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looking for stock shim stack for 06 yz125 fork & shock

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fork

bv

32-0.11 (15)

30.0.11

28-0.11

26-0.11

24-0.11

22-0.11

20-0.11

18-0.11

16-0.11

14-0.25 (2)

plate

11-0.25 (4)

14-0.11

16-0.11

18-0.11

20-0.11

22-0.11 (2)

mid

20-0.11 (3)

18-0.11

16-0.11

14-0.11

11-0.11

11-0.3 (2)

17-0.3 (2)

5.3 slide collar + 13-0.15

reb

20-0.11 (3)

13-0.11

18-0.11

16-0.11

13-0.11

10-0.25 (2)

shock

com

40-0.2 (13)

36-0.11

32-0.11

40-0.2

38-0.2

36-0.2

34-0.2

32-0.2

30-0.2

28-0.2

26-0.2

24-0.25

22-0.25

reb

36-0.2 (6)

28-0.11

36-0.3

34-0.3

32-0.3

30-0.3

28-0.3

26-0.25 (2)

24-0.25 (2)

22-0.25

(EU specs)

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I think that Jusa's shock stacks are from 4 stroke models. My notes say following stacks for 06 2 stroke shocks:

Reb:

23 x .3

24 x .3

26 x .3

28 x .3

30 x .3

32 x .3

34 x .3

36 x .3

25 x .1

36 x .15 x 5

Comp

40 x .2 x 10

34 x .1

29 x .1

38 x .25

36 x .25

34 x .25

32 x .25

30 x .25

28 x .25

26 x .25

24 x .25

22 x .25

20 x .2

I also owned 06 YZ 125, and that bike had very fast rebound stock. Exactly what you can expect with these stacks. Fork stacks seem to be similar also in my notes.

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I think that Jusa's shock stacks are from 4 stroke models. My notes say following stacks for 06 2 stroke shocks:

Reb:

23 x .3

24 x .3

26 x .3

28 x .3

30 x .3

32 x .3

34 x .3

36 x .3

25 x .1

36 x .15 x 5

Comp

40 x .2 x 10

34 x .1

29 x .1

38 x .25

36 x .25

34 x .25

32 x .25

30 x .25

28 x .25

26 x .25

24 x .25

22 x .25

20 x .2

I also owned 06 YZ 125, and that bike had very fast rebound stock. Exactly what you can expect with these stacks. Fork stacks seem to be similar also in my notes.

The stacks I listed are correct. I checked every std KYB shock settings and didn't find your stacks there, I think those stacks aren't std. Did you get that bike brand new?

Your stacks suppose to be like this I think... (-08-10 125-250yz)

Reb:

23 x .3

24 x .3

26 x .3

28 x .3

30 x .3

32 x .3

34 x .3

36 x .25

25 x .1

36 x .15 x 9

Comp

40 x .2 x 10

34 x .1

29 x .1

38 x .2

36 x .2

34 x .2

32 x .2

30 x .2

28 x .2

26 x .2

24 x .2

22 x .2

21 x .2

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The stacks I listed are correct. I checked every std KYB shock settings and didn't find your stacks there, I think those stacks aren't std. Did you get that bike brand new?

Your stacks suppose to be like this I think... (-08-10 125-250yz)

Reb:

23 x .3

24 x .3

26 x .3

28 x .3

30 x .3

32 x .3

34 x .3

36 x .25

25 x .1

36 x .15 x 9

Comp

40 x .2 x 10

34 x .1

29 x .1

38 x .2

36 x .2

34 x .2

32 x .2

30 x .2

28 x .2

26 x .2

24 x .2

22 x .2

21 x .2

I agree on 08-10 stacks, but not 06. I have revalved one 06, and multiple 08 and 09 YZ 125's + one 07 YZ 250 and my notes are based on them. This thread also lists 06 YZ 250 stacks same as my notes:

http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=506147

Don't remember anymore was 06 touched or not before my revalve.

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Sorry, I looked me notes again and noticed that I have listed 125 yz -05 shock stacks two times. :lol:. If -06 have 18mm shaft your stack make sense.

Thanks jayman :ride:

Jusa

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I also owned 06 YZ 125, and that bike had very fast rebound stock. Exactly what you can expect with these stacks.

I just took the shock off my bike. Comp was set at 9, rebound was at 3.

My complaint was that the shock is harsh on small stuff, so that would make sense.

Would you recommend using the stock shim stack listed for the 08-10?

I'm 5'10", 165# and fast, fairly aggressive vet b.

thanks

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Stock 08-10 comp stack is a pretty good compromise for varying terrain. Maybe slightly on soft side, but if you feel that it's harsh now, try it first. In rebound side, I would sitffen the stack some. My best rebound stack clamps to 24mm shim and uses 10-11 36 x .15 face shims. Rebound clicker 12 out. Makes the bike more calm on whoops and braking bumps.

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