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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 racer7 View Post
    Also one can see the battery drain pipe as shown in the pic yellow highlighted.
    Owner of the Bike may be Don't know its proper Place...

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    Quote Originally Posted by adimash View Post
    Owner of the Bike may be Don't know its proper Place...
    May be but any thing may happen here in our country

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer008 View Post
    You didnt get my point, just read the section of manual which describes the routing of battery drain pipe, the pipe shown in picture coming from right side, ends up just above the foot rest stand, and it will ruin it in few months,
    its proper routing is from the left side , and it should end up just belove the rear brake pedal, where there is a holder for two pipes, one for carbeurator fuel over flow pipe, and other for battery drain pipe
    Bro I Got Your Point but you need to have a look this system By Your self Then you come to know that draining will not even drop on footrest...its far from battery draining section... Right side is best side as nothing under it except chain cover or Side Cover... If they replaced it with left side then Engine will be ruined with spill...

    YBR whole structure looks different in Pictures but in real it is something else..

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    [QUOTE=racer7;4866127]His answer was that "We fill in the battery fluid (acid) provided with the new battery and put it aside for some time. Then the battery charges automatically." Hahahahahhhaa.

    Well he is right. The new batteries at the factory are fully charged and then electrolite is drained . This process is called " Dry Charged". In this way the battery has a long shelf life. One has only to add elctrolite at the time of use. After adding , you wait a few minutes to let the battery cells to cool down and then put the battery in you motor bike or your car. Initially the required charge rate is 5% which is supplied by the vehicles charging system. The battery comes up to a full charge shortly and do not need extra charging.

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    @racer7: MASHA ALLAH congrats brother. good choice.
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    For those who r complaing about bike doesn't start in first self I have tested some ones brand new ybr only 85km driven but that bikes started with first try I have no experience of self start before but as I started this bike with just a touch on self button and it gets started with out throttle v easily u guys should get your bike checked from your dealers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    @racer7: MASHA ALLAH congrats brother. good choice.
    Thank you so very much brother for your nice words.

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    [QUOTE=mohammadsajid;4867245]
    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    His answer was that "We fill in the battery fluid (acid) provided with the new battery and put it aside for some time. Then the battery charges automatically." Hahahahahhhaa.

    Well he is right. The new batteries at the factory are fully charged and then electrolite is drained . This process is called " Dry Charged". In this way the battery has a long shelf life. One has only to add elctrolite at the time of use. After adding , you wait a few minutes to let the battery cells to cool down and then put the battery in you motor bike or your car. Initially the required charge rate is 5% which is supplied by the vehicles charging system. The battery comes up to a full charge shortly and do not need extra charging.
    Brother no this is not true.

    Actually dry batteries for motorcycles are not filled with electrolyte, are referred to as “dry-charged” or “dry charge” batteries. The reason they are shipped dry charged is due to the fact that this gives them a longer shelf life (decades vs months) and it reduces the total price for the customer since the manufacture does not have to invest resources to fill, seal, and charge these motorcycle batteries which are much smaller than car batteries which will hold their charges for longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Bro can we get a scanned image of the instruction page? It will be good for every YBR owner
    Yamaha ybr 125 2015 -1601534

    That is the correct routing for battery drain pipe on page 30-6 of the manual,
    we can see doted pipe coming from right then going towards the kick side of the engine , below the break pedal where holder is attached

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    Quote Originally Posted by umer008 View Post
    Yamaha ybr 125 2015 -1601534

    That is the correct routing for battery drain pipe on page 30-6 of the manual,
    we can see doted pipe coming from right then going towards the kick side of the engine , below the break pedal where holder is attached
    Thank you brother for highlighting the point.

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    Default D.i.y. Mudflap for my ybr

    Yesterday I did a little DIY by preparing two mudflaps for the front fender and the rear fender i.e. "in between the body frame and rear fender" of my bike. These mudflaps are not available in the local market so I searched for such rubber material which could be good for the purpose and may be installed on my YBR.

    I got an old bottle of Caltex CXT engine oil and selected it for my DIY. Rest of the story the pics will tell.

    The updated pics of my YBR will be uploaded after installation of the flaps.
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    Default Exhaust Heat Shield Washer

    Bro have any one of you experienced that the silencer heat shield of YBR has equal no. of washers as shown in pic?

    Yesterday when I opened the silencer heat shield to put CF Paper on it, there were four nuts and four heat shield washers on the upper side of heat shield while on the lower side there were only two washers. Is it okay or should I get the new two washers to complete the set of four?

    Also can we get it from the market? if yes then from where in Lahore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Bro have any one of you experienced that the silencer heat shield of YBR has equal no. of washers as shown in pic?

    Yesterday when I opened the silencer heat shield to put CF Paper on it, there were four nuts and four heat shield washers on the upper side of heat shield while on the lower side there were only two washers. Is it okay or should I get the new two washers to complete the set of four?

    Also can we get it from the market? if yes then from where in Lahore?
    It's Normal... Mine also have only 2 washers....

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    Quote Originally Posted by adimash View Post
    It's Normal... Mine also have only 2 washers....
    Okay. Thank you bro but i think it should be 4 then it could fulfill it's purpose completely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    Okay. Thank you bro but i think it should be 4 then it could fulfill it's purpose completely.
    @racer7 what about mudflaps u were working on?? no pics uploaded.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrar6777 View Post
    @racer7 what about mudflaps u were working on?? no pics uploaded.....
    Both mudflaps have been installed on my YBR. Only the pics to be taken are remaining and surely by this weekend pics will be uploaded.

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    Default Engine skid sheet for ybr

    I have made the "engine skid sheet" fopr my YBR from an old computer CPU's side cover i.e. in black color and made 100 holes in it.

    Soon will post the pics of whole DIY with complete specs. I have tried to cover the necessary things which don't need the Air e.g. the centre main pipe which is holding the engine. The engine skid sheet will protect the engine from MUD and the 100 air vents will provide sufficient air to the engine.

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    nice modifications you working on eager to watch pictures

    and yeah i always do that also talking about installing mud guard to protect
    frame from dirt of rear tire i am doing this since i bought pridor and it had
    such kinda mud protector installed from factory

    i go to my friend mechanic he used tire tube sticks it with SAMAND BOND

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    Quote Originally Posted by amjad635 View Post
    nice modifications you working on eager to watch pictures

    and yeah i always do that also talking about installing mud guard to protect
    frame from dirt of rear tire i am doing this since i bought pridor and it had
    such kinda mud protector installed from factory

    i go to my friend mechanic he used tire tube sticks it with SAMAND BOND
    Bro in YBR there is a nut which hold the rear fender, i used that nut to fix the plastic piece so it will never ever loose.

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    its good having screw there because of it installation must be easy and firm

    even though in my cases SAMAND BOND never really betrayed but screw is definitely better
    in cd70 as it had metal fenders tube mud guard was peeling off so had to redone it
    and it then remained stuck there for quite time until bike was with me

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