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  1. I just rebuilt my kids 2013 YZ-125 that I had the cylinder professionally oversized by 2mm from Millenium Technologies last year. It made it a 134cc. I just rebuilt the motor for this season, I had MT-LLC re-plate the cylinder and match it to a new piston. I also had them deck the head for race gas only. My sqush is at .038. I plan on running race gas (sunoco 110 non oxygenated) at 32:1 with Redline (which is what I ran all last year). Here is where my concern begins. I did a compression test and it is right at 220psi. Will I be eating main bearings quickly? Will this motor hold up for a season with exceptional maintenance? Should I advance my timing about .002 to compensate for the high compression and reduce the pressure on the rod? I was told to simply double the base gasket and it will work. IF I do that, What will that do with the timing and jetting? Just a little out of my league with this much psi..... Please help with ideas. Thanks.
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