Pete Treadwell and the crew of Western Power Sports are back! This retro-themed early 2000s steel frame Yamaha YZ125 was part of the Yamaha of Troy racing team and still has the initials “JH-1” (for Josh Hansen) engraved in the engine case in the swingarm pivot area. ). This machine has been completely rebuilt using products from industry leading companies such as FMF, Fire Power, ODI handlebars and All Balls Racing Group.
Here are some sources , Pete finds the part that makes the clock roll back. First, All Balls Racing connecting rods and chassis rebuild kits include all bearings and seals required for complete reconstruction. Brand new bolt-on hardware fasteners were used throughout the build, replacing old OEM Yamaha hardware. Jeff of SDG made a custom gripper seat cover to match the graphic with six ribs for added grip. Acerbis’ all-white all-plastic kit includes front fenders, rear fenders, side panels, front license plate and lower fork guards plate.
Fly Racing’s Gator pedals have a unique arched design that allows for a wider footbed. This design allows the foot to roll over the arched cleats when they move or break, so you’re in contact with more of the pegs, not just the edges. The FMF Fatty Platinum pipe and Shorty muffler are designed to give the YZ125 horsepower gains across the powerband. The all-new Michelin Starcross 6 features Adaptive Design technology, which is achieved between the grip and handling of the front tires and the grip/traction and longevity of the rear tires due to the specific positioning of the central, middle and lateral tread blocks in each of the three critical areas for balancing tires.