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Fat Man on a TTR 125 in the Woods-Video Clips

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Got this TTR 125 for my son and he has shown no interest yet

So...-I started and finished some of the basic mods and took it out this afternoon for it's virgin ride

Mods Follow:

Cut the Airbox and Rejet

BBR High Flow Air Filter

BBR Pipe

BBR Heavy Duty Front Fork Spring Springs

BBR Heavy Duty Rear Shock Spring

BBR Triple Clamps

BBR Frame Cradle

BBR Chain Guide

What a freak'in blast this thing is. It's amazing what this thing will do in the woods with an old 250lb fat guy riding it. Hope you enjoy!!!

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Sweet looking trail, you were going pretty good there. I just picked up a ttr myself, looking forward to trying it out. I've gone around the block a couple times, it gets going better than I thought it would, but then I only weigh 140.

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its kinda funny to think you can go faster through the tight stuff on a ttr than you can on a big bike. lower center of gravity allows you to just whip it around. Have fun on that 7hp beast lol

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haha hell yeah!

I had lots of fun ripping my 150f for the last couple years, trail riding it mostly. People always talk crap and hate, tell I stay right on their ass through the woods on it :smirk:

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dude, i love ripping through my trails on the drz 125. I wont lie, there are corners where the drz is way faster than the rm250 haha

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dude, i love ripping through my trails on the drz 125. I wont lie, there are corners where the drz is way faster than the rm250 haha

:smirk::thumbsup::smirk:

Hell I LOVE being on the underdog bike, and keeping up with people.

I'd rather be the guy on the slow bike, keeping up with the big bikes, even getting beat by them a little bit, then be the guy on the big bike, getting beat, or having a small bike even remotely keep up!

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Damn I wish my TTR125 had those mods when I had it. Still a fun bike to fool around on though.

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