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Offline crc245

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2006 YZ125
« on: August 07, 2018, 09:43:09 PM »
Join the Fun Two Five club!


Already did the dirty work: Stripped down to the frame for proper greasing. Polished cases. All fresh and ready ride. Less than five hours of total time on this bike.

Break-in video here (just to ensure proper function, of course!): https://youtu.be/B3c5hGxXrUE

More information here: https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/mcy/d/2006-yamaha-yz125/6640653127.html

$3200 ProRide price and comes with tons of extras: OE springs, air filters, extra cylinder and head, etc.




















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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2018, 01:25:55 PM »
Are fees owed? If so, how much?

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #2 on: August 10, 2018, 11:17:14 PM »
No fees, according to my AAA rep; Never been in the CA system. Shoot me a PM and I can provide VIN

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #3 on: August 13, 2018, 08:12:51 AM »

If elmo wasn't putting all of his stock into managing Weimer's singing career, he'd be all over this.

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2018, 08:44:28 AM »

If elmo wasn't putting all of his stock into managing Weimer's singing career, he'd be all over this.

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2018, 09:39:12 PM »
dig the stock graphics and grips! where did you find this jewel? and why the rebuild if it looked like this?


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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2018, 10:47:08 PM »
dig the stock graphics and grips! where did you find this jewel? and why the rebuild if it looked like this?
Long story, but worth it for full disclosure. Bought it from the same owners as my 07' CR (https://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Bike-Builds,46/Last-New-2007-CR125,1324904) who didn't realize 2T's require premix :shock:

I'd guess the bikes had good gas from the dealer, but then they rode them a second day...Hence the clean, low hour units. Unlike my CR, however, this one started up and was still running when torn down. Cylinder and crank were much better off than my CR125, and I likely could have ran a hone through the cylinder and left the bottom-end alone, but that's not my style. Got a PC cylinder and head (stock parts included in the sale as well, to check wear and have for potential big-bore mods) to test and rebuilt her to my OCD specs: ProX rod kit with fresh bearings rebuilt at RaceTech, ProX piston kit, fresh mains, 7447ed the cases when apart, full frame teardown with proper greasing, coupled with the requisite shift stopper update (all 05/06 YZ125 owners need to replace these, ASAP). Rode it once after rebuild and realized instantly my CR fits better with my 6' frame. Was hoping the HP difference would sway me to the Blue Crew and I'd keep this as a personal steed, but went CR144 crazy instead 8)

If I can't get a reasonable amount for it, may just have to throw some black backgrounds with 338 in white on it!

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2018, 10:50:11 PM »
dig the stock graphics and grips! where did you find this jewel? and why the rebuild if it looked like this?
Long story, but worth it for full disclosure. Bought it from the same owners as my 07' CR (https://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Bike-Builds,46/Last-New-2007-CR125,1324904) who didn't realize 2T's require premix :shock:

I'd guess the bikes had good gas from the dealer, but then they rode them a second day...Hence the clean, low hour units. Unlike my CR, however, this one started up and was still running when torn down. Cylinder and crank were much better off than my CR125, and I likely could have ran a hone through the cylinder and left the bottom-end alone, but that's not my style. Got a PC cylinder and head (stock parts included in the sale as well, to check wear and have for potential big-bore mods) to test and rebuilt her to my OCD specs: ProX rod kit with fresh bearings rebuilt at RaceTech, ProX piston kit, fresh mains, 7447ed the cases when apart, full frame teardown with proper greasing, coupled with the requisite shift stopper update (all 05/06 YZ125 owners need to replace these, ASAP). Rode it once after rebuild and realized instantly my CR fits better with my 6' frame. Was hoping the HP difference would sway me to the Blue Crew and I'd keep this as a personal steed, but went CR144 crazy instead 8)

If I can't get a reasonable amount for it, may just have to throw some black backgrounds with 338 in white on it!

that thing is a steal at that price! if I didn't just get a new one I'd take it from you right now!  :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #8 on: August 25, 2018, 07:35:04 PM »
1500? 😁
Nac-Nac who’s there?

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #9 on: August 25, 2018, 09:08:17 PM »
dig the stock graphics and grips! where did you find this jewel? and why the rebuild if it looked like this?
Long story, but worth it for full disclosure. Bought it from the same owners as my 07' CR (https://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Bike-Builds,46/Last-New-2007-CR125,1324904) who didn't realize 2T's require premix :shock:

I'd guess the bikes had good gas from the dealer, but then they rode them a second day...Hence the clean, low hour units. Unlike my CR, however, this one started up and was still running when torn down. Cylinder and crank were much better off than my CR125, and I likely could have ran a hone through the cylinder and left the bottom-end alone, but that's not my style. Got a PC cylinder and head (stock parts included in the sale as well, to check wear and have for potential big-bore mods) to test and rebuilt her to my OCD specs: ProX rod kit with fresh bearings rebuilt at RaceTech, ProX piston kit, fresh mains, 7447ed the cases when apart, full frame teardown with proper greasing, coupled with the requisite shift stopper update (all 05/06 YZ125 owners need to replace these, ASAP). Rode it once after rebuild and realized instantly my CR fits better with my 6' frame. Was hoping the HP difference would sway me to the Blue Crew and I'd keep this as a personal steed, but went CR144 crazy instead 8)

If I can't get a reasonable amount for it, may just have to throw some black backgrounds with 338 in white on it!
If crc245 hands have been on this bike than it’s good to go👍 No worries 👍

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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #10 on: August 30, 2018, 03:35:34 PM »
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who didn't realize 2T's require premix :shock:

How is that even possible?


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Re: 2006 YZ125
« Reply #11 on: September 21, 2018, 10:44:30 PM »
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who didn't realize 2T's require premix :shock:

How is that even possible?



They had a CRF70 and 110 in the garage too: Assuming all four bikes were purchased together as a Family deal, and they just didn't know any better :(

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