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How to Wheelie a Z125

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New video up on my youtube channel Dagnerperformance for the interested
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-02-2017, 10:43 AM
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Just watched the vid, bike looks great

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Just watched the vid, bike looks great
Thank you Sir👍🏻
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Question, those are the cr50 bars right? Do you have riser on them? I don't remember.

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Question, those are the cr50 bars right? Do you have riser on them? I don't remember.
No i initially had 50 bars on it, since the dealership gave them to me but the stock controls didn't fit right so i put pro taper klx110 bars on which are slightly wider and have enough straight bar room to fit controls perfect. I did install 30mm risers to make up for the height. Fit good and feel perfect now👍🏻
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Cool vid. Agree that the bike is looking good. I think it also helps to not weigh 220....... lol....

I like your oil cooler idea. Looking forward to that vid.

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In the video you said you have a TST Magnetic Flush drain Plug? How much was it and where can I find one on their webpage??


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In the video you said you have a TST Magnetic Flush drain Plug? How much was it and where can I find one on their webpage??
Well i thought i got it from them, but I got so many parts laying around, it was something else i got from them. Search ebay for a klr650 magnetic drain plug and you will see one for $12👍🏻
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Cool vid. Agree that the bike is looking good. I think it also helps to not weigh 220....... lol....

I like your oil cooler idea. Looking forward to that vid.
I actually have one that i have been putting together, then out of nowhere, Mike at TB's sends me 2. I will build one using everything i have soon.
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Well i thought i got it from them, but I got so many parts laying around, it was something else i got from them. Search ebay for a klr650 magnetic drain plug and you will see one for $12👍🏻
The Brand was TUSK, not TST, my bad!
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