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  1. kawi rider 229

    Yamaha YZ125 (2003)

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    dont have one yet
  2. mbshaw23

    Yamaha YZ125 (2005)

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    This bike is a memorial bike that used to belong to a good friend who passed away. His dad gave me his bike and I have been trying to make it a great bike ever since. Still needs a lot of work but its always a fun time to rip it up on a 2 stroke
  3. Bryan R Joseph

    Yamaha YZ125 (2005)

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    YZ is still my best 125 choice .. for 2 - stroke
  4. RBriggi

    Yamaha YZ125 (2003)

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    just bought it but so far its amazing
  5. Live2Ride and Ride2Live

    Yamaha YZ125 (1999)

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    Just got it. Still working out the bugs.
  6. Mephisto

    Yamaha YZ125 (2008)

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    Getting back into riding. Just purchased two YZ125s... they're both in amazing condition. They're set up to look and ride exactly the same but one is a 2007 and the other is a 2008. Fantastic bikes!
  7. Hey all Tell me what you think of my bike... does it sound ok? Is the jetting roughly ok? 2000 yz125 Jetting: Pilot: 35 (stock) Needle: 4th position (stock: 3rd) Main: 360 (stock: 350) altitude: sea level temperature at the time: 35 degrees Celcius / 95 degrees fahrenheit I'm worried as when it hits half throttle and over it doesn't sound like its running too well? Although my phone doesn't record it well. Basically I'm going riding in the dunes in a few weeks, so I've made the main and needle a little richer as I'm worried about the heat and fairly constant WOT Changed the piston when I picked up the bike, previous owner had stock jetting and the whole top of the piston was black (ie carbon build up) so while I dont know where he was riding, it seems he was a little lean.
  8. Kaseyyz125

    Yamaha YZ125 (2000)

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    Picture isnt current. Stripped it down it now had a black frame and some other random pieces. Constantly breaking my heart and my wallet.
  9. Gater699

    Yamaha YZ125 (2000)

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    sweet bike for the trails/ track. lots of power for a 125 and easy to throw around
  10. DJBlackout

    Yamaha YZ125 (2007)

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    Awesome bike!
  11. wippenNrippen78

    Yamaha YZ125 (2005)

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    Super fun to ride.
  12. danritcheycr80

    Yamaha YZ125 (1991)

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    i havent had a chance to ride it yet im currently rebuilding it
  13. PowerBandRules

    Yamaha YZ125 (1996)

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    Awesome bike for hard trail riding but not as reliable as a four stroke in terms of top ends and plug fouling. If you like tinkering or have the money to pay someone to keep the upkeep then its the bike for you. I love it.. great on the track as well.
  14. Crosebud

    Yamaha YZ125 (1984)

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    My yz125 hybrid83/84/85/88 euro
  15. spencercan

    Yamaha YZ125 (2005)

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    bike currently inoperable, seized and in need and complete top and bottom end rebuild. needs some TLC!!!
  16. DrThumper

    Yamaha YZ125 (2000)

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    2000 YZ125
  17. Peterrides

    Yamaha YZ125 (2003)

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    One of the best bikes i've ever owned. It has Renthal Bars, Fmf Shorty silencer, Asv levers, Ricochet skidplate, Wiseco topend, Boyesen Reed petals, Carbon fiber frame guards, Drc Fatpegs, Worksconnection Rad Braces, Hammerhead Shifter, Stock plastics and graphics.
  18. http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/snw/5377017456.html He said he's willing to go down to $1100. Just looking for some opinions. Thanks!
  19. Goon Rides

    Yamaha YZ125 (2002)

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    NOT FOR SALE! (Image was taken when purchased)
  20. Hi everyone, new member here. I traded a 79honda cx500 for a 1998 yz125. I had paid $500 for the Honda and had maybe 300 into it for new tire and inspection etc.. I rode the yz for a few hours (first time back in the dirt for 15 years!), realized 2nd gear was skipping. Rather than attempt to fix myself, it went to the shop. The shop just called and basically the engine was 'rigged' together, he wasn't even sure how it was running. Missing clips, broken bolts - piston is pretty beat up, etc... The shop is currently at $1100 on their parts list. They tried ebay, junk yards, etc to find a used motor with no luck. Im probably looking at a $2000+ bill (i'll find out tonight when I go look at it). I could try selling the bike with no motor and start over used? which could take a long time to sell plus I'd still probably have a few hundred in already for labor and maybe break even? I could take the $$ hit and know that it's fixed right and have the bike for a few years? <-- I'm leaning towards this as I'm dying to get back on that bike!! What would you do? All suggestions welcome!! PS Sorry for the paragraph looking post - I have it formatted on my screen soooo not sure why it posts this way
  21. Hi, I have a yz125 2008, the bike was raced by its previous owner however I only use it as a practice bike. The previous owner ran the bike at a 25:1 ratio. The owner manual says to run the bike at 30:1. I consulted the previous owners about this but he said running the bike slightly richer helps to make the piston, rings ect last a bit longer. I would have no issue with this although the bike does. Tend to produce an excess amount of smoke. I would run the bike a little earner but I would like I try and make some carb adjustments to try and get the bike to run a little leaner. I have been told that I have to alter the fuel/air screw but I have no idea where it is or which way to turn it to achieve my requested results? To add to this, the bike needs to have the spark plug cleaned every two or so rides otherwise it tends to foul. I think this may be related to the carb tuning? Any clues guys? Many thanks for any help in advance!
  22. Bought a yz125 03 a couple of months back. It's bean a cracking little bike love it to bits! but the bottem end disided to give up on me I got a hot rod crank ready to go in. but noticed the old cylinder as bean sleeved and don't know how long that's got left, so I'm Ordering a brand new cylinder and piston what size piston would I need? Would it be the A size piston? I plan on using a vertex piston. any help would be grate bean a long time since iv owned a 2 stroke
  23. kylechandler1300

    Which would you pick?

    Ok, so I have narrowed my yz 125 search up to two bikes. First is a 2001 yz 125 for $1050. Guy says it starts hard but runs. Floods easy. He thinks its carb problems. Says he recently put new rings on. Here's a pic. Second is a 2005 yz 125 for $1000. Guys says it needs crank seals. Says its not missing any parts, just a bit taken apart. It also comes with a new hot rods crank kit and vertex top end kit. Says it will still start. Here are a couple pics. If you were going to buy one of these, which would you buy? Is it a good deal? Thanks
  24. firebreathinCR

    Yamaha YZ125 (1990)

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    Got her for 200 dollars with a seized up crankshaft. Am in the process of fixing that shaft as of Dec 1, 2017
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