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  1. I have a '05 YZ 125, and have the FMF Gold Series Fatty, and Power Core 2 silencer. Big difference in power with the pipe, silencer didn't seem to make much difference over stock. For some reason, the FMF Gnarly is not available for the YZ 125. That is the choice of most woods guys, but the Fatty works well for me.
  2. I went for the virgin ride this morning on my YZ 125 with the Rekluse Auto Clutch I installed yesterday. What a blast!!! Huge improvements in tight single track, and on steep, nasty uphills. With the new perch adjuster, you can still feather the clutch if needed, and you can brake slide the thing around like a big 4-stroke. I am anxious to see how the clutch wear is, but it sure make the bike more fun, and much easier to ride fast. Anyone else out there have a auto-clutch on a small bore 2-stroke?
  3. I run the Pro-Taper SE's on my WR, in the YZ-high bend. They are the same sweep as the stock bars, but the rise is higher. It helped me a lot, but I could still have used a taller set-up. I am 6'2. My new YZ is set up with a BRP Scotts Sub mount, and I am running RM Low bars. It gave me almost 4" above the stock bars, and it is perfect!
  4. I just made the switch from my '05 WR 250F to a totally pimped out YZ 125. I set my YZ 125 up just like one of the Team Yamaha Am-Pro bikes, and my WR was tricked out as well. I can't believe the difference in the two. I can hammer on the 125 for a full 2 hours, and I feel 100% fresher after the ride. Obviously the low end power is better on the WR 250, but I am a lot faster for a lot longer on the 125. I would try the KTM 200 XC. Those 20-30 lbs make a huge difference. I lost at least 40 lbs going to the 125, and it's way fun!. Also, in MO, we have to run the 250F's in the 250cc class so we are racing against 250cc 2-strokes. I am going to race the 200cc class on the 125, and should be more competitive. 2-Strokes are fun, fun, fun!
  5. The flywheel weight is a great mod. It smooths out the "hit" somewhat, but really helps with the stalling. Coming off of a 4-Stroke, I tend to still drag the back brake, and do a lot of brake sliding into turns. It makes cornering easier, as well as helping on steep hills with no run-in. It's a lot of fun!
  6. The flywheel weight is a great mod. It smooths out the "hit" somewhat, but really helps with the stalling. Coming off of a 4-Stroke, I tend to still drag the back brake, and do a lot of brake sliding into turns. It makes cornering easier, as well as helping on steep hills with no run-in. It's a lot of fun!
  7. I know, I want to post a pic. My wife snatched my digital cam, and I need to get it back. She thinks pictures of the kids are more important. How tall are you? The SUB mount, Tall Seat and Fastway pegs are absolutely perfect for me at 6'2. I am worried about the Rekluse, but this little thing rips. I hammered for 3 hours yesterday, and I can't believe how fresh I feel compared to riding the "super turd" WR I have. The weight difference is amazing. Steep hills with no run-in are a bitch, but everything else is great!
  8. I dig the FMF turbine. With a gnarly or Fatty pipe, it is an awesome combo.
  9. I posted part one a few weeks ago, and have finished building my bike, which is the trickest ride I have ever owned. I like reading what other TT members have done to their scoots, so here it goes............... 2005 YZ 125 BRP Top Triple Clamp w/ Scotts SUB mount Scotts Stabilizer V-Force Reeds DID O-Ring Gold Chain Renthal Sprockets SDG Tall Seat Fastway Footpegs (lowboy position) FMF Fatty pipe FMF Power Core Silencere Zip-Ty Axle Blocks, pull handles, wheel spacers, Radial Petcock IMS 3.1 Gallon Tank BRP red billet gas cap 18" Rear Wheel Am-Pro 280mm Oversized Front Disc Pro Taper RM Low bend bars Cycra Pro Bend Handguards SFB 8 oz Flywheel Weight SFB billet ignition cover Yamaha GYT-R Am-Pro Graphics Rekluse Auto Clutch on order DeCal Works custom backgrounds -This is my Barry Hawk "Tribute Bike". I must say, it looks bitchin!!!!!
  10. I race hare scrambles, and am running a '06 YZ 125. I weigh 170, but the weight difference of the bikes should make us about the same. I am running my compression on both the shock and forks at full soft, and 3 clicks out from full hard (slow)on the rebound. I am fairly aggressive, and it works great. My last bike (WR250F) was revalved by W.E.R., and it was incredibly plush, but also too soft for the big hit. I would rather suffer a tad bit in the small hack, and not have to worry about dying when the big hit comes. I also ride in an area with a lot of gnarly sand whoops, and a true "woods" set up would not even come close to handling stuff like this.
  11. My vote is for the 2005 "The Great Outdoors" issue. It's awesome.
  12. My '05 YZ 125 is the best woods race bike I have ever had. I went with the BRP Scotts SUB mount w/ Pro Tapers, and the ergos are sweet. Depending on how tall you are, Fastway pegs really made a difference to the fit of my bike as well. Zip Ty Racing also makes a lot of cool parts that make trail riding/racing easier. Wheel Spacers, axle blocks, and cool radial petcocks are all trick upgrades that I have made to my YZ.
  13. Those Lazer Helmets are bitchin!!!!! I love it when Rick overshoots the jump and his crappy visor flies off!!! Hopefully he can make it over the Himalayas!!!!
  14. Winners Take All is on Showtime right now!!!!! Hopefully they will keep it on for awhile. What a Classic!!!!!!!!!!
  15. I have done a lot of buisness with BRP, they are excellent! Also, a lot of guys that work there are tall, several of them are over 6 foot. They were a big help in getting me set up with the right triple clamp/riser/bar set up for my frame (6'2). I would use them if at all possible. Great Guys!