1994 CR125

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9/20/2017 4:08 PM

Guy I work with finally caved and sold me his 94 CR125. Has an AMA Pro serial tag on the frame. Lots of old school graphics. Most were in too poor of shape to save, so I decided I'd give it a quick refresh and ride/race it next year while I rebuild my other project. It runs great. It was in need of some love when I first got it. Photo

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9/20/2017 4:37 PM

Started cleaning. Photo

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9/20/2017 5:05 PM

How it sits now. Some new graphics should be in the mail tomorrow. Photo

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9/21/2017 9:29 AM

8686 wrote:

How it sits now. Some new graphics should be in the mail tomorrow. Photo

I love the theme of this build. Going to do the same with my 96s no newer looking anodized parts I want it to look like it rolled off the track in 96 and hasn't been touched since

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9/22/2017 7:43 PM

Got the shroud graphics on. Just gonna be a rider for now. Photo

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9/23/2017 5:24 PM

Looks great!

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9/23/2017 11:31 PM

please address the rear chain guide!

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9/24/2017 8:20 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/24/2017 8:21 AM

SLOWTIME wrote:

please address the rear chain guide!

Lol. Not the only thing that still needs to be addressed. Cleaned a TON of spooge filth from the plastics near the silencer. Put a new spark plug in it. Had the wrong number in it. Need to pull the carb and check jetting. I'm guessing it still has the stock jetting. Everything I have read says the stock jetting was fat and to lean it out a jet size or two. Seems to be the case here.

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9/24/2017 3:07 PM

PC jetting is the way to go for the 93/94 cr125. Most importantly, get the needle they recommend.

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1/19/2018 8:21 AM

Update. Had to get the two-eight on there. Next up new chain, sprockets, rear chain guide, swingarm decals, and Turbinecore silencer. Also, picked up a 50 for my son’s first bike. Had to go old school to match Dad’s slow ass. Photo

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1/19/2018 7:10 PM

Still needs more love.

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1/20/2018 11:17 PM

I’d swap the red fender and fork guards. Looks good though.

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1/22/2018 5:52 AM

I have a really nice old school top clamp that I would sell you. Off of a 94 cr125Photo

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1/22/2018 3:19 PM

Turbinecore II and chain guide hit today. Got the silencer on. Looks awesome. Now on to chain, sprockets, and rear chain guide. Photo

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1/23/2018 1:01 PM

Was the old silencer stock or aftermarket?

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1/24/2018 9:44 AM

That 200x though.... meow!

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1/24/2018 2:26 PM

Why the turbine core silencer?? Unless youre riding it in the woods or at a park where theyre required id go with a fmf powercore shorty or pc 304 shorty.... My opinion of spark arrestors on 2 stromes, theyre the condoms of the dirtbike world....kills the feel of the power, bikes are much snappier and run better with a race silencer. Even running an OEM silencer back to back with a turbine core s/a there was a noticeable difference in response and power....the bike feels like it breathes so much better.

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1/25/2018 4:43 PM

I think the old one was stock. Not a marking anywhere on it. Going to hit the trails with my brother and his 87 RM125.

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2/2/2018 6:50 PM

motoXracer971 wrote:

I’d swap the red fender and fork guards. Looks good though.

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2/2/2018 7:00 PM

Much better

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4/18/2019 8:25 AM

Finally got around to new chain, sprockets, and rear chain guide. Please excuse the stand, my others are occupied. smile Photo

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