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Fisher's Big List Of Possible Mods.

Discussion in 'YZF-R125 Area' started by Fisher, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. Fisher Administrator

    Location:
    Basingstoke - Hampshire
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    Cameron (Call me Fisher)
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    Audi Cage
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    Here I will list as many different types of mods I can think of, that you could consider doing to your bike.
    Underlining means that there is more information available, so click on it!

    Cosmetic
    • Stickers - Cheap and easy. £free - £silly money (and everything in between).
    • Carbon Wrapping. - Also easy. £5 - £150 (depending on how much you use).
    • Remove Pillion Pegs - If you are on L plates, you may as well! £Free!
    • Tail Tidy - Should be the FIRST thing you do! £30 - 75
    • After market Exhaust - Strictly, a performance mod, but sounds good. £100 - £600
    • Double Bubble Screen - Looks good, also functional. £30 - £80
    • Seat Cowl - Covers the pillion seat. Paint matched. £40 - £100
    • New Indicators - Nice level of uniqueness. £5 - £50
    • New Mirrors - Look good, but often limit your view even more. £30 - £100
    • R6 Lever Conversion - Looks amazing. Costly. £50 - £150 (depending on choice of lever)
    • R6 Switch conversion - Looks okay, and gives you hazard switches etc. £depends
    • HEL Braided brake lines - Better braking, look cool. £55
    • Rear Sets - Functional, as some allow you to adjust the positioning. anything up to and over £165 (e.g. Valter moto)
    • Dual Headlight - Practical, Looks good, and can be done without cost. £free
    • Air Horn - Sounds better! £15+
    • LEDs - Chavtastically brilliant. £20+
    • Coloured Side Lights - Very cheap, and look nicer. £1 +
    • HID Conversion - Much brighter headlights. Nicer colour too. £29+
    • Sidelight to indicator mod conversion - Looks good (£free - £10)
    • Tyre Valve LEDs - Chavvy fun, that makes you more visible on the road. £2.50
    • Tinted headlight covers - Protect our headlights, and look amazing! £30
    Performance
    • Exhaust - Gives a tiny increase in power, but is nesercary for big bores / power commander. £100 - £600
    • Power Commander - Allows re-mapping of the fuel curve etc. £250
    • 150cc Bore kit - Noticeable increase, £150
    • 182cc Bore Kit - Malossi. Expensive. Requires PC+exhaust. £500
    • Double Bubble - Noticeable difference, not huge, mainly cosmetic. £50
    • Air bung mod - Debatable wether it works, very easy. £free
    • Galfer Wavy Disk Kit - Upgraded brakes. look cool. £200
    • HEL Braided brake lines - Better braking, look cool. £55
    • Different sprocket rations - Cheap, and makes a HUGE difference to the performance. £15
    • K&N Airfilter - Higher airflow, unlimited mileage warranty. £45
    Safety
    • Crash Bungs - Help protect your bike in a slide. £60+
    • Rear Sliders - Same as crash bungs, but on your swingarm. £50+
    • Bar Sliders - Longer handle bar ends. £25
    • Air Horn - Louder than the stock horn. £15+
    • Alarm - Theft prevention. £varies.
    • Ram Air Mod - Supposedly increased airflow. £Free +
    Will be updated, reguarly.
    More info to be added soon.
    Please post any suggestions if I have missed anything...
    Bruiser likes this.
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  3. Omar Administrator

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    • Hel braided brake lines £54.99

    • galfer disc kit £201.99
  4. Benji Super Member

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    Rear sets - Valter Moto, not cheap but enable you to get your feet where you feel comfortable.
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  5. azz2693 Super Member

    Location:
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    Arron/Azz
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    Safety?
    crash bungs
    alarm systems

    Custom?
    dual head light
    air horn
    leds

    just some things off the top of my head :)
  6. Fisher Administrator

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    Added thanks :)
  7. azz2693 Super Member

    Location:
    Boston, Lincolnshire
    Real Name:
    Arron/Azz
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    ZXR400 H1 '89, YZF-R125 '10
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    UK Full Bike
  8. Georgey255 Member

    The Renthal sprocket? More effective gearing, they look good aswell! £110
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  9. Gweglez Super Member

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    Southampton
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    Greg
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    Indicator sidelight mod. Saves weight, battery power and causes less drag :p

    Led valve caps. £1-£10 more chavvy fun!
  10. Jed Moderator

    Location:
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    What are some good aftermarket mirrors? I understand there aren't many that fit the angle of the fairing on the R125?
  11. Gweglez Super Member

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    Gp avitars, or you could do what I'm doing and get a thread adaptor so you can fit any handlebar mirrors in there
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  12. Fisher Administrator

    Location:
    Basingstoke - Hampshire
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    Real Name:
    Cameron (Call me Fisher)
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    Audi Cage
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    As said by Gweglez, the GP Avitar mirrors are the best. Not easy to find, and they tend to be pricey however...
  13. Dicey234

    Current Bike (Optional):
    Yamaha yzf r125
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    Hi guys new to the forum and also just purchased my first bike the r125, what are the first mods you would advise?? Many thanks
  14. Fisher Administrator

    Location:
    Basingstoke - Hampshire
    Home page:
    Real Name:
    Cameron (Call me Fisher)
    Current Bike (Optional):
    Audi Cage
    License Currently Held:
    UK Full Bike (Restricted)
    Better tyres. Rim tape. Tyre Pen. Remove pillion pegs. Get rid of L plates (ultimate mod). Tail tidy. After-market exhaust.

    If you would like any more advice, start a blog and ask away in there!
  15. R125FanBoy

    Current Bike (Optional):
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    sorry to sound like a noob but what mod is it in your display picture ? looks smart :D
  16. R125FanBoy

    Current Bike (Optional):
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    read somwhere that it might be possible to somehow get an r1 tailpipe on a r125 fact or fiction ?
  17. blackizzz Super Member

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    Oskar
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    Not an R125... It's a ZXR400 in his pic :p

    Welcome BTW! :)
  18. R125FanBoy

    Current Bike (Optional):
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    ahh as you can tell only just into bikes, and thanks !!
  19. Killachipmunk Moderator

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    Very possible, would need an awful lot of work though!
    Custom work that is; it won't go on as standard.
  20. R125FanBoy

    Current Bike (Optional):
    Yamaha R125
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    UK Provisional (CBT)
    would it sound any good do you think? or just like a little kid pretending its an r1 ? just want a decent sounding exhaust any suggestions ?
  21. Jed Moderator

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    d-r125 made one from an R6 and it sounded amazing.

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