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    Dragos Stefan
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    cwstiles
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    My first (and can tell not last). Love it so far but have no reference from lack of experience.
    Jeremy Slover
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    cwstiles
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    uncorked and plated....RIPS!
    sobes
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    HondaYamahaSuzuki
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    cwstiles
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    Bought 1982ish with broken left hand side crankshaft rotor end. 
    First installed left over 200R crankshaft complete assembly, 194cc cylinder/piston and longer 200 studs to convert engine to 200(194cc)R engine.                Compared 79' XL125S cylinder head to 81-83 1st Gen. head and found porting, valve dimensions and If memory serves correct camshafts exactly the same. Used 79' XL125S bottom cases, clutch, etc. except for rotor and left side cover windings XR200R due to original windings damaged from crankshaft breakage.
    Engine now is the 5-speed 84' ATC-200X converted for motorcycle kicker use. Cylinder head fins are larger/longer for greater cooling. I don't remember any there being any difference in porting or valve train. 
    Cylinder fins are also larger/longer for greater cooling. Jug is the 194cc not 192cc. I rescued 3 84' ATC-200Xs from a local motorcycle scrap yard butcher, who was trying to hammer cases back together after a botched transmission repair attempt. The engine was exposed to water and the cylinder full of pits from rust. I just honed cylinder aggressively and installed whatever piston/ring assembly I had that fit. Engine of course smokes. My main goal was to convert 5-speed engine for XR200R frames. Presently trial motor is in this XL125S. Bike is a blast to ride considering being a twin shock model. 
    Front end is the 1980 CR250R red rocket 1st Gen. 12" travel forks. If you ever ride on these you will understand why Fox Factory Forx and Simon Forks came out. I guess the thought process was  12" travel was better than 9-10" travel. Forks were not unusable, just flexy. I believe tube diameter is 38mm, will have to measure otherwise. XR200R forks may have been 37mm(?).
     
     
    AMSinator
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    KSmitty
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    modded to streetfighter
    sobes
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    4Sevens
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    This bike build was my 20 year anniversary gift. My wonderful wife designed a ring and I designed a bike?. 
         Quick specs - 2003 KX125 chassis, KDX200 engine (standard bore, replated cylinder), RB designs carb, polished head and squish set, mild port cleanup, +1” seat from GUTS racing, Yamaha WR 48m forks, 18” rear, shock converted for separate low / high speed compression. Phase 4 fork revalve  by SPI. I don’t really like Kawasaki green so that’s the reason for the Yamaha scheme. The 200 XC in KTM orange is a dig at my KTM buddies. 
         Finally getting everything dialed in and it’s a friggin awesome bike! I’ll say for off-road to me it’s about as good as it gets. 
    nuity5
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    pearl54
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    pearl54
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    I love my bike! It is customized to be a trail monster. I like that I can do whatever i like on it. fast or slow. plus it hauls my big butt around with ease
    BigBadBarber
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    2002 CR125 Woods Weapon
    dirtynenow
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    Hwilks67
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    2002 CR250R project bike
    dirtynenow
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    Edwin Pena
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    Edwin Pena
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    BigKevNorCal
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    Looking to replace my stock battery. suggestions?
     
    Dr. Fred Guidi
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    Hager85
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    zrxkawboy
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