RM125 or the CR125

Old 03-23-2006, 09:58 PM
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

i have two rm125's and if you're looking to ride trails at all, then go with a 4-stroke, there are times when you get yourself in places where a 2-stroke will foul out if not properly maintenanced and tuned(and ridden). RM's power is a on and off switch. My advice to you would be to go with a 4-stroke honda no matter if it lacks a little power, there's always mods.
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

ive got an rm125 03 model, ive had it for a year now, and i totally recomend them. Ive never had any problems with it, and have ridden it round some tight woods where i live, and i loved it. But for just wood riding i would get the KDX you mentioned or similar, as its got a KX250 lump in it, and is fast, and isnt prone to seizure or melting as quick in the woods than an MXer.
But if you want MX, get the RM!
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

my honest oponion.... Yamaha. Crazy wide powerband, really rich in the middle good overrev, and doesn't bog like my 2 buddies RM's do, one of them even has added weight to thier flywheel to keep that engine turning, but I still beat them out of tight turns.

Why a 125? just general question is all


Oh too stay on topic. Go with Honda/Yamaha, I shine away from Kawi and Zuki...

I've owned when I was younger a DS80, and a RM125. I now own a YZ250.

Do some research on the 99-2000 Yamahas 125/250, it pretty much owns.
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

If I was buying bike to ride in the woods, race or stunt I would have to the Yamaha 250f. It is a all around bike. Great low in power and on the high side.

Take your time and do your homework.
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

Originally Posted by **superstunna**
if ur getting a knew bike go with a yamaha , they make the best 2 stroke motors and the fastest...
WRONG WRONG WRONGGGGGG KTM makes the best 2 stroke motors..way faster than any yamaha....just ask kenny bartrum......yamaha leads the 4 strokes by far.....what can i say that yz450f is a mean ***** ****a:YEAH
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Re: RM125 or the CR125

Originally Posted by spazi-MOTO
one of them even has added weight to thier flywheel to keep that engine turning, but I still beat them out of tight turns.
Haha, a heavier flywheel and a 125 go together like a KKK member and jesse jackson.

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i have an '03 yz 250 and it hauls ***..it's a little tricky on the tight trails though becase it wants to run. the yz 125 might be a good option
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