YCF Pilot F125

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  1. Aug 10, 2018 #1

    MattRC

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    Hey guys. New to the forum and pitbikes in general. My son (11 year old) has just got a YCF Pilot f125 after deciding he wanted to sell his KLX 110. Seem to be having a lot of trouble finding info on performance mods etc over her in Australia. Any ideas, recommendations for mods etc would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Chuck a oko26 carb on it, ride it till he wants more power then get a bigger engine for it.....
     
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    as far as an oko goes, what mods are you looking for? bigger zauhst? more top end? more bottom end?
    most of the mods you can actually find in the current ycf aus catalogue, well mostly bling bits and other goodies,
    im pretty sure the 125 donk they run, are a lifan, if youre really looking to scare him, grab a gpx125 off DHZ.. best bang for your buck!
     
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    Just after a little bit more all round power.
     
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    If your after more punch you could go a smaller carb but your better off goin bigger but try them out and see what your son likes better and down the track upgrade bit by bit there frame and suspension setups are pretty decent and you shouldn’t t really need to worry for now
     

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