2005 Yamaha TT-R 125L

2005 Yamaha TT-R 125L pictures, prices, information, and specifications.
MSRP
$2,499
Type
Off-Road
Insurance
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Model Type
Off-Road
MSRP
$2,499
Dealers
Warranty
3
Insurance
Finance
Generic Type (Primary)
Off-Road
Manufacturer Country
Japan
Parent Company
Yamaha
Display Name
TT-R 125L
Year
2005
Make
Yamaha
Engine Type
Single-Cylinder
Cylinders
1
Engine Stroke
4-Stroke
Cooling
Air
Valves
2
Valves Per Cylinder
2
Valve Configuration
SOHC
Bore (mm/in)
54 / 2.13
Stroke (mm/in)
54 / 2.13
Displacement (cc/ci)
124 / 7.6
Compression Ratio
10.0:1
Starter
Kick
Fuel Requirements
Regular
Fuel Type
Gas
Carburetion Brand
Mikuni
Fuel Injector
No
Carburetor
Yes
Number Of Carburetors
1
Carburetor Size (mm)
20
Carburetion Type
Carburetor
Transmission Type
Manual
Number Of Speeds
5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)
Chain
Reverse
No
Wheels Composition
Aluminum
Front Tire Width
70
Front Tire Aspect Ratio
100
Front Wheel Diameter
19
Rear Tire Width
90
Rear Tire Aspect Ratio
100
Rear Wheel Diameter
16
Front Tire (Full Spec)
70/100 R19
Rear Tire (Full Spec)
90/100 R16
Front Brake Type
Disc
Front Brake Diameter (in/mm)
8.7 / 220
Rear Brake Type
Drum
Rear Brake Diameter (in/mm)
4.3 / 110
Front Suspension Type
Telescopic Fork
Front Suspension Size (in/mm)
1.2 / 30
Front Travel (in/mm)
7.1 / 180.3
Front Adjustable Fork Pre-Load
No
Front Adjustable Rebound Damping
No
Front Central Suspension Strut
No
Steering Damper
No
Rear Suspension Type
Twin Sided Swing Arm
Rear Travel (in/mm)
6.6 / 167.6
Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-Load
No
Rear Adjustable Rebound Damping
No
Number Rear Shock Absorbers
1
Rear Suspension Material
Aluminum
Air Adjustable
No
Steering Control
Handlebar
Length (ft)
6.18
Width (in/mm)
31.3 / 795
Height (in/mm)
42.7 / 1084.6
Wheelbase (in/mm)
50 / 1270
Ground Clearance (in/mm)
11.6 / 294.6
Length (ft/ft)
6
Length (ft/in)
2.2
Dry Weight (lbs/kg)
172 / 78
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)
1.74 / 6.6
Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)
0.69
Seat Type
One-Piece
Adjustable
No
Seat Material
Vinyl
Seat Location
Driver
Folding
No
Seat Height (in/mm)
31.7 / 805.2
Number Of Seats
1
Frame
Steel
Body Material
Plastic
Hand Grips
Standard
Foot Peg Location
Driver
Drive Shaft Guard
No
Fork Guards
Yes
Saddle Bag Guard
No
Tank Guard
No
Belt Guard
No
Hand Guards
No
Brush Guard
No
Light Guard
No
Exterior Covers
Standard
Front Fender
Standard
Rear Fender
Standard
Stand Type
Kick
Handlebars
Standard
Skid Plate
Standard
Warranty (Months/Condition)
3 / Limited
Battery Warranty (Months)
0
Metallic
No
Decal Kit
Standard
User Reviews
2 reviews
  • Amazing
    By  (I am an Owner) on Feb 05, 2015

    This bike is absolutely amazing. It's light and has a lot of power. This was my second bike and I loved it. Its really fast for a smaller bike.

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  • Yamaha TT-R 125 vs. Honda XR(CRF) 100 R
    By  (I am an Owner) on Nov 22, 2010

    Yamaha TT-R 125

    Pros.

    This bike has an outrageous amount of power,I've hit 56 mph on it.

    The choke is on the handle bar making it easyer to use.

    The exhaust pipe is tighter to the frame shape ...

    Handl...es on the back fenders make the bike easy to grip and move from the back.

    cons.

    The Yamaha is a cold blooded bike so it can take a wile to start(2-6 minutes).

    Honda XR(CRF) 100 R

    pros.

    although not as powerful the TT-R the XR can still haul.

    The XR starts promptly

    cons.

    The exhaust pipe wraps around the right, making the carb hard to remove.

    Yamaha TT-R 125 vs.Honda XR(CRF) 100 R

    The XR is a slightly tamer than the

    TT-R which makes it a better starter bike,but even the newest rider could move up to the TT-R in a few days.

    Although it is only 25cc larger than the XR the TT-R feels like it has much more power.

    The starter on the XR has a pour two piece design that wares out quicker than the TT-R's one piece.

    The Yamahas air filter is tool free vs. the Hondas which is buried under the seat and fenders

    The TT-R is smaller in size than the XR (shorter and fatter) but feels larger.

    Over all both of the bikes are good quality,the Honda is a better starter bike and the Yamaha is more powerful. If your buying one of these bikes used as a fix-er up-er the Yamaha is much easyer to work on than the Honda. In the end the TT-R is just a bit better than the XR,but both are vary good machines and neither is bad.

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