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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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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    Yes bro biggest complain i had and i have with deluxe is the top speed
    only once i touched 110km/h on bike when it was brand new after
    that i never saw that speed on meter i have tested other my friend
    deluxe 2013 too deluxe sticks at speed 90-95km/h and with double
    don't expect it to go beyond 90km/h

    now my cg dream which is 4gear mostly touches 100km/h and with less wind
    easily cross 100km/h and touches 110km/h


    than why are ybr owners getting their bikes tuned so early and ruining fun of their bike
    i think we should recommend them not get their bike tuned so early i personally recommend
    fellow Racer yar don't get your ybr tuned unnecessarly at 1000km as after that you might
    not get fun that you want to see in ybr and i have recommended in my first comments to
    ybr owners here do check your bikes performance before getting it tuned and letting nonsense
    idiot mechanic touch it mechanics here are really idiot still most don't even properly tuned atlas bikes

    ybr is big thing for them they do their ustaadi they are in pride always
    Exactly... Mechanics starts thinking that they are best mechanic available in the market... Every mechanic wish to clean their hands on YBR as many ones did...

    One thing Amjad Bro... Who successfully ran his YBR 2500+km, he will never complain about YBR Performance... me my self personally feels that day by day Engine increasing its performance.. In other words you can Say "Engine Khul raha ho jaisey" am not taking YBR Side but its fact this machine have some Guts... Only needs Better Mechanic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    yes its possible by gaining some knowledge i think you start search on this
    and yeah i know you would not but still i say don't get it tuned very early
    get it tuned atleast after 3000km

    Ybr valves are like CD70 or Pridor which in my view are more easier to adjust
    and assessing them would not be difficult as compare to cg

    Yes you are right it should be tuned at around 3000Kms but everybody who has driven YBR is asking for the first tuning at 1000Kms. Every owner of YBR claims that after 1000kms and first tuning the YBR starts performing at its good>better>best levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adimash View Post
    Exactly... Mechanics starts thinking that they are best mechanic available in the market... Every mechanic wish to clean their hands on YBR as many ones did...

    One thing Amjad Bro... Who successfully ran his YBR 2500+km, he will never complain about YBR Performance... me my self personally feels that day by day Engine increasing its performance.. In other words you can Say "Engine Khul raha ho jaisey" am not taking YBR Side but its fact this machine have some Guts... Only needs Better Mechanic!
    If so then I am also the luckiest guy on the earth who got YBR. Personally I have compared all the bikes of it’s class and found it’s price low due to the Alloy Rims, Sulf starter, Looks and many more. So on an average it is not costly and if it gives speed then we can say in punjabi that
    SONAY TE SOHAGA


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    Bro @adimash @DJNOMI have you experienced the tyres change of your YBRs with the tubeless ones?


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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Bro @adimash @DJNOMI have you experienced the tyres change of your YBRs with the tubeless ones?
    not yet still thinking of doing so but bit hesitant or you can say i am satisfied with current tyres ,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    not yet still thinking of doing so but bit hesitant or you can say i am satisfied with current tyres ,
    Bro have you got information about tubeless tyres i.e. type, price etc

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    spotted this on road .. such a classy look .. first time i liked the looks of Pakistani byc eh even though i have no byc and I dnt know how to ride it
    Yamaha ybr 125 2015 - LFoXDjG

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Bro have you got information about tubeless tyres i.e. type, price etc
    well tyre specifications should remain same as stock price i think will be around 5k depends upon brand BTW in Lahore best option is to visit bilal ganj you can get cheaper and better quality imported tyres at lower prices my young brother got tubeless tyre for his CG 125 from Bilal ganj for 2.5k it was imported tyre.

    rest you need to visit maclead road and check prices and brands from 2-3 shops you can also adjust price by giving your stock tyres to them in replacement it can save 2-3k Rupees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slakr View Post
    spotted this on road .. such a classy look .. first time i liked the looks of Pakistani byc eh even though i have no byc and I dnt know how to ride it
    Yamaha ybr 125 2015 - LFoXDjG
    Bro it’s a mind blowing look. If you ride it you will definitely fall in love with it.

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    Friends, can you please give your thoughts on the cold starting procedure of YBR 125?

    Actually when I went to purchased my YBR; I got petrol myself from the best pump in Lahore but when the guy started the bike after pouring the petrol in the tank; the bike hesitated to start and he told me that the petrol is not good. He also told me that due to the petrol quality the bike is taking time to get start.

    Could it be the fact or there is some special procedure to get start a YBR?


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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Friends, can you please give your thoughts on the cold starting procedure of YBR 125?

    Actually when I went to purchased my YBR; I got petrol myself from the best pump in Lahore but when the guy started the bike after pouring the petrol in the tank; the bike hesitated to start and he told me that the petrol is not good. He also told me that due to the petrol quality the bike is taking time to get start.

    Could it be the fact or there is some special procedure to get start a YBR?

    your statement need more clarity , your bike start after how many self generally bike should start in first self the technique is push self and rev the throttle at same time rather than pressing self again again it can take 3-4 tries to start bike automatically with using race this is my personal experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJNOMI View Post
    your statement need more clarity , your bike start after how many self generally bike should start in first self the technique is push self and rev the throttle at same time rather than pressing self again again it can take 3-4 tries to start bike automatically with using race this is my personal experience.
    The guy there at dealership tried more than 3-4 times and after every fresh start he tried more and more time that I asked him to use only the kick to start the bike.
    In your opinion it should start by trying 3-4 times but with the slight use of the throttle. Bro also let’s see what other friends share their experience so that we may able to find a proper solution on the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    The guy there at dealership tried more than 3-4 times and after every fresh start he tried more and more time that I asked him to use only the kick to start the bike.
    In your opinion it should start by trying 3-4 times but with the slight use of the throttle. Bro also let?s see what other friends share their experience so that we may able to find a proper solution on the matter.
    It should start on very first try. I use self-start every morning and it always starts on first try.
    I use kick-start twice in week and it always work on first try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waqasshahzad View Post
    It should start on very first try. I use self-start every morning and it always starts on first try.
    I use kick-start twice in week and it always work on first try.
    Yes it should do so and how much time it take to heatup your YBR’s engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Yes it should do so and how much time it take to heatup your YBR’s engine?
    My bike starts in first try even if starting after 2 days, once in 100 times or even less it started in 2nd try... no doubt fuel quality is very poor, get hi-octane mixed with super unleaded... 60:40 ratio... but i don't think petrol quality have something to do with starting....

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    i also have experience of starting ybr couple of times a person who is teacher
    in town near by my village has bought ybr i with my friends went specially to
    see ybr he was nice person he gave us keys and even offered to test drive it

    i did not test drive it as i was complete unaware of gear mechanism and i
    did not wish to drive some unknown person bike he was nice person but still
    i personally did not wish to drive i just started inspecting bike

    so there i get chance to use self start i wanted to test self i am very new to self so
    i failed to start bike couple of times than owner told you need to give little throttle
    and than press it will start on first self and that is way to start else it would not start
    after that i tried i successfully started it on first self but you must twist throttle little
    else it would not start

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    i also have experience of starting ybr couple of times a person who is teacher
    in town near by my village has bought ybr i with my friends went specially to
    see ybr he was nice person he gave us keys and even offered to test drive it

    i did not test drive it as i was complete unaware of gear mechanism and i
    did not wish to drive some unknown person bike he was nice person but still
    i personally did not wish to drive i just started inspecting bike

    so there i get chance to use self start i wanted to test self i am very new to self so
    i failed to start bike couple of times than owner told you need to give little throttle
    and than press it will start on first self and that is way to start else it would not start
    after that i tried i successfully started it on first self but you must twist throttle little
    else it would not start
    Yes Amjad this is the only way to start bike in first try Push self and give throttle and bike will start..
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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    i also have experience of starting ybr couple of times a person who is teacher
    in town near by my village has bought ybr i with my friends went specially to
    see ybr he was nice person he gave us keys and even offered to test drive it

    i did not test drive it as i was complete unaware of gear mechanism and i
    did not wish to drive some unknown person bike he was nice person but still
    i personally did not wish to drive i just started inspecting bike

    so there i get chance to use self start i wanted to test self i am very new to self so
    i failed to start bike couple of times than owner told you need to give little throttle
    and than press it will start on first self and that is way to start else it would not start
    after that i tried i successfully started it on first self but you must twist throttle little
    else it would not start
    This bike has a butterfly carburetor and fixed RPM like in a car. So after that first day’s bike start by the showroom guy, I have never ever gone for the 2nd self as I have adopted the same procedure as I do with my Mehran.
    Simply give the sulf with light throttle. The showroom people even does not know this bike that how to start it as they think it and deal it like the ordinary bike and they repeat the sulf in that way i.e. used in the normal motorcycles.

    YAMAHA should teach their dealers about the starting procedure of YBR.



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    Well when i bought my Ybr same thing happened to me... My Bike not starts on first tries... Then dealer started with kick... On that day Dealer also told me that YBR is different then other available bikes... It needs atleast more fuel in tank to start then others... I bought almost 4liter for my YBr on that time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Yes it should do so and how much time it take to heatup your YBR’s engine?
    Bhai to be honest i never cared to heatup engine before using my bike.
    If you ask regarding heat coming from the engine then i can tell you from my experience that it's really impressive .
    I used GS-150 for 60KM (speed 90KM/h-100KM/h) continues travel and felt a lot of heat on my feat (I use open shoes).
    On same kind of travel(speed 90KM/h-100KM/h) YBR was really cool and did not throw heat on my feat.

    Its rainy season and i want to share few points from my experience

    1.YBR got really cheap mirrors , check mirror base(near screws) , it can get rust in no time. i had to remove mirrors and cleaned all paint. Then used fuel pipe(imported) pipe to cover whole mirror shaft.
    2. Also check battery terminals , In my case one of the terminal was rusted , i applied minor diesel and cleaned it with cloth.
    3. In my area roads are really bad and mud goes deep inside the airscoop /fuel tank . I have no idea how to clean that.

    I want to remove Air scoops from fule tank any suggestions ???
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