The new taillight is nice, but the oracle 11g client r1 fullversion.rar rest of the rear end was better in the first generation.
This scooter was actually Yamahas BWs 125 scooter from the Asian market which they designed new headlights for and introduced in the USA as the Zuma 125 and in Canada still using the BWs 125 name.This model is commonly referred to as the bug eye Zuma, although third generation also shares these lights.The seat has enough room to accommodate larger riders, but short legged riders will find it kinda high and the cushioning is stiff for longer trips.This generation of Zuma used a horizontal Minarelli motor (rather than vertical for which aftermarket parts are also plentiful.Here, yamaha AT2 125 Exploded View Parts List Diagram Schematics 1972.Engine: 4-stroke, air-cooled (fan assist sohc, 4-valve, single * Displacement: 125 cc * Bore and Stroke:.4.9mm * Compression Ratio: 10:1 * Maximum Torque: 7 lbs-ft @ 6,000 rpm * Fuel Delivery: 24mm throttle body fuel injection * Estimated Fuel Consumption: 38kpl.There are a few main qualities to look for a scooter (besides the engine) which are storage, comfort, quality and style.
Yamaha does sell a front basket (below) for the left side of the inner legshield, but this basket is really a plastic cupholder and less usable than a lockable cubby hole would.
2013: Matte Black (aka Metallic Black in Canada Dynamic Blue (USA Only Vivid Metallic Red (Canada Only) 2014: Matte Titan, Burnt Orange Metallic 2015: Stardust Silver, Competition Silver Heat Red 2016: Radical White, Ultramarine blue aka Dark Purplish Metallic Blue 2017: Heat Red, Liquid Silver.Some tweaks were made that increase its stylistic ties to the larger.Here, yamaha atmx 125 Exploded View Parts List Diagram Schematics.The Zuma 125 is badged in Canada and overseas as the BWs 125, internally to Yamaha as the YW125 and casually to enthusiasts as the Z125.The fuel injection and 4-valves are downright cutting edge (in engines this small but strangely Yamaha opted to skip the liquid cooling and instead keep the temperatures under control with a fan.Now the fancy ignition switch with magnetic lock out is moved to the center, a new cup holder is added on the right and the fill hole for the in floor gas tank is located on the left.All the key dimensions of the YW125 are within an inch or two of its 50cc sibling, helping this scooter retain sporty handling.During my 10,000 km (6000 miles) cross Canada road trip on a Zuma 125, the seat comfort was tolerable, but not great.

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