Yamaha WR 125 R 2011

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The DTR 125 is no longer, the one that plunged us back into the fabulous history of the 125 DTMX; and the XT 125 feels the age of its technology weighing in on it. For the epic trail in 125 at Yamaha, the renewal has class. The new machine is called WR, a more sporty, more nervous lineage, inspired by the 4-stroke cross country competitions that the brand is developing in tuning forks..

Despite the less and less popular craze for this kind of all-purpose machine, Yam continues his love affair with the 125 trail. And good for everyone, because these bikes are ready for a lot of versatility, ranging from high school in the morning to the cross country ride in the afternoon..

The WR 125 R gives itself something to flatter the owner, with a sporty line that is not unpleasant at all. We must admit that the WR 250 landed last year gave him some ideas on the style. The small WR’s 4-stroke mono comes from the sporty YZF-R 125. If its 15 horsepower felt a bit tight in the mini R1, they will be more lively in the WR, especially as the ‘intake and exhaust have been retouched for more responsiveness – on a typical enduro trail, we look more for the response at mid-range than the horses in the towers.

Since its 41 mm fork and its TT physique close to a racing version, the WR 125 R could almost fart with its equipment. Its factory-type enduro footpegs, its folding selector, the large suspension travel and the generous ground clearance allow you to venture into many corners where the asphalt has not yet eaten the earth. . Having fun in soft terrain and taking yourself for a dakar-man, the Yam allows you to do so thanks to a handlebar / saddle / footrest triangle favoring standing piloting; the tank and the saddle have been designed to allow the rider to easily move forwards or backwards.

This is enough to give back to many people the desires of simple, playful, and funny TT. Only the price makes it less accessible than its ancestors. Its single cylinder and its equipment explains the inflation.

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      Performances

      • Max speed:
        about 120 km / h

      The technical aspect

      Yamaha WR 125 R 2011

      • Frame
      • Frame: Double steel cradle
      • Tank: 8.5 liters
      • Seat height: 930 mm
      • Length: 2,180 mm
      • Width: 835 mm
      • Height: 1220 mm
      • Wheelbase: 1,430 mm
      • Operating weight: 133 kg
      • Train before
      • Telescopic fork Ø 41 mm, deb: 240 mm
      • 1 disc Ø 240 mm, 2 piston caliper
      • Front wheel:

        80/90
        – 21

      Yamaha WR 125 R 2011 technical

      • Transmission
      • 6-speed gearbox
      • Final transmission by chain
      • Rear axle
      • Mono-shock absorber, deb: 230 mm
      • 1 disc Ø 220 mm, 1 piston caliper
      • Rear wheel:

        110/80
        – 18

      • Motor
      • Single cylinder
        , 4 stroke
      • Cooling: Liquid cooling
      • Injection
      • 1 ACT
      • 4 valves per cylinder
      • 124.70 cc
        (52 x 58.6 mm)
      • 15
        ch
        at 9000 rpm
      • 1.24 mkg
        at 8000 rpm
      • Compression: 11.2: 1
      • Crit’air:

      Detached pieces

      exhaust
      motor
      fluid
      electricity

      filtration
      braking
      chain kit

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