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    Lightbulb Yamaha YBR-125 Review.

    Let's share what do we know about the newly launched Yamaha YBR-125 so far.

    Post pictures, comments, experiences.

    PS: Let's hold this discussion like responsible and sensible grown-ups. Happy riding

    Pictures:
    From showroom - by Surty1
    From Launch Event (1, 2)on 27-April-2015 - by imbigsmall
    My First In-person Experience with YBR-125 on 28-April-2015



    Proud owners:

    Member Color Thread Purchased on City
    rajahasnain92 Red My new ybr 125 yes yamaha 28-APR-2015 Gujjar Khan
    amzee1 Grey Islamabad's First Yamaha YBR 125, I think so 29-APR-2015
    ASIFALI1231 Blue My Blue Beast YBR125, yes, Yamaha 06-MAY-2015
    Zyrak Grey Newbie in Garage YBR in Grey 23-MAY-2015 Toba Tek Singh
    jadoon1992_vxlimited Red The Red Yamaha YBR 125 23-MAY-2015 Karachi
    DJNOMI Grey YAMAHA YBR 125 - (Grey Color) - After First Service !! Lahore
    Zeniemo Lahore
    iffi7u6 08-JUN-2015 Lahore

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    Edited 30-APR-2015

    Things which we feel are missing:

    1. Engine kill switch.
    2. Pass switch.
    3. The YBR-125 basic model for those people who are looking for a new family bike or just those who like things retro.
    4. MOD EDIT: Review/ First Look by member @7thgear here>>Yamaha YBR-125 Review. - 252014 - Page 7


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    Edited 08-JUN-2015


    Yamaha YBR Service Manual (courtesy rzrz in this post)
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    MOD EDIT: Please keep discussion professional. Off topic replies, Chit chat and fighting with other member will result in infraction and repeated violation means a BAN.

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    Bro Hamzah Plz don,t mind about my words bhai sahab main to 1 junior member hoon laykin app to 7 years old hamaray senior member hain kam z kam app he kutch kehnay say pehlay soch lea karain app khud he batao k jo banda apni bike kay first 1000 kilometers 30 key speed per rakh ker complete karay ga woh bike apni peak power kesay gain karay gee? HOW HE WILL GET MAXIMUM OUT PUT FROM HIS BIKE. in engine ring piston specially valves role is most important
    Rings nay cylinder main apni jaga banani hay aur specially valves nay apni seats banani hoti hain aur agar bike 30 key speed per chalay gee to kya yay kaam ho ga? nahin na to BIG BOSS app bhee forum user ko misguide mat karain na according to bike user manual+below link i have shared jis ka khulsa yahi hay k app nay apni bike ko different rpms per drive kerna hay kabhi low->Medium->Full-> varying speed per not to be stick to 30km/h
    Aur agar yay kam koi user new engine kay sath nahin karay ga oos ka result bad valves seats meeting improper ring piston setting key surat main niklay ga jis ka matlab bad fuel average lacks in power+top speed



    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    dont misguide the people plz and no offense . running 30 pr bhe kro ge tou bike jae gi 120
    Motorcycle Extremist - Motorcycle Engine "Break-in" the Right Way!
    Every new engine has internal components that must be "worn-in". This "wearing-in" of components is what's known as "break-in". The main components that need to be broken-in/worn-in are the valves, the cylinder bore, and the piston rings. These components must be worn-in so that they mate properly with the surfaces they will interact with over the life of the engine.

    The Valves -

    If the valves are not worn-in correctly, they will not seat correctly against the combustion chamber of the cylinder head, which will lead to a loss of compression and proper combustion, allowing blow-by of gases, which causes a loss of power, efficiency, reliability, and longevity.

    The Cylinder Bore and Piston Rings -

    The cylinder bore of a new engine is somewhat rough, and the piston rings are not properly mated to the cylinder bore. Some of the cylinder bore roughness must be worn down and smoothed out in order to create just the right amount of seal between the bore and the piston rings. Also the rings must be worn in correctly to mate with the cylinder bores. This process must happen properly in order to create the right kind of seal that will keep the combustion gases separated from the engine oil, and vice versa. Furthermore, if this wearing-in process does not happen correctly, the cylinder bore walls can glaze over, which will cause a lack of lubrication between the cylinder bore and piston rings, leading to overheating, a loss of performance, premature wear, and a loss of reliability. If this glazing does occur, the only way this problem can be corrected is for the engine to be torn down, the cylinder bores re-honed, and new piston rings installed, after which they must of course be broken in correctly, or it must be done all over again until it is. So you see how crucial proper break-in of these components actually is.

    The Why:

    Quite simply, these engine components must be properly "worn-in" to ensure good performance, reliability, and longevity; it's really just that simple. If these parts are not worn-in correctly there will be a loss of performance in every way. There will be a loss of power, poor fuel efficiency, increased oil consumption (burning oil), among other problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    interesting i think it depends how you are riding my avg was almsot 43
    Aur ics ko 30 key speed per chalao

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepaholic View Post
    Rx115 of 1980's could cross 160kmph so I am hoping better topspeed from this one
    Bro this bike does not cross 120km its Ybr not RX

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    interesting i think it depends how you are riding my avg was almsot 43
    Ics 125cc ybr say acchi to 150cc hay jo k easily 50km/L key average day rahi hotee hay

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    Heard a YBR yesterday and its sound is like that of a remote control car even a cd70's sound has more bass to it :p not saying its bad but its really really shareeef sound.

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    What is the mileage of this bike, please reply...

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    Lahore k logo, why u no buy YBR? Test Ride he de do, ALLAH k naam pe
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dadvoc View Post
    What is the mileage of this bike, please reply...
    Below 50km/L

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    @TZB explained it quite well so deleting my post to avoid further arguments
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    I had to painstakingly reach for my GD's owner's manual and share it here to clear the concepts for once and for all:

    Yamaha YBR125 Review -1580679
    Yamaha YBR125 Review -1580680

    Now let's do the mathematics:
    (1)- 3/4 of top-speed for GD with a theoretical top-speed of 120 km/h (as mentioned on its speedometer) = 120 * 3/4 = 90 km/h.

    This is the maximum speed which "may" be reached during the break-in period, yet a slower speed is recommended in the break-in procedure.

    (2)- Throttle opening should be restricted to 2/3rd of its limit during the initial 500 km at least. Let's take YBR's example. The maximum value on its tachometer is 12.

    So, 2/3 of 12 = 12 * 2/3 = 8.

    So the maximum safe RPM to which the YBR may be revved during break-in period = 8 x1000.

    I hope it clears everything out. And let us not spread baseless concepts as our motorbikes are very dear to us and we don't want anything to go wrong with them at any stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    I had to painstakingly reach for my GD's owner's manual and share it here to clear the concepts for once and for all:

    Yamaha YBR125 Review -1580679

    Happy riding.
    One question which I m confused of is manual says that we need to constantly change speed and gears so how it should be done? How long we can maintain unchanged speed (same speed) in the same gear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    Ics 125cc ybr say acchi to 150cc hay jo k easily 50km/L key average day rahi hotee hay
    Tu achi baat hai
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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    Lahore k logo, why u no buy YBR? Test Ride he de do, ALLAH k naam pe
    Lahoriyo k saath Aalmi Saazish k tehat zyaadti ho rahi ha bhai -_-
    Aik to 25 June nahi a rahi

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    Quote Originally Posted by ha125 View Post
    Lahoriyo k saath Aalmi Saazish k tehat zyaadti ho rahi ha bhai -_-
    Aik to 25 June nahi a rahi

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    Nahi anni... :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by naqvi.5 View Post
    One question which I m confused of is manual says that we need to constantly change speed and gears so how it should be done? How long we can maintain unchanged speed (same speed) in the same gear?
    That has to come from the gut feeling. The whole idea is to rev the engine at a constantly varying input/output (accelerator/gear) combination.

    These are my bits; experts here can guide us better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    Lahore k logo, why u no buy YBR? Test Ride he de do, ALLAH k naam pe
    where in lahore come and have test ride and i hope after ride you will come back with my bike lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    where in lahore come and have test ride and i hope after ride you will come back with my bike lol
    Let's meet YBR on coming Saturday evening (6-JUN-2015) at 5 pm either at Race Course or Lawrence Garden.

    If anyone cannot show up at this time, please inbox me and we can surely set a "date" with YBR

    PS: Let's not use this thread by making any other post for this meetup plan as that might be considered "off-topic". I'll pin this plan to the home post once it is finalized. You can inbox me for queries/suggestions. Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Let's meet YBR on coming Saturday evening (6-JUN-2015) at 5 pm either at Race Course or Lawrence Garden.

    If anyone cannot show up at this time, please inbox me and we can surely set a "date" with YBR

    PS: Let's not use this thread by making any other post for this meetup plan as that might be considered "off-topic". I'll pin this plan to the home post once it is finalized. You can inbox me for queries/suggestions. Thank you.
    i dont want to start discussion on this thread further i am in for this but i suggest you to start a new thread for YBR Bikers Club and then we can make such plan so we can know how many members are in Lahore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    i dont want to start discussion on this thread further i am in for this but i suggest you to start a new thread for YBR Bikers Club and then we can make such plan so we can know how many members are in Lahore.
    DjNomi Bro i totally disagree with this Meeting Plan Concept.. We all know that now a days snatching Bike cases are increasing.. Especially in Karachi & Lahore.. Most of the snatching cases belongs to OLX and other online selling Products Sites.. We are not alone here on this thread.. Hundreds of users reading such Posts.. So as ur Bro i will suggest u to not trust any buddy at any cost Online... Next upto You... Thanks..

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