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    According to the factory microfiche...

    According to the factory microfiche (https://www.ronayers.com/oemparts/a/hon/5053e0e3f870021c54be0fc0/camshaft-valve), that appears to be the case. If it had been the bearing on the other side of...
  2. Thread: Honda CRF250X

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    I think you have the bike identified wrong. ...

    I think you have the bike identified wrong. There was no '14 250X. The '14 250R is fuel injected, and shouldn't have any such problem. If your bike is a '13 model 250X, you may need to clean the...
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    If you buy the pre-mixed stuff, just pour it in. ...

    If you buy the pre-mixed stuff, just pour it in. But yes, it should be properly diluted. You might try something like Engine Ice....it's ready to go, and has a wetting agent that helps prevent...
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    Sounds pretty normal to me. The radiators only...

    Sounds pretty normal to me. The radiators only do their thing when air is forced through them. Sitting still allows heat to build up, instead of being transferred to the air passing through them. ...
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    Typical sign of a bad water pump is leakage from...

    Typical sign of a bad water pump is leakage from the "weep hole" in the pump cover. The microfiche doesn't show what the pressure rating of the stock cap is, but the P/N is 19037-KRN-641, so you can...
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    Wait....the coolant started overflowing *after*...

    Wait....the coolant started overflowing *after* you got home and parked the bike? How long had it been since it was shut down for the day? Where did it leak from...the overflow bottle, or somewhere...
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    The sealed side should face out. The channel...

    The sealed side should face out. The channel should face in.
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    Glad to hear it!

    Glad to hear it!
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    It might be possible to patch it up that way, but...

    It might be possible to patch it up that way, but I wouldn't recommend it. Take it to a machine shop and see if they can re-thread it for you. I think you're more likely to end up with no threads...
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    I think there's rubber dampers in the bottom of...

    I think there's rubber dampers in the bottom of those bar clamps. They'll often twist, making the bars look a little off. At worst, you might have to replace the rubbers, but you may be able to get...
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    I wouldn't worry about it. If anything, it...

    I wouldn't worry about it. If anything, it represents the brand of the bend they were meant to copy--Honda OE bend or Kaw. Bolt 'em on and ride!
  12. Well, the level check bolt is supposed to have an...

    Well, the level check bolt is supposed to have an aluminum sealing washer under it....similar to the water pump drain. And I wouldn't assume that there's any seepage.....my guess is that the cases...
  13. Hi, R1, and welcome. I always thought the whole...

    Hi, R1, and welcome. I always thought the whole 'separate oiling' thing was kinda weird in the first place. I can see it if the engine is a dry sump setup, like some of the Yamahas are, but that's...
  14. Hi, and welcome to the forum! Tough question...

    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    Tough question to answer, particularly given where you live. I had an XR200 back in the early 90s, and that bike was an absolute blast to ride! But I live in North...
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    I don't have a specific answer for you, I'm...

    I don't have a specific answer for you, I'm afraid. I can tell you that in the overwhelming majority of cases, a different part number means a different part---in some way or another. I many of...
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    Hi, Slick, and welcome to the forum. I'm afraid...

    Hi, Slick, and welcome to the forum. I'm afraid I don't have that info available, but you should be able to get the spec from a dealer. Most will have a quick reference at the parts or service...
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    Afraid not....I don't have access either. :( ...

    Afraid not....I don't have access either. :(

    Neil
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    I'm not too good at EFI....came up during the...

    I'm not too good at EFI....came up during the carb era. LOL That warning given, I'd look at a partially clogged injector, faulty map sensor, or maybe check fuel pressure at the injector.

    Neil
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    Have you tried just raising the idle speed just a...

    Have you tried just raising the idle speed just a bit?

    Neil
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    I can confirm that the 74 had silver bodywork,...

    I can confirm that the 74 had silver bodywork, and I think it had a black frame. Of course, that doesn't mean that someone didn't change yours somewhere along the way. My inclination would be to...
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    Well, bottom end seals aren't likely the...

    Well, bottom end seals aren't likely the problem....those are more of an issue in a 2-stroke motor than a 4-stroke. And it's easy enough to test compression, even if you don't have a compression...
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    Sounds like you need to clean the carburetor. ...

    Sounds like you need to clean the carburetor. What you describe is the classic definition of a clogged pilot jet/jet passage.

    Neil
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    I wish I could help, but suspension internals,...

    I wish I could help, but suspension internals, especially on cartridge forks, are beyond me. I lived and worked in the industry during the 'damper rod' era. Hopefully, someone else will have some...
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    You can get the susepension re-valved at both...

    You can get the susepension re-valved at both ends, but neither is going to make a 230 behave like a 250r. Bottom line is that the 230 is more of a play-bike than a race-bike, and nothing you can do...
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    Can't say I recommend that mod, Stan. It's one...

    Can't say I recommend that mod, Stan. It's one thing if the manufacturer does something like that.....something else to think you could do it better. :D Consider the weight and plumbing issues...
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