Or maybe it's a TT-R125ET, or maybe something else. I got a shop manual with it, that describes where on the frame to find the model number label, but it was located such that the side plastic wore the letters off. Anyway it's the small wheel version with electric start, I know that much. When looking at it the overflow in the carb started dripping, and turning the tank petcock off didn't stop it, which was strange. Taking the tank off, the petcock appeared to work properly. Obviously it had been sitting for a while, the carb was gunked up. The little spring plunger in the float valve was frozen so I worked that loose again, and did a cleanup. I managed to lose the spring for the idle mix screw and the rubber orings were looking a bit iffy anyway so I ordered a carb rebuild kit, a 29-2453 from this page: http://shop.thumpertalk.com/catalogs/Tucker_Rocky_Offroad_2009/default.asp?p=519 Hope it has a mixture screw spring, not entirely clear from the description. Kinda surprised there is no oil filter in this bike, reminds me of my old Brit bike days. I assume people just change oil frequently. I do like the simplicity of this bike. Hope to teach my boy to wrench on it, the same way I learned to fix things. Got it for $900, and it has seen very little use. The gas dripping out of it helped with the price.