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Found 60 results

  1. Ktm2smoker16

    85 or 150?

    hi i am 11 and 5 foot and i was wondering if i should get a 150r or an 85cc 2 strokes. the bike i ride now is a 04 drz 110 with a few mods. i am hoping to get a new bike by next year but i dont know which one
  2. Matt Gunter

    Yz 85 for my girlfriend?

    So I'm thinking about purchasing a 2005 yz 85 for my girlfriend, she is 5'3 about 130 what do you guys think? She rides a ninja 300, and a ttr 125 currently, just worried about the size.
  3. burns_3654

    Yamaha YZ85 (2002)

    0 comments

    Been used and abused but a really good bike. Has a few carb problems though...
  4. ThumperTalk

    Yamaha YZ85 2010

    2 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 84.7 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2-Stroke Valve Configuration: Reed Valve Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop
  5. ThumperTalk

    Yamaha YZ85 2004

    3 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 85 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2-Stroke Valve Configuration: Reed Valve Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): 70/100 R17 Rear Tire(s): 90/100 R14 SPECIFICATIONS Wheelbase (in / mm): 49.5 / 1257 Dry Weight (lbs / kg): 146 / 66 Fuel Capacity (gal / L): 1.3 / 5 Seat Height (in / mm): 34 / 864 Number of Seats: 1 FEATURES Tachometer: Not Available Digital Instrumentation: Not Available Windshield: Not Available
  6. brentonchaseturner

    bolt fell down where the reed cage goes

    i dropped a bolt where the reed cage is suppose to go on a yz85 i cant see the bolt and i really need some help how can i get it out my dads gonna kill me please please help!!!!
  7. So my son is ready for his next bike. He's now on a TTR 125 and keeps talking about wanting the next bike. He also rides his brothers CRF150F witch actually fits him better since he's very tall for 12 at about 5'8". Don't know his weight but he's a tall drink of water thin! He says the 150F feels very close to his 125 and is bored with both. I also feel he is ready for the next bike or I would not be considering it yet. I think its time for him to get in a real MX bike now since we ride pretty much all MX. I'm thinking CRF 150R or an 85 2 stroke. He's a novice level 12 year old rider, pretty conservative, not a big risk taker and rides at his own level. He rides the pit bike track & beginner tracks at out local track Milestone MX. He thinks he wants a 2 stroke but has never ridden one. I lean to 150R. Anybody willing to let a kid try out either one or both of these bikes at Milestone? Any input?
  8. haden213

    Yamaha YZ85 (2007)

    0 comments

    Lots of top end power and awesome suspension
  9. ah665

    Yamaha YZ85 (2012)

    0 comments

    This bike is what my girlfriend rides. I also play around on it. Great bike, we love it.
  10. I am 13 years old, about 5'2", 110 lbs, and I am bored with the power of my TT-R125L and I am looking to size up in the near future. I have ridden a KX85 that belonged to a friend of mine and I was comfortable with its power, however I have never owned a two stroke and I don't know what the maintenance of these bikes would be like. I am interested in getting either a CRF150R, any of the two stroke 85s, or possibly a KX100. I would be looking for the ones that are cheapest to maintain and have the most power. Which of these puts out the best top end power? Is the CRF worth the extra couple hundred dollars?
  11. Bryan Bosch

    Yamaha YZ85 2019

    0 reviews

    VICTORY...NEVER GIVEN, ALWAYS EARNED Step up to the perfect bike and continue the journey of earning victory after victory. The YZ85 has all the lightweight, 2‑stroke reliability and agility you've come to expect from Yamaha. New for 2019 All-New for 2019! Redesigned from the ground up, the new YZ85 has been built to dominate the 85cc class with a new YPVS® power valve-equipped engine complete with revised intake, exhaust and transmission. Upgraded Chassis Featuring new front forks, a new swingarm, new wave-style brake rotors, adjustable ergonomics and more, the 2019 YZ85 is ready to win races straight off the dealership floor. Top Features New 85cc YPVS Two-Stroke Power The 85cc liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine now features the Yamaha Power Valve System for broad, tractable power across the rev range without losing peak power at high rpm. Fully-Adjustable Fork Lightweight 36mm KYB® inverted cartridge fork features 10.8 inches of travel with compression and rebound damping adjustability with low-friction outer tubes and internals. Upgraded Wheels and Brakes Lightweight 17-inch front and 14-inch rear rims are durable and reduce unsprung weight for optimal suspension performance, big 220mm and 190mm disc brakes for precise control, and new Dunlop® MX3S® knobbies for exceptional traction. New Adjustable Rider Ergonomics New four-position adjustable handlebar mounts and taper-style handlebars allows the rider to tune the handlebar position to suit their size and preferences. Engine All-New YPVS Two-Stroke The 85cc liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine now features the Yamaha Power Valve System for broad, tractable power across the rev range without losing peak power at high rpm—improving driveability and reducing the need for frequent shifting. A new head and longer connecting rod design work together to boost compression ratio for enhanced power output, too. New Crankcase and Intake A new crankcase design features a spacer-style reed valve intake for improved gas flow, which inhales through a 28mm Keihin® flat-slide carburetor for seamless throttle response. New Expansion Chamber Matched to the improved output of the YPVS engine, the new expansion chamber optimizes exhaust gas flow for enhanced power delivery, especially in the low- and mid-range. Upgraded Transmission Revised for 2019, the transmission increases the width of selected gears to provide enhanced gear engagement and smoother shifts. High Capacity Radiator Lightweight radiator has large cores and louvers, and the water pump features a cast aluminum (vs. resin) impeller for maximum cooling efficiency. High-Flow Airbox Airbox design ensures excellent air cleaning performance and easy maintenance. Chassis/Suspension Fully-Adjustable Fork Lightweight 36mm KYB® inverted cartridge fork features 10.8 inches of travel with compression and rebound damping adjustability with low-friction outer tubes and internals. For 2019, one-piece outer tubes and new settings offer enhanced performance across a range of conditions and rider abilities. New lower fork guards provide protection and modern styling. Fully Adjustable Shock Rear suspension features fully adjustable Kayaba® link-type shock with 11.1 inches of travel and race-tested compression valving. The progressive linkage-type design improves bottoming resistance, while updated settings improved bump absorption and bottoming resistance allowing racers to charge harder and improve lap times. New Swingarm Design Redesigned swingarm features a new composite chain guide as well as updated chain adjusters for easier maintenance. Lightweight Subframe Compact rear subframe is removable for simplified servicing. Upgraded Brakes For 2019, a new front brake line improves braking feel, while wave-style brake discs offer improved self-cleaning and cooler-running performance. The 220mm front disc and 190mm rear disc deliver strong, precise stopping power. Lightweight Wheels Lightweight 17-inch front and 14-inch rear rims are durable and reduce unsprung weight for optimal suspension performance. High Performance Tires New for 2019 are Dunlop® MX3S® knobbies that provide exceptional traction on a variety of tracks and terrain.
  12. ThumperTalk

    Yamaha YZ85 2008

    1 review

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 84.7 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2-Stroke Valve Configuration: Reed Valve Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 6 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Dunlop
  13. Chris.GVS

    Yamaha YZ85 2016

    0 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE Engine Type: 85cc liquid-cooled 2-stroke; reed-valve inducted Bore x Stroke: 47.5mm x 47.8mm Compression Ratio: 8.1:1 Fuel Delivery: Keihin® PWK 28 Ignition: CDI Transmission: Constant-mesh 6-speed; multiplate wet clutch Final Drive: Chain CHASSIS Suspension / Front: Inverted fork; fully adjustable, 10.8-in travel Suspension / Rear: Single shock; fully adjustable, 11.1-in travel Brakes / Front: Hydraulic single disc, 220mm Brakes / Rear: Hydraulic single disc, 190mm Tires / Front: 70/100-17 Dunlop® Tires / Rear: 90/100-14 Dunlop® DIMENSIONS AND CURB WEIGHT L x W x H: 71.7 in x 29.9 in x 44.3 in Seat Height: 33.1 in Wheelbase: 49.5 in Rake (Caster Angle): 26.2° Trail: 3.5 in Maximum Ground Clearance: 13.0 in Fuel Capacity: 1.3 gal Wet Weight***: 157 lb WARRANTY Warranty: 30 Day (Limited Factory Warranty)
  14. NateGrimm

    Yamaha YZ85 (2003)

    0 comments

    Haven't rode it yet, working on rebuilding it right now.
  15. StruminWillys18

    Yamaha YZ85 (2010)

    0 comments

    Cant fault this bike! Pulls all day long!
  16. InfamousJayLynne

    Yamaha YZ85 (2002)

    0 comments

    mint 02 yz85. looking for advice on big wheel conversion.
  17. Hi guys. I have cr125 92' with fully stock setup, 13-53, sleeve My friend has yz85 08' with pro circuit silencer and ported - polished cylinder. don't know gearing We decided to drag race and yz just literally destroyed my cr, even at top speed. I asked for a ride on yz and was so amazed, how a 85 can go this nice, popping wheelies at 3rd gear without clutch and minimal force, when cr is almost impossible to get up at 3rd with clutch and all my strength. Weight difference between me and him is about 20-22kg, yz is also lighter than cr. So guys, any ideas why my cr sucks so much? can it year difference ( 2008 vs 1992)? can it be because i have sleeve instead of plating? Thanks!
  18. curtisw916

    Yamaha YZ85 (2005)

    0 comments

    fun little bike to whip around the trails.
  19. jake757

    Yamaha YZ85 (2006)

    0 comments

    The thing is great it rips around like crazy can pop a wheelie in 3rd gear with out the clutch lol
  20. Motocross_198

    California Glen Helen

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUigMCPtbrw Railin at Glen Helen on Billy's bike. GO!
  21. Thumper_650

    Yamaha YZ85 (2005)

    0 comments

    Fixer upper. Haven't rode it yet.
  22. Jontaccjr

    Aftermarket Pistons

    I want to get and put in a new piston for my yz85 before I sell it ... What is a good brand of Pistons for 2strokes or Yamaha i don't know what piston is in the bike but it ran well over 60 hours and took a beating and is still good but I'm sure it needs to be replaced ... Thank you for your time
  23. MotorbikeMike17

    YZ85 forks on a TTR125?

    I'm wondering if i can put yz85 forks on my ttr125? will this raise the ride hight?
  24. FadedVoices

    Yamaha YZ85 (2003)

    0 comments

    Amazing bike!
  25. Bryan Bosch

    Yamaha YZ85 2018

    0 reviews

    HOW CHAMPIONS GET THEIR START. Light, nimble and packed with race‑winning DNA. Top Features Modern Styling Aggressive, modern styling includes the front fender, number plate, radiator shroud and side number plates. Adjustable Controls Clutch lever reach adjuster to accommodate smaller hands for younger riders. Compact Two-Stroke Powerplant Liquid-cooled, 85cc crankcase reed-valve-inducted six-speed is light, compact and designed to deliver hard-hitting, moto-winning power throughout the rpm range. Close-Ratio Transmission Smooth-shifting, six-speed close-ratio transmission with heavy duty multiplate clutch delivers maximum hookup for outstanding acceleration and corner-exiting power. Strong, Compact Frame Ultra-rigid, single-backbone, semi-double-cradle frame is lightweight and strong for sharp handling. Race-Ready Suspension Fully adjustable suspension allows a broad adjustment range to suit everybody from rank novice to mini expert. Engine Compact, Powerful Two-Stroke 85cc liquid-cooled, crankcase reed-valve-inducted, two-stroke engine inhales through a 28mm Keihin® flat-slide carburetor; seamless throttle response across the powerband is the result. Reliable Clutch Design Involute spline set-up in clutch means smoother shifting under power with great durability at competition-level usage. A two-piece clutch cover provides easy access during maintenance. High Capacity Radiator Lightweight radiator has large cores and louvers, and the water pump features a cast aluminum (vs. resin) impeller for maximum cooling efficiency. Race-Tuned Exhaust Lightweight exhaust system design helps create a broader powerband with stronger low-end punch. High-Flow Airbox Airbox design ensures greater air cleaning performance and easier maintenance. Chassis/Suspension Lightweight Subframe Rear subframe is removable to allow easy maintenance. Fully-Adjustable Fork Lightweight 36mm KYB® inverted cartridge fork features 10.8 inches of travel with compression and rebound damping adjustability, and low-friction outer tubes and internals. Fully Adjustable Shock Rear suspension features fully adjustable Kayaba® link-type shock with 11.1 inches of travel and race-tested compression damping valving. High Performance Brakes 220mm front disc and 190mm rear disc brakes with stainless steel rotors deliver strong, precise stopping power. Lightweight Wheels Lightweight 17-inch front and 14-inch rear rims are durable and reduce unsprung weight for optimal suspension performance. Race-Ready Tires Dunlop® knobbies provide great traction on a variety of tracks and terrain.
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