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Mojave 250 KSF-250 Service Manual 1987-2004

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I have a 2001 Kawasaki Mojave kfx250 had the valves adjusted and the carburetor clean and adjusted got it back rode it a 1/4 mile and it died the guy who did the work on it said I will be needing a time chain . I think he did something to my atv to get more work out of me . I was looking for a repair manual to try do my own work this time

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What happened when the bike quit? Did it just die, was there a bang ? If that timing chain broke or if the bike jumped timing you could have done a lot more damage then you think.  Valves hit the piston and bend or put holes in pistons etc. You won’t know until you open it up.  if he improperly adjusted the valves that could have caused some problems as well.   If your mechanically capable then you can do the work along with some help from Quadcrazy members and having the manual.  

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On 6/16/2019 at 9:56 PM, Ajmboy said:

I just took it to a repair shop and have someone who has a retail and service 9n what they sell what they told the amount that he charge was way to much they would done it for haft what I paid . When it stop running no back fire no noise just die like had no spark or fuel.  I tried to restate it .the kick start would pop my foot back up . I should k ol some time tomorrow what it's going to take to fix it . And see if he actually did something to it  for it to not run again so I would have to take it to him again. .I will be talking with a lawer on it to see what I can do about it cause it ran fine before he touch it it just wouldn't idal

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If it’s kicking back like that I would say the timing is off and either the chain has snapped or is stretched resulting in a bad timing situation. I hope there is no major damage brother.   

Good luck. 

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