Is the YZ 125 fast?

Is the YZ 125 fast?

Paradoxically, while not as powerful or as fast, the YZ125 is a blast to ride. The added dose of power down low makes it easy to get the blue bike up to speed with nary a touch of the clutch. And while it may not match the KTM’s numbers at high rpm, it does rev to 11,700 rpm before falling off the pipe.

How much HP does a YZ 125 make?

The engine produces 35 hp (26 kW). The YZ125 has been built with five- or six-speed manual sequential gearbox depending on model year….Yamaha YZ125.

Manufacturer Yamaha
Engine 124 cc (7.6 cu in) reed valve two-stroke single
Power 35 hp (26 kW)
Transmission 5- or 6-speed sequential manual
Suspension Mono-shock, 13 inches travel

What happens if you put a 2-stroke exhaust on a 4 stroke?

The expansion chamber from a 2-stroke would not work well on a 4-stroke. If you go with two silencers, be sure the pipes are long enough between the exhaust and the silencer.

What kind of racing pipes does a Yamaha YZ have?

1982 Yamaha YZ 490 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) 1977 – 1978 Yamaha YZ 400 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) 1979 Yamaha YZ 250 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) 1978 Yamaha YZ 250 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR)

What did Yamaha do to the YZ125 cylinder?

First up was a new cylinder that repositioned the YPVS (Yamaha Power Valve System) drum closer to the exhaust port for better sealing. The new cylinder also featured revised porting and a new combustion chamber for better flow and a cleaner burn.

When did the Yamaha YZ125 tuning fork come out?

In 1993, Yamaha looked to break its string of disappointing tiddlers with an all-new YZ125. Photo Credit: Yamaha It is no secret that Yamaha’s YZ125 endured a tough run in the late eighties and early nineties. During that era, the tuning-fork-tiddlers were repeatedly outclassed by their rivals.

What kind of exhaust pipes are in a Yamaha TM 250?

1980 – 1981 Yamaha YZ 250 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) 1983 Yamaha 490 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) 1973 – 1975 Suzuki TM 125 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR) Suzuki RM 370/400 | Pro-Form Racing Pipes (PFR)