Whats up fellow hawk 250 owners and future ones (what are you waiting for!). Today in the mail I got my new hawk 250 spoke skins I ordered from the hawk 250 shop, under the Spoke Skins category. I was excited to get started on these but first I had to take a quick nap […]
Another short post on doing oil change on hawk 250 dual sport. I did this the same day I changed my tires to the new Shinko 244 set, click here to read that post on installing the shinko 244 tires. Changing the oil on the hawk 250 is very quick and easy and cheap. I […]
Just a quick post on installing Shinko 244 tires on hawk 250 dual sport bike. This was a fairly quick change out for my hawk 250. I did the front and rear tire in about 30 mins. This is my 2nd time changing a tube/tire on a motorcycle and I think 30 minutes isn’t so […]
My buddies hawk 250 one day stopped working, he is around 3500 miles. The hawk 250 turned on for a few minutes and then shut off. He was moving at this time and the hawk sat for almost 4 months before we had a chance to look at it. We did the “quick” troubleshoot method […]
Great find by MotoCheez for some Hawk 250 RPS Dual Sport storage options. This was a quick installation and it can fit a lot of tools or whatever you want to store in there for your ride on the hawk 250. It also makes it look like you have dual exhaust on your hawk 250 […]
The video below shows MotoCheez changing his front sprocket on his black Hawk 250. You can click here to see my picture guide on how to change the sprockets on your Hawk 250 RPS dirt bike. I went with the 15th for my front sprocket and 45th for my rear sprockets. I’m 240 pounds and using these sprocket sizes I’m able to max out the bike around 63+ on a straight away, uphill I will go to low 50s. The good thing about these sprockets, they are cheap and its fairly easy to swap them out for testing to see what works best on your hawk 250.
This was a great find by MotoCheez on why the Hawk 250 RPS dual sport rear tire would rub against the chain. It seems the chain guide holes are way off from where they should be. This was a fairly quick tweak to do on my Hawk 250 RPS. I had to do it on 3 other Hawk 250 and it got easier and quicker after the first one.
Another great tip and video done by MotoCheez. This will help your Hawk 250 RPS dual sport bike breath and run better. Please make sure to like and share the video if this has helped you. If you don’t have a Dremel to cut out the plastics, you can just use pliers and bend it back and forth, it will snap right off. If you have any questions please contact me and I will do my best to help you out.
Video by MotoCheez on how to check and adjust your vales on your hawk 250 rps dual sport dirt bike. I was lucky enough to have him check my valves when I went by him for a day of cruising with the Hawk 250 bikes.
Thank you so much MotoCheez YouTube Channel for this hack for the Hawk 250 RPS dirt bike. That noise when you used your turn signals was painful to listen too. Now the issue I have is forgetting to turn them off because I don’t hear the beeping anymore haha. Another great video done by MotoCheez, […]