Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 Repair & Service Manual 1989-1995

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Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 Repair Manual 1989-1995
Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 Repair Manual 1989-1995
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The 1989-1995 Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 motocross bike repair manual by Clymer, covers the following models:

  • Suzuki RM80, 1989-1995
  • Suzuki RM125, 1989-1995
  • Suzuki RM250, 1989-1995
  • Suzuki RMX250, 1989-1995

Stay on the road and out of the shop by consulting the The Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 Repair Manual 1989-1995 available at The Motor Bookstore for your do-it-yourself maintenance and repairs. You can keep your motorcycle running like new, as well as troubleshooting any potential issues, without incurring costly mechanic fees by becoming your own bike mechanic with this 548-page Clymer manual packed with photos and illustrations. Learn the proper '91 RMX250 rebuild procedure, check on 1989 Suzuki RM80 specs, discover how jetting your carburetor can restore your Suzuki's performance to top levels, and even get tips on the proper way to wash your motorcycle. Order the Suzuki repair manual from The Motor Bookstore and get free shipping to any location in the contiguous United States.

Book Excerpt: 1989-1995 Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 Repair Manual


Regular cleaning of your RM is an important part of its overall maintenance. After riding your bike in extremely dirty areas, clean it thoroughly. Proper cleaning will prevent dirt from falling into critical areas undetected.

Failing to clean the bike, or cleaning it incorrectly will add to your maintenance costs and shop time because dirty parts wear prematurely. It's unthinkable that your bike could break because of improper cleaning, but it can happen.

When cleaning your Suzuki, you need a few tools, shop rags, scrub brush, bucket, liquid cleaner and access to water. Many riders use a coin-operated car wash. Coin-operated car washes are convenient and quick, but with improper use the high pressures can do more damage than good to your bike.

NOTE: A safe biodegradable, nontoxic and nonflammable liquid cleaner that works well for washing your bike is Simple Green. Simple Green can be bought through some supermarkets, hardware, garden and discount supply houses. Follow the directions on the container for recommended dilution ratios.

When cleaning your bike, especially when using a spray type degreaser, remember that what goes on your bike will rinse off and drip onto your driveway or into your yard. If you can use a degreaser at a coin-operated car wash.

If you are cleaning your bike at home, place thick cardboard or newspapers underneath your bike to catch the oil and grease deposits as they are rinsed off.

Changes in temperature, humidity and particularly elevation can greatly affect engine performance. Carburetor jetting changes can bring performance back to normal.

If weather conditions and elevation are different from one race to the next, you should check jetting before the event. However, if the engine is stock and in good overall condition, the jetting probably wont need to be changed unless you go from one elevation to another. Refer to Table 1 for stock carburetor specifications.

Any changes in the engine such as port modification, larger carburetor or special exhaust system , can require a complete rejetting of the carburetor to get maximum possible performance.

If such performance changes have been made, follow the advise of the performance equipment manufacturer or tuner to find the best starting point for rejetting the carburetor.

Rejetting must be carried out carefully and systematically for the best possible results. A hurried or random approach to rejetting the carburetor often results in poor performance or damage to the engine. Always keep records of the jetting changes tried and what the results were.


This book is great. For anyone who wants to do work on their bike themselves this is the book you should buy. It has everything from air pressure, how to put a new top-end in your bike, fuel mixture, and suspension. It has full diagrams of everything, so you can't go wrong. I urge you to buy this book.

S.E. | Van Buren, ME

Subject: 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Suzuki RM80, RM125, RM250, RMX250 service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 0892876581 | ISBN-13: 9780892876587 | Clymer M386

  • Publisher: Clymer Series / Haynes Manuals
  • Pages: 548 - Hundreds of b&w photos and illustrations
  • Binding: Paperback - 7 x 10 inches
  • ISBN: 978-0-89287-658-7
  • Years: 1989 - 1995
Table of Contents
  • General Information
  • Troubleshooting
  • Lubrication, Maintenance and Tune-up
  • Engine Top End
  • Engine Lower End
  • Clutch and External Gearshift Linkage
  • Transmission and Internal Shift Mechanism
  • Fuel and Emission Systems
  • Exhaust System
  • Electrical System
  • Wheels, Tires and Drive Chain
  • Front Suspension and Steering
  • Rear Suspension
  • Brakes
  • Body and Frame
  • Wiring Diagrams
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Clymer is the Authority DIY Manual for Suzuki RM Bikes
Highly recommend this manual if you own a Suzuki RM. Clymer covers it all with easy to understand instructions.
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