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    ​Hi, guys I am a great lover of yamaha rx115 bike. once i had a new YAMAHA RX115 when i used to study in fc college lhr in 1988. i had it for only two years and then my parents sold it after two years of usage that was a great bike there was no competitor of rx115 and after 20 years there is also no competitor of it. now i bought a 82 yamaha rx115 its working good. now a days there is a new bike yamaha rx135z is in market in malaysia,indonatia and thailand,they love 2 stroke bikes so why dont DYL IMPORT yamaha rxz135 from malaysia if its impossible dyl should assembled it in pakistan. i am sure if YAMAHA rxz arrive in pakistan it can burn the market and there will be no competitor of it bcoz YAMAHA RXZ is road king, I need ur suggestions plz have ur say,thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by RX115 View Post
    @vcheng welcome on board dear...............here u will find 2stroke luvers all around
    Thank you for the welcome to the thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Dont tell ME you are into these too

    any-ways: Welcome aboard. besides PakWheeling and work, this is what I do.
    LOL! I have been into everything mechanical since I was a kid, including motorcycles. I rode over 100,000 km on my GTO in my early student days, a lot of it in the northern areas.

    You have a great thread here. I will go through the old posts a few pages at a time, but the last few pages are very interesting.

    These almost classic bikes are great! Keep up the good work, and I look forward to contributing here if I can say something useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaYB100 View Post
    the engine is really in good condition. but yaar main burewala main hon yahan point wala cdi system nahin hai yb 100 k liye agar front sprocket 16 teeth wali use karon to kya theeh rahe ga?
    The overall gearing will be determined by the ratio of the number of teeth in the front and rear sprockets.

    Increase front sprocket teeth or decrease rear sprocket teeth: Taller gearing, less acceleration, but lower rpm at higher speed. And vice versa.

    Change by 1 tooth either way at the front is pretty dramatic. Change by 1 or two at the rear is not as much.

    The change is easy. If you can swing it, get a couple and try them out and see which ratio works best for your use.

    I used to have 14, 15 and 16 tooth front sprockets and could change them by the side of the road. Usually I ran the 15 in the city, but 14 in the mountains, and 16 on long flat road trips. I often ran the 16 up GT road till the mountains began, and changed to the 14 when I needed to.

    Mind you, this was all on a GTO, not an RX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX115 View Post
    @vamsi yar also tell me about ur ignition coil is it (nippon denso 29700) it has bache colour and 2.5X3.5 in size its made in japan and came with the original bike.
    you also didnt tell me about your bike,s engine serieal #?

    @faheembhai.....sorry yar I will let you know the series tommorrow. I kept the bike in my friends house (already 3 bikes in my house).
    coil is not Nippon Denso. Its some indian make.I will tell the bike's engine serial number tomorrow.

    Certainly i need more parts...but iam not worried...i got a Kamran..he is helping me in everything. right from searching, opening , packing and sending them.

    @kamran..the pics are looking very good. I will call you soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaYB100 View Post
    the engine is really in good condition. but yaar main burewala main hon yahan point wala cdi system nahin hai yb 100 k liye agar front sprocket 16 teeth wali use karon to kya theeh rahe ga?

    16 teeth sproket really does work in yb100 bttttttttttttt my brother racing or over speeding is not good practice. Love ur life.
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    This engine looks the oldest models of it with the crankwheels having just one pin fitting - the newer models had 3 holes.

    To the YB100 guy - if you looking for absolute crazy power you need to
    Make an expansion chamber for the exhaust
    replace main jet with 185, open up the needle stagger one notch
    gear it taller for a higher speed.
    adjust squish clearance to 0.7mm
    re do the transfer ports that they are slightly staggered
    the inlet port should be SHAPED exactly to the cut on the rotary valve - this makes a nice vacuum signal for the carb
    The exhaust port should be beveled on the top and also should be flush with the bottom of the piston on BDC
    finish it off with stiffer clutch springs and use a thin mineral oil in the transmission for full bite
    Your ignition timing should be at factory specs (advancing 5 degrees at 5500 revs) - Use a spark plug one heat range cooler to avoid knock

    Your machine will fly.

    If it dont make sense to you - dont do it - life is precious and your YB100 does not have good brakes to stop it.. And if you mess up the port timing you will have a very very bad running engine
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    @Xulfiqar thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by VCheng View Post
    The overall gearing will be determined by the ratio of the number of teeth in the front and rear sprockets.

    Increase front sprocket teeth or decrease rear sprocket teeth: Taller gearing, less acceleration, but lower rpm at higher speed. And vice versa.

    Change by 1 tooth either way at the front is pretty dramatic. Change by 1 or two at the rear is not as much.

    The change is easy. If you can swing it, get a couple and try them out and see which ratio works best for your use.

    I used to have 14, 15 and 16 tooth front sprockets and could change them by the side of the road. Usually I ran the 15 in the city, but 14 in the mountains, and 16 on long flat road trips. I often ran the 16 up GT road till the mountains began, and changed to the 14 when I needed to.

    Mind you, this was all on a GTO, not an RX.


    thanks a lot to you

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    ***Yamaha RX115 - FAN CLUB*** k one hundered pages ho gaye hain
    someone knows this?

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    @all mebers who been into this thread are warmly gongratulate by me......
    i warmly appreciate you all and also to those who been written a single word on my thread.
    i am quite sure i been successful in my mission till now with the help of you all
    i am very greatfull for your kind advices
    i once again congratulate you all on the completion on 100 pages of our thread.
    but
    does the mission accoplished?
    what do u say?
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    This engine looks the oldest models of it with the crankwheels having just one pin fitting - the newer models had 3 holes
    @xulfiqar dear i did not take notice of it but as per my knowledge the first model was introduce in japan in 1982 and that models had serial #19U on frames and engines.
    the cylinder blocks and heads had serial #Y1.
    PAKISTAN also did import that models......
    the recently purchased engine has some diffrent serial # the engine has 52A........
    and the cylinder block and head has #Y5.
    I dont know in which year this engine been made and made for which country coz the engine has same shape and also has emblem of (MADE IN JAPAN) on engine side cover.
    need your attention to locate the region and territory,thanks
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    @xulfiqar i have a querry for u and need ur kind intrust and other @all members can also give their suggestions too.....
    i recently bought a carb from lhr bilal ganj.the carb is mikuni vm26 and it is in excelent condition,it had all the parts except the needle jet......
    i also had a needle jet(original) by 190# but its thread was diffrent then inner tube,so i did take it to kharadia to make a proper thred to get screwed on tube,then i got it and did tight it on the tube,i did open the 1.5 screw of the mixture and kicked the bike the bike was perfectly started.
    i took the bike for long run check up but when did i tried to spin the throtle from 1/3 to 1/2 the bikes responce was so poor and the engine was running so bad,bike was not taking pick......the idle slow run is perfect.....
    is it the problem with my needle jet#
    is it the problem in mixture
    or something else.....need ur,s advice thanks
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    @yamahayb100 here is a link for u to check it out the sprocket ratio and its effects
    Motorcycle Sprocket Ratio Calculator
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    hi to everyone
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