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Yamaha TTR 125 L - Big Wheel/Large Wheel Version Of Yamaha TTR125

Yamaha TTR 125 L  Big Wheel/Large Wheel
Yamaha TTR 125 L - Big Wheel/Large Wheel Version Of Yamaha TTR125


Yamaha TTR 125 L


Yamaha TTR 125 L is TTR 125 with Big Wheel / Large Wheel Version. i found it in some forums and some Online stores who talking and selling about Yamaha TTR 125 L, Just like i found in CycleTradder. there are varies Yamaha TTR125L from 2000's (around 2000-2007).

READ ALSO : Yamaha TTR125 LE Specs

2007 Yamaha TTR 125 L Big Wheel
2007 Yamaha TTR 125 L

They are using big wheel in the rear with 19/16 wheel size (Front tire size    70/100-17 / 70/100-19, Rear tire size    90/100-14 / 90/100-16).  the regular Yamaha TTR 125 wheel's size is 17/14 as i read one of thread in Thumpertalk forum.

And also one more difference in Yamaha TTR 125 L With others TTR 125, TTR 125 L isn't using Electric Starter Yet. this TTR 125 L is still using Kick Starter to turn up the engine.

Yamaha TTR 125 L Big Wheel 
Yamaha TTR 125 L Big Wheel/Large Wheel Version

Yamaha TTR125L Parts

If You have one of this Yamaha TTR125 L, You need to see Some Parts that you have to know. The parts are getting old and  They need to replaced By OEM Or aftermarket Parts or at least You got their picture if you want to buy Yamaha TTR125 L Parts for sale and you don't know what's Their name.

TTR 125L Plastics


TTR125L Plastics are round of the fenders, fairing, tank cover and the cover under seat. They're can be purchased in some Marketplace or E Commerce like Amazon, Ebay or Alibaba.


TTR125L Tire

Tires are very important for this Yamaha TTR125L Because the tire Size is Different from Native Yamaha TTR125. TTR125L has larger tire size that it has its own stuff.

Yamaha TTR 125 Carburetor 

The Dirtbike was likely always keep in touch with mud that means it could mess up parts of this Yamaha TTR125L. So too the carburetor, it was one of the vital part that dealing with fuel and engine. we need to regularly Clean up the carburetor kit. because if it totally messed up, we need to buy another one. But Don't worry, There are so many TTR125 Carburetor available.


Yamaha TTR125L Production By Years


The Following Pictures of each Yamaha TTR125L Which is produced along 2000-2009


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 Yamaha TTR125L Specification

Here's The Complete specification Of Yamaha TTR125L Big Wheel

Model:    Yamaha TT-R125L
Category:    Enduro / offroad

TTR125L Engine and transmission

  • Displacement:    124.0 ccm (7.57 cubic inches)
  • Engine type:    Single cylinder, four-stroke
  • Compression:    10.0:1
  • Bore x stroke:    54.0 x 54.0 mm (2.1 x 2.1 inches)
  • Fuel control:    Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)
  • Ignition:    CDI
  • Cooling system:    Air
  • Gearbox:    5-speed

TTR125L Transmission type,

final drive:    Chain

TTR125L Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

  • Rake (fork angle):    26.0°
  • Front suspension:    Telescopic fork
  • Front wheel travel:    180 mm (7.1 inches)
  • Rear suspension:    Single shock
  • Rear wheel travel:    168 mm (6.6 inches)
  • Front tyre:    70/80-M19
  • Rear tyre:    90/80-M16
  • Front brakes:    Single disc
  • Diameter:    198 mm (7.8 inches)
  • Rear brakes:    Expanding brake (drum brake)
  • Diameter:    110 mm (4.3 inches)

TTR125L Physical measures and capacities

  • Dry weight:    78.0 kg (172.0 pounds)
  • Seat height:    805 mm (31.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
  • Overall height:    1085 mm (42.7 inches)
  • Overall length:    1885 mm (74.2 inches)
  • Overall width:    795 mm (31.3 inches)
  • Ground clearance:    295 mm (11.6 inches)
  • Wheelbase:    1270 mm (50.0 inches)
  • Fuel capacity:    6.05 litres (1.60 gallons)

Pro Wheel Hoop + Optional 32 Spoke Kit - TTR90 or TTR110

Pro Wheel Hoop + Optional 32 Spoke Kit - 14 Inch & 12 Inch
A quality outer aluminum wheel!

Common applicatons:

Front Hoop:
14 Inch


Rear Hoop:
12 Inch

Option to add spoke kit for the TTR90 or TTR110.

Displayed price is for one 14 or 12 inch hoop. In the options of "make it your own," you can add spokes if need be.

adjust accordingly.

Product (Rim) Description
-Generation III Pro Wheel Rims
-Manufactured from 7000 series aircraft quality aluminum
-New alloys and welding techniques to assure quality and strength
-Designed to fit like OEM, requiring no special lacing procedures
-Constantly tested and used by top professional minibike race teams
-Sizein 14 or 12 inch
-32 spoke holes

Product (Spoke) Description
-Swaged stainless steel for greater tensile strength, which prevents stretching
-Gradual continuous hammering technique allows spoke to bear more oscillating loads
-Includes steel zinc coated nipples
-Fits most OEM rims and hubs

  • PWTTR90F or R -Color
  • PWTTR90F or R -Color
  • Pro Wheel Racing
  • New
  • Item Requires Shipping
  • 3.0 lbs.
  • W2.0000” x H14.0000” x L14.0000”

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Young or old the FSE FAT TIRE 190R equals fun for all. Equipped with true ALL-TERRAIN tires and alloy wheels the FAT TIRE models are ready to conquer any track or trail.  Racer friendly features like electric start, hydraulic disc brake, skid plates, and optional LED lights.


  • 190cc 4-Stroke Engines
  • ALL-TERRAIN tires
  • Race chassis with cradle frame 
  • 5-Speed manual 190cc
  • Oil type Rear Shock
  • Heavy-duty Fork springs
  • Wide Pegs
  • Skid Plate
  • Disc brakes w/Wavey Style Rotors
  • DUAL **optional LED lights
MSRP$3299.99 190cc
ClutchFive plate
CoolingAir cooled
Engine190cc Four Stroke Manual 5 speed w/Electric start
IgnitionStator / CDI
Transmission5 speed manual 190cc
ColorWhite, with red and black trim
FrameChromo w/ cradle
Fuel Capacity1.1 gallon
Overall Length61 inches
Overall Width27 inches
Wheelbase48.5 inches
Seat Height29.75 inches
Curb weight154.5
Ground Clearance8.5
FrontInverted 5.8 inches
RearOil filled 5.2 inches, preload adjustment
Front Tire19x6-10
Front Wheel10 inch Alloy
Rear Tire18x6.5-8
Rear Wheel8 inch Alloy
Front Brake190mm W-Style Rotor W/ Floating Caliper
Rear Brake190mm W-Style Rotor W/ Floating Caliper

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Yamaha TTR110 Review + 11 Performance Parts and Upgrades.

Yamaha TTR110 Review Quick Links


 This article is for the 2018 Yamaha TTR110review but previous TTR models from the last 10 years are very similar in specs and performance. The parts I recommend will fit earlier models but always check with your dirt bike retailer first.


The Yamaha TTR110 is a great transition bike between the PW50 and a fully manual bike, where you need a clutch to shift (The TTR110 doesn’t have a clutch).

If your junior rider is on a PW50 and is quickly growing out of it, the TTR110 could be a perfect bike to ride before transitioning onto the fully manual 5 speed bikes.

Yamaha TTR110 Review.

The TTR110 is a 110cc, dual valve, 4 stroke, air cooled engine that provides smooth delivery of power.

It is a 4 speed with no clutch which means that the rider can change gears without needing a clutch (which is super easy for kids).

These bikes are super reliable and they go virtually forever with minimal mechanical problems.

 Ask any owner of the TTR and they will tell you about its reliability and decent amounts of power.

What is really great about the Yamaha TTR110 is that it has an electric start as well as a kick start.

I think the electric start is great for kids because having to kick a motor to start all the time can get tiring and boring for kids who just want to get out there and have fun.

The bike also has a key ignition which means you can lock the bike and take the key if your kids have been grounded off the bike for a while.

Or if you are at work and worried that they are riding around without your supervision then the key ignition is a useful feature.

The TTR110 has a 1 gallon fuel capacity so kids will have plenty of fuel for a decent day of riding.

The TTR110 is also really tough. They are made of solid steel and aluminium and are built just like their senior brothers to withstand harsh punishment.

Also, because the TTR110 is air cooled, the bike contains no radiator which means one less thing to maintain.


Yamaha TTR110 Seat Height.

The bike sits at 26.4 incheswhich is 1.4 inches taller than the PW 80. This means that a child of between 7 and 12 years old and about 4 foot 6 inches (140.2 cm) would be ideal for the TTR 110.

If the bike is too big for your child, I don’t recommend buying it as the ‘grow into it’ idea is just dangerous.

A bike has to be a perfect size for a child so they can put their feet on the ground for balance otherwise most likely, your kid will have an unnecessary crash.

Here is a great table that will give you an idea of where the TTR 110 sits in height in a list of small bikes.

yamaha ttr110 review


Yamaha TTR110 Top Speed.

A lot of people always ask me about top speed for the TTR110.

Yamaha advises a top speed of about 55MPH which is fast for this size of dirt bike.

The power from the TTR110 is excellent and its torquey engine means that the bike can handle steep hills and any type of obstacle that your junior rider wants to tackle.

The suspension is also quite stiff and will take a pounding which means that the rider will have plenty of clearance and the suspension will never bottom out.


Yamaha TTR110 Price.

For price, a new TTR 110 will cost around USD $2,300 or you can pick up a decent second hand one for about USD $1500.

If you are looking for a bike for your future champion rider that is reliable and fun and has plenty of add on cheap parts, you can’t go past the Yamaha TTR 110.

To make the bike even better though, I have put together a list of replacements and upgrades that will improve safety and performance, and minimize riding downtime.


Yamaha TTR110 Specifications.

Engine TypeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC
Displacement110 cc
Bore x Stroke51.0 x 54.0 mm
Compression Ratio9.3 : 1
Lubrication SystemWet sump
Fuel ManagementVM16
IgnitionDC – CDI
Starter SystemElectric/Kick
Fuel Tank Capacity4 L
Oil Capacity1 L
Length1565 mm
Width680 mm
Height923 mm
Seat Height670 mm
Wheelbase1080 mm
Ground Clearance180 mm
Dry Weight68 kg
Wet Weight72 kg with 4 litres of fuel
Suspension FrontTelescopic fork
Suspension RearSwingarm (monocross)
Brakes FrontDrum
Brakes RearDrum
Tyres Front2.50-14-4PR
Tyres Rear3.00-12-4PR


TTR110 Service Manual.

Download the TTR-110 service manual. in PDF format here.


Yamaha TTR110 Performance Parts.

#1 Carburetor Jetting.

The jets that come standard in the bike are really lean and so the bike can be troublesome to start in cold weather.

They also take a while to warm up. The jets also clog up really easy after a period of non-use of the bike over say about a month.

To fix this, either use a fuel stabilizer or change the jets to a larger size so they don’t gum up so easily.

 Take a look at the Tusk cold start jet kit. This kit contains different sized pilot and main jets. These jets will help start the bike easier and avoid any gumming issues from a lack of use.

ttr110 review


#2 TTR110 Exhaust.

If your junior rider is a more experienced rider and is looking for a bit more power out of their TTR110, then you should install a custom exhaust.

 I recommend the Pro Circuit T-4. The T-4 is significantly lighter than the stock exhaust, it sounds better and you will notice a marked improvement in the bikes power.

The Pro Circuit T 4 is probably the best modification you can make to the TTR 110 and for only 200 bucks, it’s a great deal.


#3 TTR110 Skid Plate.

If your child will be riding on trails where there are some obstacles to get over, I would recommend buying a skid plate.

There’s nothing worse than damaging the underside of your bike and leaking engine oil.

 I recommend the Yamaha GYTR aluminium glide plate.

yamaha ttr110


#4 TTR110 Air filter.

A custom air filter will help the TTR110 breathe a bit better which will help with performance.

 I recommend the Twin Air air filter. They are really well built and contain the double layer of filtering to catch the finest dust. I Use this filter on all my bikes and they are the best in my opinion.

yamaha ttr110 review


#5 TTR 110 Headlight Kit.

Okay, so headlights are not entirely necessary but are still super cool to have and the kids will love it, especially for riding in the evening.

Thumper Jockey sells an enduro headlight kit for the TTR 110 where the wiring can be connected straight to the battery, so its super easy to install.

There are 2 waterproof LED headlights that are fitted to either side of the handlebars and they provide a strong light for riding at night that is many times stronger than a standard factory headlight.

They also come  with an on/off switch that is also fitted to the handlebars. A really cool addition to the KLX 110 that kids will get a kick out of.

Here’s a an install video.


#6 TTR110 Gear Shift Lever.

The shift lever that comes stock on the TTR110 doesn’t contain a spring that folds back under impact.

This means that the lever can bend or snap off if the bike is dropped on its side.

 Take a look at the Tusk folding shift lever that contains a folding tip that will fold out of the way if the bike is dropped. It also looks great and gives the bike that custom look.

yamaha ttr110 review


#7 TTR110 Brake Lever.

The front brake lever also can snap really easily when the bike is dropped on its side. buy a couple of Tusk brake levers and keep some in the tool box when your kids are out riding as these tend to snap easily.


#8 TTR110 Tires.

Especially for kids, it’s really important to make sure the tires are good if you are buying a used bike.

This will maximize safety for kids that are just learning how to ride so they have maximum traction at all times.

 If you are unsure which type of tires to get, have a chat with your favorite dirt bike parts dealer and they will be able to line you up with the right tires for the Yamaha TTR110.


#9 TTR110  Brakes.

The Yamaha TTR110 comes with drum brakes so you will need to take the wheel off to inspect the brake shoes on second hand bikes.

 If the shoes are worn, order some Tusk carbon brake shoes as they are great value and your kids will have decent brakes for years to come.


#10 TTR110 Sprockets and Chain.

Used bikes tend to have worn sprockets. If the sprockets are worn too much, the chain can skip under revving or the chain can also skip off the sprockets altogether.

If you need to change your sprockets, also change the chain as they operate as one unit and an old chain will no longer fit new sprockets correctly.

The sprocket sizes for the TTR 110 are 14 teeth on the front sprocket and 35 teeth on the rear sprocket.

 A complete change of front and rear sprockets and a new chain should cost no more than $50.

The front sprocket takes the most beating as that is where the total pressure from the engine is placed.

 Take a look at the Talon front sprocket. It is made from hardened chromoly steel and it is harder than the factory sprocket and will last longer.

The Talon also looks great and gives the bike that custom look.

Click here for a Yamaha TTR 110 Chain.

Click here for a Yamaha TTR 110 Rear Sprocket


#11 TTR110 Swingarm and Suspension Kit.

From time to time, the swingarm on the TTR110 can bend from crashing. This is normal as its made out of aluminium.

There aren’t any custom TTR110 swingarms that I know of on the market so if you need a new one you will need to buy OEM. Same for the suspension.

The OEM swingarm/suspension parts for the TTR110 look like this –

ttr110 swingarm kit

 The TTR110 swingarm/suspension parts can be bought here in their separate pieces or as a whole kit as per above.

 Make sure you have a chat to the retailer to make sure you get the right parts for the correct year.


#12 TTR110 Custom Accessories.

Okay, these aren’t performance upgrades but the bike itself can look a bit boring factory standard.

 Firstly, get yourself a TTR110 sticker kit. There are some really great sticker kits out there and the bike looks amazing with a fresh sticker kit on it.

 There are a heck of a lot of sticker kits for the Yamaha TTR110 available on the market. So many in fact that I had to build a page dedicated to TTR110 sticker kits.


 Get a Tusk Billet aluminium gas cap. 


TTR110 Seat Cover.

The MFG Ribbed Yamaha TTR 110 seat cover gives the bike a custom look and is great for grip while you ride.

ttr110 seat cover

 Also get some spoke sleeves in a cool color to brighten up the wheels. Your kids will really love them.

Here is a video that will show you how to install spoke sleeves.


 Finally, get some valve stem caps. They look great on a dirt bike and these Tusk stem caps are also core removers. Very cool!


The last thing I wanted to add is a spare nuts and bolts kit for the TTR 110. This will be probably the most useful thing you will have in your garage.

ttr110 spare bolt kit


If you are looking for a strong, reliable bike for your kids that is fast, powerful and cheap to maintain, you can’t go past the Yamaha TTR110.

The electric start is also an awesome feature that will keep your kids riding on the dirt bike and off the IPad for longer 😉

Do you have experience with the Yamaha TTR110? Let me know in the comments below and if you liked this article, please give it a share on social media.

Happy riding!


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Best TTR110 Mods: Which Ones Are Worth It?

110cc pit bikes have become popular again. That means it’s time to modify your Yamaha TTR110 so you can have more fun and whoop up on your buddies. 

Yamaha TTR110E Best TTR110 Mods: Which Ones Are Worth It?

This article covers the best mods to make your TTR110 faster and perform better. It’s a no fluff, straightforward guide that only has modifications that make a difference. 

The best mods to make your TTR110 faster are more comfortable as an adult are:

  • Jetting (richer if it starts and runs poorly) GYTR jet kit didn’t do much
  • Air Box Mod
  • Gearing
  • Fork Upgrade
  • Shock Upgrade
  • Skid plate
  • Exhaust
  • Tires 
  • Folding shift lever
  • Stronger handlebars
  • High compression piston
  • Big bore kit
  • Camshaft
  • Cylinder head
  • Clutch kit
  • KLX style blue front fender for engine protection (fitment is hassle; drop front number plate)


Getting the proper air-to-fuel mixture is critical on any dirt bike if you want it to run right. The Yamaha TTR110 is jetted fairly well from the factory, but it may be slightly lean depending on your climate.

Stock jetting on a TTR110 is a 12.5 pilot and 95 main jet. Going to a 15 pilot jet and a 100 or 105 main jet may help if your bike is hard to start when cold or bogs even after the engine is warm.

Air Box Mod

The more air you can shove through an engine the more power potential it has. You can either cut off the top of the air box lid, or add some new vents. 

Using some Uni air box vent holes, drill several (1”) holes and install them with the foam to allow more air in while still keeping the air filter protected. 

Upgrading to a higher flowing air filter (MotoSport) can help as well.


Want better acceleration for cheap? Going -1 on the front sprocket will do just that. You won’t get more power, but it simply changes the gearing to accelerate faster while sacrificing a little of your top speed. 

Fork Upgrade

The cheapest way to upgrade your TTR110 forks is with some heavy duty fork springs. Instead of bottoming out all the time and eventually breaking the forks or frame, stiffer springs will make your bike more comfortable because it won’t blow through the stroke so quickly. 

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Shock Upgrade

Same goes for the shock. A quick swap to a heavy duty shock spring will make a big difference in handling because the suspension won’t squat down so much when you simply sit in the seat. 

Skid Plate

A skid plate will protect your TTR 110 in 2 ways. Obviously, you’ll get impact protection underneath when you hit or scrape across logs, rocks or other obstacles. But you’ll also get a stronger chassis. 

The skid plate connects to the frame and the engine, making them stronger. If you jump your TTR110, you’re more likely to break the welds that hold the frame together. A skid plate simply adds some rigidity and overall strength to it. 


Ready for a better sounding and performing exhaust system? The stock TTR110 exhaust is not as bad as some, but once you start modifying the engine or intake, it starts to choke it up and limit the horsepower. 

Adding an aftermarket pipe will greatly increase sound, depending on the brand you get. You’ll also get better throttle response and power if it’s jetted accordingly. 

The FMF Powercore 4 (MotoSport) is the best bang for you buck. More power, better sound, much lighter than stock, and it comes with a spark arrestor for trail riding.

Want the latest and greatest? Pro Circuit has the T-6 system (MotoSport) for the TTR110, which is even lighter and better looking. The USFS-approved spark arrestor is removable, so you can change the sound in minutes. The mounting bracket is also a little beefier so it won’t bend as easily when you fall.

The bigger the engine and intake are, the bigger the exhaust you’ll need to make everything work together for maximum performance.


You may not think of tires as a performance upgrade unless your current rubber is almost gone. However, the stock Cheng Shin tires on a TTR110 are definitely leaving something to be desired.

If your TTR has more power or you’re riding on slippery terrain, upgrading to a better set of tires, such as the Dunlop Geomax (MotoSport) will make a noticeable difference. You’ll feel more grip, which is not only needed for acceleration, but comfort and confidence. If your tires aren’t sliding out, you’ll be able to trust the bike more and ride faster.

Shift Lever

110cc pit bikes are all built for potential, but they’re still designed for kids to ride. Parts, such as the shift lever, are relatively short if you have adult-sized feet.

Upgrading to an extended shift lever is a nice cheap mod to make your TTR110 feel more comfortable.

Stronger Handlebars

When you tip over and bend the stock bars, you can upgrade to a taller and stronger set. The Pro Taper Mini bars are standard for pit bike bars because they’re affordable, much stronger than stock, and look and feel good to hang on to.

High Compression Piston

Is the top-end needing a rebuild? If you’re not ready for a big bore kit but need to replace the piston, a high compression piston is one of the easiest ways to gain real power.

You’ll notice more torque, especially with an opened intake, exhaust, and properly jetted carburetor. It’s just about as reliable as stock, and you can run pump gas premium without problem of detonation.

Big Bore Kit

Ready to just bolt on a bigger engine? A big bore kit is another easy way to gain serious power and is no harder to install than an OEM top-end.

Again, the reliability of a quality big bore kit will be close to stock because you don’t have to rev it as high to get the same horsepower out of it.


A hotter camshaft is the next step in making your 110 a mini fire breather…

Okay, so it may not turn any heads, but you’ll enjoy it more with some more snap and horsepower by installing a hotter cam. 

Cylinder Head Upgrade

Serious about building a potent TTR110 engine? You need to either get some head work done or upgrade to one that flows better. 

A stock cylinder head can only flow so much air. That means that adding a big bore, upgrading the exhaust and converting to a larger carb will all be limited by the ports in the head. 

All the previous mods will add significant power, but the peak power will definitely be lacking. It will feel like it falls flat on the top-end. 

This doesn’t mean that simply making the ports larger will improve the performance. If you remove too much material in the wrong spot, you will kill the flow and you’ll lose power somewhere in the power curve. 

If you don’t have experience porting, I strongly recommend taking your TTR110 head to someone that is familiar with this engine and will port it to suit your specific engine needs. 

Or if you can source a good aftermarket head with an oversized valve, that would be a simple bolt-on upgrade, assuming all of the clearances check out. 

Manual Clutch Kit

Want to turn your TTR110 into a real dirt bike? 

Alright, so you don’t need a manual clutch to have a real dirt bike, but it makes a vast difference in your riding. 

A manual clutch kit can be installed on your TTR110 if you so desire. Whether you’re an adult or you want your kid to learn how to use a clutch without going to a bigger bike, this is a nice option. 

Putting It All Together

As I’ve mentioned, you need the complete package to make the most efficient and powerful TTR110 pit bike. 

What does that look like? 

Well, if you want the most peak horsepower for a full-on race bike, you shouldn’t be going with a big bore and a full open exhaust, and then keeping the stock carb on it. 

All of the components must work together. That means that all of the mods you add must be designed for the type of powerband you’re looking for. 

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