How To Remove The Cylinder On Your 1997 – 2001 Honda CR250.
The Tools You Will Need Are:
- Motion Pro Torque Wrench Adapter
- 3/8″ Socket Wrench
- 17mm Socket
- 14mm Socket
- 8mm Socket
- Mallet or Dead Blow
- Sharpie Marker
- Shop Towel
You can get your Torque Wrench Adapter at RockyMountainATVMC.com
Start your removal by turning the piston to bottom dead center.
|If your dowels are seated on the studs, remove the cylinder.
If the dowels are in the cylinder, make sure they don’t fall into the crankcase!
|You may experience binding on the left side of the cylinder due to seized alignment dowels.
If your cylinder is seized to the stud, use PB blaster and patience.
|Remove the alignment dowels, and any loose gasket material immediately following cylinder removal.|
|Part 1: Cylinder Head Removal||Part 3: Piston Removal|
Keep Your ’97-’01 CR250 Running Right!
- Service Specification
- Clutch Replacement
- Carburetor Service
- Engine Top End
- Front Fork Maintenance
- Rear Shock Rebuild
- Wheels & Tires
- Kickstarter Inspection
- External Shift Linkage