How much horsepower does a 125 2 stroke have?
The YZ125 has a 124 cc (7.6 cu in) reed valve-inducted two-stroke engine. It was air cooled from 1974 to 1980, and liquid cooled since 1981. It has a Mikuni 38 mm TMX series carburetor. The engine produces 35 hp (26 kW).
How much does a Yamaha 125 2 stroke cost?
2020 Yamaha YZ125 Claimed Specifications
|Bore x Stroke||54.0 x 54.5mm|
Whats faster A 125 2 stroke or 250 4 stroke?
Which is Faster 250 4 Stroke or 125 2 Stroke? A modern 250 4 stroke will be faster than a 125 2 stroke 9 times out of 10. It has almost twice the low-end torque, making it easier to ride, and the peak horsepower is close to the same.
How fast does a Yamaha MT 125 go?
|Top speed & performance|
|Max torque||8.5 ft-lb|
|Top speed||80 mph|
|1/4 mile acceleration||–|
|Tank range||292 miles|
How fast does a KX100 2 stroke go?
The acceleration gravity provides is 32 m/s/s or 32 meters per second per second or 32 meters per (second squared). A KX100 falling straight down off a long cliff will get moving very fast, very quickly. That would most likely be the ONLY way one would get that bike to 100+MPH.
What was the year of the Yamaha YZ125?
For 1991, Yamaha looked to capitalize on their momentum with an all-new YZ125. In 1990, The YZ had been a solid performer, but no stand-out in any one category. Its power was punchy, but short on breadth and its chassis was stable, but less accurate than the competition.
What kind of shocks does a Yamaha YZ125 have?
For the first two years it was made with dual rear shocks, then changing to a monoshock. The YZ125 has been ridden to five AMA National Motocross Championships, and multiple AMA Regional Supercross Championships. In 2001, Yamaha released a bike designed to complement the YZ125, the four-stroke YZ250F.
What was the name of the 1991 Yamaha YZ?
For 1991, Yamaha went whole-hog on the new YZ. An all-new frame was spec’d and bolted to new suspension front and rear. New bodywork was designed and painted a bright new coat of magenta unlike anything previously seen from conservative Yamaha.
What kind of fork does a Yamaha YZ125 use?
The YZ125 used a conventional telescopic fork tube through 1988, then in 1989, added the first upside-down fork. A very well knows the amount of riders have chosen this as their go-to bike, such as AMA Champ Dom Barbuto and his brother Nick Barbuto, and X-Games medalist Kyle Ford.