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8/10/2017 3:43 AM

I am looking for a full mod 125 possibly a 150 I am interested in 06- yz 125 , 16-17 ktm/husky , 04-rm125, possibly kawi but let me know what you have may entertain others . Thanks

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8/10/2017 5:18 AM

Not sure what you mean by a full mod 125, but i do have my 125 up for sale on here. It is a 2010 model yz.

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8/10/2017 5:19 AM

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8/10/2017 6:36 AM

jones4490 wrote:

Not sure what you mean by a full mod 125, but i do have my 125 up for sale on here. It is a 2010 model yz.

I mean , motor has been built , suspension , wheels etc your bike is nice but looking for one with motor work already done .

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8/10/2017 8:00 AM

We have 2 17 KTM 125s. One is stock with 40 hrs. The other is has a full Lynks motor, FMF pipe, titanium silencer with less than 10 hrs. Also have a 2016 KTM 125 with a full Lynks motor, AER 48 forks, Traxx shock. Not sure on the total run time, but engine was completely rebuilt less than 15 hrs ago. All bikes priced to sell. Mov8ng up to 250Fs.

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8/10/2017 9:15 AM

2003 KX 125

144 on race gas
Pro Circuit silencer
Near mint condition
Just changed the original chain and sprockets last week

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

8/10/2017 10:47 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/10/2017 1:23 PM

BobPA wrote:

2003 KX 125

144 on race gas
Pro Circuit silencer
Near mint condition
Just changed the original chain and sprockets last week

Thanks Bob but mainly looking for 125's or stroked motors

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8/10/2017 4:14 PM

2014 TM 144MX
Crankworks balanced crank
Porting/head mod by Roth Racing
Top/bottom end done at 19hrs, currently at 34 total
Clear tank, rubber mounted bar clamps, KYB 48mm AOSS front end, fresh Rubber/chain/sprockets, near new condition, lots of spares

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8/10/2017 4:16 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

2014 TM 144MX
Crankworks balanced crank
Porting/head mod by Roth Racing
Top/bottom end done at 19hrs, currently at 34 total
Clear tank, rubber mounted bar clamps, KYB 48mm AOSS front end, fresh Rubber/chain/sprockets, near new condition, lots of spares

Damn that would be a sweet ride!!

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8/10/2017 4:37 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

2014 TM 144MX
Crankworks balanced crank
Porting/head mod by Roth Racing
Top/bottom end done at 19hrs, currently at 34 total
Clear tank, rubber mounted bar clamps, KYB 48mm AOSS front end, fresh Rubber/chain/sprockets, near new condition, lots of spares

Send me pics and info to 812-212-6583 thanks

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8/10/2017 4:38 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/10/2017 4:39 PM

werner822 wrote:

I am looking for a full mod 125 possibly a 150 I am interested in 06- yz 125 , 16-17 ktm/husky , 04-rm125, possibly kawi but let me know what you have may entertain others . Thanks

You want an 08+ YZ 125, that was the model with the latest updates. If you wanted a YZ 250 you would go 06+.

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8/10/2017 4:41 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

2014 TM 144MX
Crankworks balanced crank
Porting/head mod by Roth Racing
Top/bottom end done at 19hrs, currently at 34 total
Clear tank, rubber mounted bar clamps, KYB 48mm AOSS front end, fresh Rubber/chain/sprockets, near new condition, lots of spares

Why was the top and bottom end done at 19 hours? And considering that, does it mean it has to be done again in another 4 hours when it hits 38 hours tongue .

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8/10/2017 5:04 PM

I did the top end at 18hrs just because I'd planned to all along, in the winter. I reassembled and ran it for 1 hour and cooked the big end bearing, air leak I presume.. I sent the whole engine to Roth to go all out on, turbo crank, everything. He wasn't able to drill the crank halves as they are hardened so just got it balanced and rebuilt with all OEM parts and the top end mods. The bottom end is already matched and transmission polished from the factory so no extra work was put into it.

I'd do the top end again at 40h, if you put it back together properly unlike me, the bottom end should be good for a long time to come.

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8/10/2017 6:17 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

I did the top end at 18hrs just because I'd planned to all along, in the winter. I reassembled and ran it for 1 hour and cooked the big end bearing, air leak I presume.. I sent the whole engine to Roth to go all out on, turbo crank, everything. He wasn't able to drill the crank halves as they are hardened so just got it balanced and rebuilt with all OEM parts and the top end mods. The bottom end is already matched and transmission polished from the factory so no extra work was put into it.

I'd do the top end again at 40h, if you put it back together properly unlike me, the bottom end should be good for a long time to come.

I was just shit stirring devil .
A mate just bought the 2017 144 EN. It's a weapon. I'll invest in a TM one day, been a big fan for years.

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8/10/2017 7:28 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

I did the top end at 18hrs just because I'd planned to all along, in the winter. I reassembled and ran it for 1 hour and cooked the big end bearing, air leak I presume.. I sent the whole engine to Roth to go all out on, turbo crank, everything. He wasn't able to drill the crank halves as they are hardened so just got it balanced and rebuilt with all OEM parts and the top end mods. The bottom end is already matched and transmission polished from the factory so no extra work was put into it.

I'd do the top end again at 40h, if you put it back together properly unlike me, the bottom end should be good for a long time to come.

FTB wrote:

I was just shit stirring devil .
A mate just bought the 2017 144 EN. It's a weapon. I'll invest in a TM one day, been a big fan for years.

I figured so, but doesnt hurt to explain why the bottom end was done in under 20 hours anyways, lol.. Definitely not typical for these bikes.

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