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how often should you replace the top end on a rm 85?

This is a discussion on how often should you replace the top end on a rm 85? within the RM forums, part of the Suzuki category; i got a rm85 that i want to know alittle about... how often to replace the top end, what other ...


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Old 02-04-2009   #1
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Default how often should you replace the top end on a rm 85?

i got a rm85 that i want to know alittle about... how often to replace the top end, what other maintnence? thanks ------
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you will lose power when it needs work. the best way to tell ahead of time is run a regular compression check. any thing below 80 pounds and it will barely run. you need to check and adjust the chain . change the transmission oil. check the air filter. and all the cables on a very frequent basis. tire pressure is also important. ------
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