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Why don't they make a Gnarly pipe's for the 125's? There the ones that need it the most?? :thumbsup:

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Because they know that putting that pipe on it will do absolute no good for it. a 125 is a 125, its never going to have low end power like a 250.

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If you want more low end, go for porting. Its cheaper than a pipe and will give you better results.

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If you want more low end, go for porting. Its cheaper than a pipe and will give you better results.

its been ported and polished and alot more, i have every thing you can do to my motor on my 125..

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Well, your not supposed to ride it down low...why should it have power down there????

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Well, your not supposed to ride it down low...why should it have power down there????

for tight motocross tracks, surpercoss, and trail riding :thumbsup::ride::cry:

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its been ported and polished and alot more, i have every thing you can do to my motor on my 125..

If this is true, i can only reccomend a big bore or a bigger bike (big bore class or 250f). Or if you just want to keep your bike, you will just have to adapt your riding around the bike.

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If this is true, i can only reccomend a big bore or a bigger bike (big bore class or 250f). Or if you just want to keep your bike, you will just have to adapt your riding around the bike.

i was going to bore it to a 134cc or a 144cc last week at boyesen and the guy "Wes" told me cr125's are better as a 125 and dont bore them out becouse the exhaust port is really thin and if i bored it out it would get even smaller and crack then my bike would break down alot and i would have to replate it like once a year so i just keped it pored and polished like how it was..

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there will never be "power" down low on a 125. they dont make power till 80,000 rpm lol.

but just practice with the clutch by feathering it to get power when your down low. thats what i did when i had my 125, and since then its taught me the meaning of clutch control.

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