Here's a couple of videos we made to commemorate the epic rebuilding of the KX250 motor
we've just completed. Have a look in the tech section for the 'how-to' articles if you wanna
have a go at it yourself.
The first one is a quick run-down of how to pull the motor to bits. Our mechanic may have
overdone the energy drinks a bit...
Here is the motor all back together and back in the bike. This is actually the second start of
the motor after the rebuild. We started it (3rd kick) the night before and ran it for 30 seconds,
but hadn't pressed the record button on the camera (oops, my bad). So we let it sit overnight
and recorded this one instead.
Here's a how-to video on removing the flywheel. It's almost impossible to do this
job without the correct puller, and they're very cheap, so we recommend you get
yourself one. Read our review of this one on our Flywheel Puller Review page.
Here's a how-to video on splitting the cases. Again we used a dedicated case
splitting tool, and again we recommend getting yourself one. This model is one of
the cheaper units available - read our review of it on our Case Splitter Review