Question about 2004 Honda XR 125 L
You could mess around with the fuel and air ratio mix butyou may need a dyno for that, you could just try simple modifiations like new exhausts, new colours and wheels excetera, the safest way would be to take it to a mechanic and see what they could do for you but that could cost you, i would not say there is an easy way to do this without experience working with bikes.
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