Honda CR125R ‘87

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1/14/2019 2:25 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/15/2019 3:22 AM

Hi, everybody. I'm new to your website. live in Russia. Here is has acquired itself an old Honda CR125R 1987 year. I will restore. I apologize in advance for the wrong text in some places. I use online translator, knowledge of English is below average.Photo
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CR125R '87

1/14/2019 2:28 AM

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1/14/2019 9:46 AM

Nice, very clean! Congratulations and welcome to vital!
What's the plan with the bike?

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1/14/2019 10:53 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/14/2019 10:56 AM

Banana_oil wrote:

Nice, very clean! Congratulations and welcome to vital!
What's the plan with the bike?

His condition is very good, so I think the work will not be very much. I will disassemble, Troubleshooting you to paint the frame, manufacture the label, which is missing on the frame. The engine has never climbed, only changed the piston and ring. And so many elements look almost new. I removed even the pump water, corrosion of magnesium did not see.
Here in Russia it is very difficult to spare parts for old motorcycles. And on eBay not everywhere delivery is available sad

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CR125R '87

1/14/2019 12:44 PM

Very nice example of a great bike....how would this be availible in Russia? Is it an import?

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1/14/2019 1:28 PM

Otlichno!

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1/14/2019 2:29 PM

Nice solid '87 you have there! From the looks of the pipe, wear on the clutch cover, and bike overall...it seems to be very low hour, and original. Any insight on its history? Are you going to ride/race it? There is a lot of accumulated knowledge on these Flash Red Honda's from this gang....so you are in good hands (somewhat). Welcome!

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1/14/2019 11:46 PM

mxracer106 wrote:

Nice solid '87 you have there! From the looks of the pipe, wear on the clutch cover, and bike overall...it seems to be very low hour, and original. Any insight on its history? Are you going to ride/race it? There is a lot of accumulated knowledge on these Flash Red Honda's from this gang....so you are in good hands (somewhat). Welcome!

He was 9000km away from me. In the city of Ussuriysk. He got there from Japan in 2012. Exploited really little. From aftermarket it only faces on the handlebars and protection on the bridge at the helm. I won't participate in competitions, I will restore and I will leave it for myself.

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CR125R '87

1/15/2019 3:02 AM

very nice looking bike! Congratulations.

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1/15/2019 3:11 AM

Tell me, where do you buy spare parts for a motorcycle of this year? I have already encountered many shops that answer that parts are out of production and it is impossible to find them.

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CR125R '87

1/15/2019 3:16 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/15/2019 3:18 AM

Today ordered the missing plate on the frame. made on the model. If the dimensions are different from the factory, make a correction, I do not have the opportunity to measure it. Photo

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CR125R '87

1/15/2019 8:05 AM

I express my deep gratitude to the user Luckynino for providing the manual. Photo
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CR125R '87

1/15/2019 8:32 AM

Nice bike!
I live in Sweden, so i know about high shipping cost..
When looking on ebay, Always ask seller for shipping! If they dont want to send to Russia, maby they can send to Latvia or other baltic country(if you know anyone there) i belive it is much easyer to send from baltic to Russia.

Here is a shop i have bought from, located in the Netherlands.
http://www.vmx-service.eu/en/
And Dentons in UK have very nice parts
https://www.phildentonengineering.com/
CMSL in Netherlands have som parts also
https://www.cmsnl.com/

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1/15/2019 10:32 PM

Faced the problem of finding spare parts, all the stores where I found, do not send to our country. can someone have an opportunity to help me? I will please. I need a slider and 2 stickers to protect the radiators. 87126-KS6-700 1pcs. 87127-KS6-700 1pcs. 52170-KS6-700 1pcs.

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CR125R '87

1/18/2019 1:21 PM

Try Partzilla.com and they can still can get most of what you need. Good luck with the build.

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1/31/2019 1:53 AM

Today Keihin PWK 33, a Chinese copy, came, I will make a donor of gaskets for my Keihin PJ34 from it. I will also make fixtures for adjusting the fuel level in the float chamber from its plug. Began partial disassembly and washing the motorcycle. Native carburetor was in excellent condition. Photo
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2/3/2019 10:25 PM

Made a plate on the frame. Photo

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2/5/2019 2:57 AM

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3/5/2019 10:49 AM

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3/20/2019 12:16 AM

I get the ordered parts. Anthers came forks. The right engine cover came from aluminum, ordered it for future use. Photo
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3/20/2019 2:43 AM

Hello, i see my manual was useful...this makes me happy as well wink

I just had the opportunity to ride such a 1987 CR 125 this weekend. It had a Mugen kit and was also plenty fast:
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It's the bike i'm following in the video below:

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3/20/2019 6:27 AM

luckynino wrote:

Hello, i see my manual was useful...this makes me happy as well wink

I just had the opportunity to ride such a 1987 CR 125 this weekend. It had a Mugen kit and was also plenty fast:
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It's the bike i'm following in the video below:

I am very grateful for the manual. In my country I could not find it.

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CR125R '87

3/20/2019 9:10 AM

Awesome 125CC motorbike trail!! I would like own one

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3/20/2019 9:11 AM
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3/21/2019 3:08 PM

Gryz13 wrote: Photo

How do you get the plate on? I need to replace mine?

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3/21/2019 8:05 PM

Replica. I did it for $ 3. The quality is very good.

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CR125R '87

3/21/2019 8:05 PM

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Brian_Bowles wrote:

How do you get the plate on? I need to replace mine?

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CR125R '87

3/21/2019 8:06 PM

Gryz13 wrote: Photo

Brian_Bowles wrote:

How do you get the plate on? I need to replace mine?

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3/22/2019 2:23 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/22/2019 2:25 AM

Brian, the original is aluminium and is riveted, so you can do like that or get a sticker

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3/22/2019 2:38 AM

TTperra wrote:

Brian, the original is aluminium and is riveted, so you can do like that or get a sticker

The plate on my photo of aluminum. Old rivets retained and put on the frame with the help of them, after having applied the adhesive base on the plate.

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