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Reply to Parting out 2004 rm125 project 7/16/2021 4:31 AM

Sub frame air box and carbon ignition cover sold.

Reply to Parting out 2004 rm125 project 7/13/2021 2:13 PM

Complete motor sold, electronics sold, exhaust and carb sold, plastics sold and shift forks from spare trans photo sold

Reply to Parting out 2004 rm125 project 7/13/2021 8:14 AM

Spare trans as well as some other parts $200 shipped in the US.

Reply to Parting out 2004 rm125 project 7/13/2021 7:25 AM

This is something I had laying around. Carbon ignition cover 0 hours $150 shipped in the US.

Reply to Looking for 2004+ rm125 rm250 swingarm 7/13/2021 5:53 AM

I just posted up a 2004 rm125 part out. I have one with all new bearings and Powder coated black with new graphics. It’s in great shape. This is the only close up picture I have of it until I get home later today. I will take 300 for

Reply to Area riders you thought would be factory stars. 2/13/2021 5:42 PM

Forgot Nick Evennou

Reply to Area riders you thought would be factory stars. 2/13/2021 5:30 PM

Brian Johnson

Reply to 2004 KX125 2/11/2021 1:33 PM

That’s what I thought. When you said you had carbon material it sounded like you had a sheet and just cut it. I was like how did he bend it, thought you had a trick I needed to know. Build looks great

Reply to 2004 KX125 2/11/2021 9:36 AM

How did you bend the carbon or did you make it yourself? Maybe I’m seeing things but it looks like there is a slight bend to the material? Not sure what your cutting and drilling with but I get some clean cuts with a glass diamond blade and I drill it ... more »

Reply to Part out: 04 YZ125 2/10/2021 5:16 PM

What do you want for the 08 bottomend?

Reply to 2006 RM 125 Spark Plug Heat Level #7 vs #8 1/30/2021 7:51 AM

I would only run the 8

Reply to 2002 rm125 school project (lots of pictures) 1/14/2021 9:36 AM

I would go for a 2012 or newer. You can use the Suzuki line as well. I believe you can use one as far back as 2009

Reply to Help identifying Suzuki suspension 1/11/2021 5:42 PM

Shock looks identical to one I have sitting in my garage off a 2007

Reply to 04 rm125 rebuild 1/1/2021 1:47 PM

Getting the rear caliper bracket ready for cerakote. Buffing is not necessary you can just clean it and go straight to sand blast but I like to get it nice and smooth then use 100 grit aluminum oxide media to blast. Incase your curious what I use for

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Reply to 04 rm125 rebuild 12/26/2020 3:14 PM

I do plan on adding all titanium hardware to both calipers including the pistons.

Reply to 04 rm125 rebuild 12/26/2020 3:13 PM

Since it’s winter and I have not finished this build I decided I’m going to take it much farther then I already have. I’m going to cut as much weight as possible and do some other stuff I have in mind. To start I decided to do ditch the 04 brakes and

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Reply to Scotch Brite 12/21/2020 9:04 PM

Maroon I haven’t been able to find any that work as good as the ones from Prymemx.com The little ones from Home Depot for a dremel work good they come in two packs ones brown and ones black.

Reply to Remember when?... 12/20/2020 6:15 PM

That guy hauled his bikes in a el Camino to every race at Budds creek and did the track walk in his underwear.

Reply to WTB: RMZ Yellow Wheelset & A Kit/Ohlins Suspension 12/14/2020 2:00 PM

Langhammx has a lot of that and great to deal with.

Reply to Where are the geico bikes 12/7/2020 5:26 PM

Carson Mumford