How much is a 2003 CR125 worth?
|Suggested List Price||Average Retail|
How long will a CR125 last?
Going by the book, a 125 should be inspected and/or replaced every 5-10 hours of racing. In the other hand, if you’re just casually trail riding and don’t care if you lose a little bit of power after a while, you could easily go 50-100+ hours before needing to replace engine parts.
How much HP does a 2003 CR125 have?
Water cooled, 124cc, Single, 2-stroke, Reed valve
|Power:||40.79 HP (30 kW) @ 11500 rpm|
|Curb weight:||211.6 lbs|
Are CR125 reliable?
I chose the CR125 because of how reliable they are. They start up no problem. Only problem you should ever run into is spark plugs, simple and easy to fix. People say it’s the slowest of the 125 class.
How long do 4 stroke bottom ends last?
The bottom end on a four-stroke engine can typically see 100 hours of life, however, to be on the safe side, most riders will rebuild it at approximately the 80-hour mark.
How many gears does a CR125 have?
How many gears does a Honda CR 125 R have? The Honda CR 125 R have 6 gears.
How tall is a CR 125?
|Honda CR 125 Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight|
|Wheelbase||1,458 mm (57.4 inches)|
|Length||2,151 mm (84.7 inches)|
|Width||823 mm (32.4 inches)|
|Height||1,278 mm (50.3 inches)|
What was the last year Honda made the CR 125?
The 2007 model is the last year for the CR125.
Is a 1995 CR125 a good bike?
The 1995 Honda CR125 next to the CR250. Fast forward 20 years, and the CR125 it still known as one of the fastest 125’s on the track. In 1995 the bike had poor bottom-end power but screamed on top. It also had excellent brakes and superb shifting.
How much does a bottom end rebuild cost?
So how much does a full rebuild cost you when you do it in your own garage? When you are using OEM parts, which includes all new bearings throughout the engine, a cylinder head, new valvetrain, new crank, new piston, new cam chain and tensioner, and a freshly honed cylinder, the cost comes to $1300 to $1500.
When should you top up a motorcycle overhaul?
Generally if you have purchased a pre-loved motorcycle with mileage between 45,000km to 50,000km, it would be recommended to do a top overhaul to give the engine a “refresh”.