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I read alot on the big bore 125s on here but have not seen anything with a 56mm bore and a 56.5mm stroke.

Does anyone know if this combo would work well?

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I'm sure it could be pretty good. If you're going the trouble though, why not go bigger?

I built a 144stroker and love it. 56mm bore, 58.5mm stroke

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Any gearing or jetting suggestions?

13-48 is on it now.

The jetting is stock at 40 pilot 410 main.

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My guess is that you could go 13-47, 14-50 or 14-51. I ran 13-48 on my bored 134 and had to short shift it.

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Any bigger and you would need a larger pipe to get the most out of the motor.

OEM pipe seems to work really well with yz144. Mine does.

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Any bigger and you would need a larger pipe to get the most out of the motor.

It depends on port timing mainly. If the porting is adjusted accordingly, an OEM pipe will do fine.

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So far I am going with the GYTR pipe and 13-47 gearing to start.

I am leaning towards uping the main jet to a 430. My riding style is to run it like a chain saw, it should be a screamer.

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...I am leaning towards uping the main jet to a 430...

Generally, with an increase in displacement, you'll need to go leaner on your jetting.

Your 139cc motor will now be pulling in more air & gas -- more gas than what is optimum. Your results may vary, as they say. But keep that in mind. :thumbsup:

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I suggest changing the main jet only if it needs to be changed.

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OEM pipe seems to work really well with yz144. Mine does.

Gorr advised using the stock pipe and and shorty silencer on my pump gas mo' betta '05 YZ144

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Gorr advised using the stock pipe and and shorty silencer on my pump gas mo' betta '05 YZ144

I got the same suggestion from Harris Performance. It seemed to work well on my stroker 144, but it seems like it prefers a longer silencer.

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From what I've read, shorter silencer helps low end, longer silencer improved over rev.

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