I have a yz 125 2001 model. if i buy excel rims from a yamaha yz 125 2008 model will they fit on my bike or has things changed since then? like will my sprocket fot onto that rim and is the axel the same ect? Thank You for your help
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The YZ is a dirt bike as is. The WR is a street bike and has more accessories on it.
Remove the body parts you do not want to get broken. Turn signals, tail light, speedometer, tachometer and mirrors are the main things. Fenders and headlight are possibilities also but the fenders tend to keep mud off the the engine and your body while the headlight allows you to ride at night.
Change to a larger rear sprocket. Two or three teeth will make a difference. This will make the bike to " quicker " off the line and out of turns and provide more torque than stock. Top end is a bit slower but with all the twists and turns you seldom get to top speed anyway.
Get a heavier flywheel. Yamaha has one but the cost is about $105.00. An aftermarket flywheel may be an option that would cost less.