Cr 125 1995

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7/2/2017 3:09 PM

I just built up a 95 cr 125..
Not been on the track yet however one or two passes up the street (trying not to let the world know I have bikes)

I feel I need to fine tune the jetting/settings although maybe it's just the fact that my primary bike is 95 cr 500 and after that anything will be bad and slow..

So just looking for any advise on setting up a 125 cr at sea level in Florida, I have a stock front pipe at the moment and a pro circuit silencer, polished ports and that's it everything else stock.

Let me know your settings

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7/2/2017 5:31 PM

You need to do a chop test to be sure of the jetting. The owners and service manuals for your bike go into great detail on the jetting.

Paw Paw

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7/3/2017 8:08 PM

I have a pwk on the way for my 95 cr125. Hope to find someone who has done the swap to compare notes with

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7/4/2017 5:45 AM

I went with Pro Circuit jetting specs on my 95 CR125 and it runs reasonable.

Did you buy new stuff or clean the old jets?

Also is your power valve set up correctly? I have a manual if you need one.

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7/4/2017 12:36 PM

I got it running decent but still sluggish off the bottom and trying to pick up out of turns..

I dropped the needle by raising the clip so now I'm on the 2nd position (helped out a fair amount)

I started playing with the power valve I turned it both ways I thought it was better when I turned it counter clockwise and just over the angle of the cylinder if that makes sense.

Although I don't have a manual to see which is best..
still very sluggish off the bottom,and need to bring high revs

I heard in the grapevine that a 98 to 2000 powervale will fit straight in and help out..

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