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    Yz125 silencer fitting

    Well it’s not for an 03 like I thought. Looks more like 99 or 00-01. I can’t find any stamping on it anywhere. Seems like there must be some manufacturers marking somewhere.
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    Yz125 silencer fitting

    Sorry forgot to post picture.
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    Yz125 silencer fitting

    Kind of hard to install when I don’t own a 125 anymore... will most likely donate this silencer to someone at a local track but want to at least narrow down what years it will fit.
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    Yz125 silencer fitting

    Trying to identify a pro circuit R304 shorty for a yz125. I’m pretty sure it came off my 03 yz125 but I can’t be certain. I can’t find any manufacturer markings on the silencer besides the pro circuit sticker. It’s a circle can not oval and only one mounting hole. Anyone know how to identify models of pro circuit silencers? I will include a picture shorty. Need to identify which model years this will fit.
  5. Best info to follow right there. Well maintained 2t vibrate only slightly more than a thumper. Nothing close to annoyingly shaking your body. Half the bikes out the have crumbled rubber cones or over torqued bar clamps. Loose engine mounts and missing rubber mounts on pipe or the pipe got bet and vibrates on the frame. Take some pride and maintain your bike and you will be very happy with it. If it still bothers you then you’re just overly sensitive to vibrations and probably won’t find a good bike to buy.
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    Unknown OEM rear shock

    Turns out it’s a 96-98 shock. Forgot to update this post when I found out exactly what model year it was.
  7. Cousin brought her 87 cr80 over because it had crap power, bogging down, rough idle and smoking like a chimney. Ruled out carb issues and told her crank seals are bad. Pulled oil level screw and tipped bike over on its side and still no oil coming out. Pulled oil plug and maybe 100ml came out (looked like 100ml was already built up between the cylinder and pipe). Took the cover off and found the seal on the shaft but completely out of the seat! Oil must have been gushing into the cylinder. How did the bike even run without fouling the plug instantly. I rode the bike down the road and made the whole neighborhood look like I was burning the biggest pile of wet leaves imaginable. Anyone else ever seen a seal just fall out before?
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    My daughter wants to get a bike

    Thanks everyone for all the info. It has helped with the search process a lot.
  9. So the day has come that my 9 year old daughter finally wants to ride with dad! I’ve raced MX most of life riding 80, 125, 250 and in 2005 making the switch to four strokes. I’m a racer at heart and rarely ever rode trails but I’m ready to make a switch if it means riding with my little girl. I have no idea what model bikes to look at. She has some ATV experience on 50, 90/110 and 250 mostly trail models. Zero clutch experience but can shift on clutch less models. Can someone help point me in the right direction to finding a bike? I’m thinking a trail bike, no clutch but not sure what models are available. Also something she can grow into for a few years. Not sure of her exact height but she’s a couple inches above average for a nine year old girl (5th grade).
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    Unknown OEM rear shock

    Yes I do believe it’s a KYB shock and most likely prior to 2003. Two features that stand out are the black nitro cap points straight down instead of at an angle and there is no high speed compression adjuster (the adjuster nut that’s around the top clicker). Does anyone know what year the caps went straight down and what year the high speed adjuster was added?
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    Unknown OEM rear shock

    I have spoken with Ohlins directly and they can confirm it is not their shock. Ohlins shocks are never casted like the one in the picture. Plus it’s a Yamaha warning sticker on the shock.
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    Unknown OEM rear shock

    I’m trying to determine what year my rear shock is. Bike is a 2003 Yamaha YZ250 bought used. I have confirmed the frame and engine cases are of the 2003 year. The rear shock has certainly been swapped out. The top 2003 OEM bearing is too large to fit my shock and the bottom OEM bearing is too small to fit my shock. I am unable to find any maker markings on the shock itself except for “P306” etched near the lower mount. Aside from the bearings being different size than stock 2003 the shock also does not have a high speed compression setting. Hi speed is standard on 2003 YZ250 and 125 models. I have also confirmed that the shock is not an Ohlins shock even though some previous must have put an Ohlins sticker on the shock. Any help determining which model year this shock comes from would be greatly appreciated.
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