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Old 09-02-2009, 10:09 PM   #1
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Oil starvation on a yz125?

I have a yz125 I was wanting to practice doing wheelies and stuff on, but I don't want it to starve for oil. Does anybody know if this is an issue, could I just put in some extra oil?
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Old 09-03-2009, 03:39 PM   #2
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i don't it should be a problem.. I used to ride some long wheelies on my old mx bikes 2 and 4 stroke and i never had any issues... and I love riding on the back wheel.
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I have a yz125 I was wanting to practice doing wheelies and stuff on, but I don't want it to starve for oil. Does anybody know if this is an issue, could I just put in some extra oil?
a yz125 will not be a problem If it's getting fuel it's getting oil.
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Old 09-03-2009, 04:01 PM   #4
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a yz125 will not be a problem If it's getting fuel it's getting oil.
Oh yeah, now I feel tarded. The whole premix thing slipped my mind.
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Oh yeah, now I feel tarded. The whole premix thing slipped my mind.
what a goober
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:06 PM   #7
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Hey that's not nice.
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Old 09-04-2009, 12:23 AM   #9
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, par of the reason I want to practice on the dirt if I up it doesn't hurt as much.
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i have a real hard time doing wheelies on my 125. its sketchy
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i have a real hard time doing wheelies on my 125. its sketchy
Slow speed or at higher speeds, cuz in 2nd and 3rd gear it's a breeze to get up. It's actually a 134 that may help a little.
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Slow speed or at higher speeds, cuz in 2nd and 3rd gear it's a breeze to get up. It's actually a 134 that may help a little.
real slow. if you crash going fast its gunna hurt no matter what surface your on dirt or pavement. if your serious about learnin i would hop on a 50. cheap and always fun even if you dont use it for wheelie practice. the 125 power band was all at once or nothing. made it hard to ride. and those big wheels! side to side balance going slow was a pain! fast is easy though. no brakes just floatin. but everyone can do that. thats not as cool as watching all your buddies go by you in a wheelie while you slow down
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real slow. if you crash going fast its gunna hurt no matter what surface your on dirt or pavement. if your serious about learnin i would hop on a 50. cheap and always fun even if you dont use it for wheelie practice. the 125 power band was all at once or nothing. made it hard to ride. and those big wheels! side to side balance going slow was a pain! fast is easy though. no brakes just floatin. but everyone can do that. thats not as cool as watching all your buddies go by you in a wheelie while you slow down
Well then I need someone to gift me a 50. Or trade for a mostly re-assembled 125.
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Well then I need someone to gift me a 50. Or trade for a mostly re-assembled 125.
I have a 50. But I might be swapping it for a car.
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if its a yz, its mixed. if its a yzf, well, you know the rest.
Btw intermission, there have been some clean phiftys on HCL lately for cheap. seen a few go for less than $500 that were clean and stock.
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