2007 Yamaha TT-R125L/LE

New 2007 Yamaha Dirt Bikes

Sep. 01, 2006 By ORC STAFF
New Features and Refinements
2007 Yamaha TT-R125L/LE
Key Features:
  • The full-boat “LE” model features pushbutton electric start, 19- and 16-inch wheels for great handling, an aluminum swingarm, adjustable suspension calibrated for aggressive and/or bigger riders and a 220mm front disc brake.
  • A seat height of only 31.7 inches makes this one accessible to most riders; 11.6 inches of ground clearance and long-travel suspension at both ends mean it’s also a serious trail bike.
  • Potent, 124cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke powerplant puts out torquey, broadband power tuned for maximum off-road performance in a wide range of trail conditions.
  • Convenient electric starter for effortless starting. (LE only)
  • 20mm Mikuni carburetor ensures crisp, dependable throttle response.
  • Smooth-shifting, YZ-type five-speed transmission with heavy-duty clutch is geared for maximum versatility and usable power delivery.
  • CDI ignition system is ultra-reliable and never needs maintenance.
  • Automatic cam chain tensioner means minimal maintenance and longer engine life.
  • Easy-access, tool-free air filter adds extra convenience during maintenance.
  • Lightweight exhaust system features quiet, USFS-approved spark arrestor.
  • Rigid, YZ-style frame design features a long, 50-inch wheelbase to accommodate bigger riders while maintaining quick, agile off-road handling.
  • 31.7-inch seat height and 11.6 inches of ground clearance create a nimble, sharp-steering package capable of tackling rugged trails and terrain.
  • Box-section swingarm features snail-type chain adjusters for quick and easy chain adjustments. (L Only)
  • 30mm telescopic front fork with 7.1 inches of travel features preload adjustability (LE Only) and slightly stiffer settings than both the TT-R125E and TT-R125L, for more aggressive off-road performance and handling.
  • The LE Model has a fully adjustable, remote reservoir, single rear shock with 6.6 inches of travel uses firmer settings and a slightly longer swingarm than 125E and 125L, which provides great handling for the aggressive rider. The L Model has a single rear shock with 6.6 inches of travel also has firmer settings than TT-R125E to provide predictable handling for the aggressive rider.
  • Lightweight aluminum box-section swingarm for reduced unsprung weight and optimum suspension performance. (LE Only)
  • 220mm front disc and 110mm rear drum brakes deliver strong, confidence-inspiring stopping power.
  • Big 19-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels mean great handling and terrainability combined with sharp, predictable steering.
  • Knobby tires offer superb grip and exceptional wear.
 Additional Features:
  • Long, YZ-style seat is low, comfortable and allows easy rider movement.
  • “Gripper” type seat aids seat-of-the-pants feel.
  • Team Yamaha–inspired colors, graphics, and front and side number plates create styling similar to larger YZ lineup.
  • Sleek, narrow fuel tank helps create big-bike look and feel. (L Only)
  • Large, folding cleated footpegs provide excellent footing even in wet or muddy conditions.
  • Durable fork boots ensure excellent fork seal and stanchion tube protection.

2007 TT-R125L/LE
Engine Type Engine Type 124cc air-cooled, SOHC 4-stroke single - w/electric start (LE Only)
Bore and Stroke 54mm x 54mm
Compression Ratio 10:1
Carburetion 20mm Mikuni
Ignition CDI
Transmission 5-speed w/manual clutch
Final Drive Chain
Front Suspension 30mm (preload adjustable) telescopic fork; 7.1" travel (LE Only)
Rear Suspension (Rebound damping adjustable) Single shock; 6.6" travel (LE Only)
Front Brake 220mm Disc
Rear Brake 110mm Drum
Front Tire 70/100-19
Rear Tire 90/100-16
Overall Length 74.2"
Overall Width 31.3"
Overall Height 42.7"
Seat Height 31.7"
Ground Clearance 11.6"
Wheelbase 50"
Dry Weight L Model is 172 lb. -- LE Model is 185 lb.
Fuel Capacity 1.74 gal.
Warranty 90 Day (Limited Factory Warranty)
MSRP*$2,799 TT-R125LE (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from August 2006$2,599 TT-R125L (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from August 2006

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