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2002 Yamaha TT125
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2002 Yamaha TT125

Date Updated June 25, 2001

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Average Rating

88/100

Photos

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Specifications

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2002 Yamaha TT125 Specifications
  Engine

Displacement

124 cc

Bore x Stroke

54 mm x 54 mm

Engine Features

SOHC

Compression Ratio

10.0:1

Engine Cooling

Air
  Carburetion

Carburetor

20mm Mikuni
  Transmission

Transmission

5 - speed
  Chassis

Wheelbase

49.2 in

Ground Clearance

10.4 in

Seat Height

30.5 in

Weight, dry

172 pounds

Fuel Tank Capacity

1.7 gallons
  Forks

Forks

telescopic

Fork Travel

7.1 in

Fork Preload

Internal
  Shock

Shock(s)

single

Shock Travel

6.3 in

Shock Preload

External
  Wheels and Tires

Front Wheel

17 in

Brakes

Drum/Drum
  Other Information

Intended Use

Learner, Play Bike

Color Scheme

blue

Cost when new

$2399

Country of Origin

Japan

2002 Yamaha TT125 Reviews
fox_1414

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Posts: 1

Posted: Aug 5, 2006 9:59 AM   Back to Top
not too bad took a beating (Score:1)
Power
the power is good until u get used to it then it gets kinda boring. good for first gear and second gear wheelies
Ergonomics
well im 5'11" so it is a bit small for me but other than that its pretty comfortable
Suspension, Front
pretty soft but good for cruising
Suspension, Rear
same as front only a bit harsher
Brakes
good no good for stoppies though
Comments
overall its pretty good but if u are kinda big or want alot of power then look for a larger displacemeny..or a motocross bike.. but for cruising and playin around its the perfect bike
Rating
90
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comchef3
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Reviews: 2

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Jul 31, 2003

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Posted: Jul 31, 2003 2:06 PM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
hmmm..... Well my Xr100 can smoke it anywhere... And well it stinks because it is a Yamaha.
Suspension
Well it's soft but it's for trails not for jumping , my xr100's
suspension is the same way
Brakes
o.k.....
Comments
I suggest a xr100 to anyone over this
Rating
60
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vidkid
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Reviews: 1

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Oct 21, 2002

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Posted: Oct 21, 2002 8:28 PM   Back to Top
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Power
Its the best I've road.(don't ride much)
Suspension
It's nice
Brakes
The brakes are good
Comments
I don't have one, but my friend has one.
Do you know were I can get a good cheap one.
Rating
100
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chris-kdxracer
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Oct 8, 2002

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Posted: Oct 8, 2002 11:28 AM   Back to Top
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Power
great wheelies without the clutch. sucky top end
Suspension
sucks. bottoms out in front and back
Brakes
good front
Comments
if flipped back fender and exhaust will break.
Rating
80
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CronicRidah259
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Aug 7, 2002

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Posted: Aug 7, 2002 9:19 PM   Back to Top
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Power
Excellent power,my dad has got a road king and a sportster harley davidson and hes still suprised on how much power it has..Ive been on trails over logs,through creeks,and uphills and it still runs great.
Suspension
The suspention is also great,although i wouldnt recomend racing with this bike,i tried it and ripped the suspention and bottomed it all out.Trust me it a pain to fix all that so keep it on the trails.I put new suspension in it that is made for racing and they are the best.Go to www.ttr125l.com to see some mods.
Brakes
The front brakes were really good but i crossed them over to disc front so i would have better stoping while i raced and well the back brakes...who uses em any way the front are more important.
Comments
The only thing i would reconmend is to get the front brake crossed over to disc(works like a charm),get new suspension that is made for racing,get a new metal or alluminum skid plate(trust me on this one,u go over a big rock and theres a whole lotta trouble,get a new fmf core 4 or a pro circuit T-4 exaust system installed,and a little goodie mod is try spray painting the foot pegs in a glossy blue and be sure to put a water resistant and weather resistant coat over it and it looks great but be sure to do that off of the bike.After all that your ready to hit the track and look great while your there.If youve still got a dime in your pocket after all of that then i would suggest in getting a Renthal handle bar for lighter wieght and it looks cool to.
THIS IS THE PERFECT BIKE FOR
A INSPIRING NEW RIDER.
Rating
100
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Yamahaman125
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Reviews: 1

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Aug 2, 2002

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Posted: Aug 2, 2002 11:37 AM   Back to Top
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Power
Its got great power but if u wanna go really fast and have a throaty sound buy the FMF Powercore 4
Suspension
good suspension never had a problem with that
Brakes
really good front brake okay back
Comments
good overall bike for trails and for MX tracks
Rating
100
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