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Which way do nuts turn on YBR 125cc 2006

Which way to nuts turn on YBR 125cc 2006 model.Have Haynes manual but doesnt tell you this.Is there a proper workshop manual available

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Left hand bolts are not common on modern motorcycles. So, to loosen, turn counterclockwise. To tighten, turn clockwise.

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Which is the best oil for my yamaha ybr 125cc? Thanks.


Synthetic oil is best but a bit more expensive. How ever mostly used on high perfomance engine which is not the case with a 125cc. If you don't want to spend too much money you can opt for semi synthetic oil. I hope this helps.

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WORKSHOP MANUAL


Is it this you are looking for?
http://corne.ygm.co.za/manuals/F650GS_EU.pdf

307 pages to read:)

And this can also help you if you need more assistance:

http://faq.f650.com/main.html

Good luck
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Valve clearances


Hi Anne

The cold valve lash for your bike are intake 0.08-0.12mm and exhaust 0.10-0.14mm. You can get this and more specifications for your machine for free here.

regards
robotek

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