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2008 Yamaha TT-R 125L

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2008 Yamaha TT-R 125L

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2008 Yamaha TT-R 125L Specifications

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Model Type  Off-Road
BASE MSRP(US)  $2,699.00
Dealers Yamaha Dealers
Warranty  3
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Engine:  
Engine Type  Single-Cylinder
Cylinders  1
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Cooling  Air
Valves  2
Valves Per Cylinder  2
Valve Configuration  SOHC
Compression Ratio  10.0:1
Starter  Kick
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas
Transmission:  
Transmission Type  Manual
Number Of Speeds  5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Chain
Wheels & Tires:  
Front Tire (Full Spec)  70/100 R19 42M
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  90/100 R16 52M
Brakes:  
Front Brake Type  Disc
Rear Brake Type  Drum
Technical Specifications:  
Wheelbase (in/mm)  50 / 1270
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  1.6 / 6.1

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Just fine as is
By wayne huff(Owner), Nov. 28, 2009
This is more a response to the other review, low compression.

I don't think it would be possible to have a ratio that high. It is perfect. If it had a bigger bore it would not be a 125.

The bike is a rock solid bullet proof trail bike that is just a little smaller than a full size. As in 18"... Read Full Review

 

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Surefooted friend (with torque!)
By MB(Owner), Mar. 3, 2012
A great little trail bike with lots of low end torque for the sticky "Dang! I'd better get on the gas NOW" situations that off-road beginners like me get themselves into. I ride the same gullied, sandy, rooted, tight trails that my woods racer husband does (I'm a 'tad' slower...) and this... Read Full Review

 

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low compression ratio
By Joseph Kearney(Owner), Feb. 19, 2009
30:1 would be better and r18 on the back seems like a good idea. the bore could be bigger but the overall performance is great Read Full Review

 

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