shorted.
3. the contact point.Maybe it needs to replace or just needing a good adjustment of the "timing".
4. Or,just simply change the sparkplug.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
No what you can do is take it to some one who does custom seats and discuss having it re done with thicker foam piece raising it to your comfort.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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