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    Default Yamaha ybr 125 2015

    Hi. Pakwheelers,

    Allah Almighty has bestowed me Yamaha YBR 125 on the Mubarak day of Jumma-tul-Vida i.e. 17th July 2015 at the introduction price of Rs.129,400/-.

    The Yamaha YBR 125 is a light motorcycle made by the Yamaha. first Introduced in 2005 in the world other than Pakistan. Now in 2015 it is introduced in Pakistan.

    I have researched on this bike from different angles e.g. Fuel Consumption, Price, Engine type, Looks, Power, and Accessories etc. As many of you know that I was proud owner of Honda Pridor and it was the first bike sold by Honda at that time in Lahore market and was a very good bike which was totally hassle free.


    The part of my research is shared with you all friends here in the form of a table.
    Yamaha YBR 125 has changed the style of people on the road as it is the most lucrative bike ever in Pakistan. Being the introducing bike; Yamaha has produced it with the following pros. & cons.:
    Pros. & Cons:

    1. Soft touch Self-starter switch.
    2. Comfortable to use indicator switch.
    3. Headlight with parking light and sleek visor.
    4. Most Attractive and Sexy Tank with slip support while breaking the speed with front disc break.
    5. Alloy wheels of 18 inch size each.
    6. Sophisticated and stylish meter with 140km/hr. limit and an easy vision in the night with glowing needles.
    7. Full chromed muffler with safety layer of chrome putty.
    8. Butterfly Carburetor for more efficient fuel delivery.
    9. Big Battery and direct head light ON function.
    10. Beautiful Fuel on/off switch. Overall looks are killer and Color quality is impressive.
    11. Bike covered up till 15000kms with 5 free tunings.

    The cons. of Yamaha YBR 125 are:

    • Mud guard in front of rear tyre is missing. The mud guard of front fender is also missing.
    • Engine Kill switch is missing.
    • Dipper switch is missing.
    • The distance between the chain cover and rear tyre is narrow.
    • Parts are very expensive.
    • Missing issue before 1000km.



    The Comments and ideas are always welcome.

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    @racer7 many congrats bro from my side for getting this bike

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    My experience of ybr125:
    OK yesterday I went to market in my ravi 70 when I reached there I saw a blue ybr standing there so I went to him and asked some questions like about performance and overall experience then as I m talking to him I remembered about that people on PW cirtisied about ybr sound as some r saying the sound is just like a electric bike I asked him to start the bike and he did and said to me bhai bike ride Karna aata hai ap ko I said yes then he said try my bike and then I tried it uff its a hell bike much best bike I have ridden till date much much better then cg125 and for people complaing about its sound don't know what is wrong with u guys this bike has v sweet sound with no vibration although I drove it vv less and at 20km speeds only but it felt much better now some pros and cons
    Pros:
    Vibrationless engine
    V bright headlamp with battery powered lights
    Beautiful speed o meter with gear indication fuel guage rpm meter
    Disk breaks
    Alloy rims
    And excellent graphics
    And a best suspension
    Cons
    No pass switch
    No kill switch
    Racer bro your full review about this bike
    And for those who say that its underpowered I asked the owner about power of this bike and he said ke bahi I have driven it at 90kmph at highway and it goes like breeze at this speed and the owner is an ex owner of cg 125 and mind it that the bike was only 85km driven

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Kindly share a pic brother so that we can also see


    Inshallah, Tomorrow Morning the Pics will be shared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold View Post
    @racer7
    Brother first of all bohat bohat Mubarak ho. Allah chalana naseeb kera.
    Agar bura na mana to aik choti si galti ha app ka table main. Deluxe 125 main disk break atti ha.
    Thank you bro. Yes you are right, it will be corrected soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altisdualvvti View Post
    My experience of ybr125:
    OK yesterday I went to market in my ravi 70 when I reached there I saw a blue ybr standing there so I went to him and asked some questions like about performance and overall experience then as I m talking to him I remembered about that people on PW cirtisied about ybr sound as some r saying the sound is just like a electric bike I asked him to start the bike and he did and said to me bhai bike ride Karna aata hai ap ko I said yes then he said try my bike and then I tried it uff its a hell bike much best bike I have ridden till date much much better then cg125 and for people complaing about its sound don't know what is wrong with u guys this bike has v sweet sound with no vibration although I drove it vv less and at 20km speeds only but it felt much better now some pros and cons
    Pros:
    Vibrationless engine
    V bright headlamp with battery powered lights
    Beautiful speed o meter with gear indication fuel guage rpm meter
    Disk breaks
    Alloy rims
    And excellent graphics
    And a best suspension
    Cons
    No pass switch
    No kill switch
    Racer bro your full review about this bike
    And for those who say that its underpowered I asked the owner about power of this bike and he said ke bahi I have driven it at 90kmph at highway and it goes like breeze at this speed and the owner is an ex owner of cg 125 and mind it that the bike was only 85km driven

    Sent from my GFIVE G10 mini using Tapatalk
    Bro thank you for the detailed comments on YBR.

    Actually it is the only bike now in Pakistan which pays it's price.

    Being a proud owner of it, I will update to all of my Pak wheelers friends so that they can judge better.

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    We already tried on many threads to make them understand the luxurious Ride.. But... Here on this PW platform Users are not ready to accept the reality... Many of Us (YBR Owners) are forced to Leave the Threads as we did...

    Hope this Thread will remain Clean from Unprofessional Riders... Best of Luck....

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    MashAllah congratulations and welcome to club bro , break in period love the bike enjoy the Ride
    [Proud Owner of Yamaha YBR 125 - MashaAllah] -- [Smartphones/Computers "Keera" ] -- [Fan of Traveling/Adventure]

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    Quote Originally Posted by adimash View Post
    We already tried on many threads to make them understand the luxurious Ride.. But... Here on this PW platform Users are not ready to accept the reality... Many of Us (YBR Owners) are forced to Leave the Threads as we did...

    Hope this Thread will remain Clean from Unprofessional Riders... Best of Luck....
    Inshallah, while making a new thread it was my thinking that I will update all of my findings and steps regarding my YBR and with the sharing of knowledge of mine with you all of my friends at Pak wheels so that we all may all better contribute and maintain our rides.

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    Default Regsitration of my YBR 125

    Dear friends on Saturday I have got registered my YBR from E&T Office Ali Complex, Lahore, near Shimla Hill Lahore.

    The amount I paid for the registration was Rs.3544/- and Rs.100/- for file preparation. E&T provided me the receipt of the registration and then I was asked to get the no. plates from the concerned person. With the no. plates, the person provided me the Nuts & Bolts also as shown in the pics. He also told me that the registration book and the original documents will be sent via courier at my home address within 15 days.
    After getting the registration I moved to McLeod Road motorcycle market to get fixed the no. plates but I could not get the no. plates fixed by any one of them so decided to fix it my self. The rest of the story the pics will tell.

    Interestingly, the nuts & bolts provided by the E&T Punjab are Bolt on Fitting for front no. plate.
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    Default Installed Piggyback Shock Absorbers

    Installed Piggyback Shock absorbers for better performance of the suspension of my YBR.

    The pics are attached for your interest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Installed Piggyback Shock absorbers for better performance of the suspension of my YBR.

    The pics are attached for your interest.

    Nice. Now this is what i call real customisation. This must have increased the smoothness and pleasure of your ride many folds. Do update us on the overall difference between the stock shocks and these ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCold View Post
    Nice. Now this is what i call real customisation. This must have increased the smoothness and pleasure of your ride many folds. Do update us on the overall difference between the stock shocks and these ones.
    Bro you are right there is a hell of difference between the stock and these shock absorbers. I have experienced both type of shocks and found that these shocks are much softer than the stock one. These shocks absorb the jerks smoothly and the rider feels more comfortable.
    Also the update will be continued as I will travel on different kind of roads.

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    shocks are looking very good on ybr but more than looks what you told about performance
    is the real thing and its very good to know they perform very best

    Racer i think shocks are not adjustable?

    and bro are these shocks available without that bottle
    as these i think won't fit cg dream because of seat cowl

    Vicky bhai kindly comment


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    Can you plz share the per liter milage of ybr. Thinking to buy it, so your input will be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omar4494 View Post
    Can you plz share the per liter milage of ybr. Thinking to buy it, so your input will be helpful.
    Bro Fuel Mileage will Depend Upon Your Ridding Style... As am Getting 35-38 Per Liter.. Am Rough Rider Mean i always Shoot my Bike from zero to Top Speed and i aways Ride on Long Route (as my Office is Far away from My Home).. Many YBR Owners Getting Fuel Average 40-45km Per Liter... So You Keep 40kmpL Average in Your Mind....

    Best of Luck...

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Installed Piggyback Shock absorbers for better performance of the suspension of my YBR.

    Nice Addition Bro.. Keep it Up...

    I also Want to Suggest You to Change Stock Spark Plug with Iridium Plug CR7HIX... You will feel Big Difference in Bike Performance.. More Power.. More Smoothness.. More Pick... More Fuel Efficiency...

    Above Said statement is Based on my Personal Experience & am Using It...

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Installed Piggyback Shock absorbers for better performance of the suspension of my YBR.

    The pics are attached for your interest.

    MA-SHA_ALLAH..............your bike looks good and attractive....../
    bus i just want to know some things please mention your answer for our guidence......./
    1)...For how much you get these shock absorbers..........???
    2)...Can i fit them in old point 70 and Cg 125.................???

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    shocks are looking very good on ybr but more than looks what you told about performance
    is the real thing and its very good to know they perform very best

    Racer i think shocks are not adjustable?

    and bro are these shocks available without that bottle
    as these i think won't fit cg dream because of seat cowl

    Vicky bhai kindly comment

    Amjad Bhai, for more details regarding these shocks you may visit the thread of respected bro @vicktulla:

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/non...le#post4757978

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    Quote Originally Posted by omar4494 View Post
    Can you plz share the per liter milage of ybr. Thinking to buy it, so your input will be helpful.
    Bro as per the dealer it’s average will be 60kmpl on best tune. However, on an average it’s average is 45kmpl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adimash View Post
    Nice Addition Bro.. Keep it Up...

    I also Want to Suggest You to Change Stock Spark Plug with Iridium Plug CR7HIX... You will feel Big Difference in Bike Performance.. More Power.. More Smoothness.. More Pick... More Fuel Efficiency...

    Above Said statement is Based on my Personal Experience & am Using It...
    Bro from where you have purchased the Irridium plug?
    If it is so effective then please share the place and price so that I may get this instantly.

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