These (link below) are for a 08 RM 125.
Will a 94 rm 125 engine fit on a 2000 rm frame?
There is a big difference the rm is much faster
piston get stucked in the cylinder
A 1997 rm 125 can go around 60mph.
There is no rm 125 fourstroke they make a drz.
the tenth digit which in your case is a t makes this bike a 1996
Suzuki has made a RM 125 every year since 1975. The 75 RM lineup replaced the successful TM lineup.
The first RM 125 was launched in 1975 by the company Suzuki. RM 125 was not competitive against other bikes like Kawasaki KX, Honda CR and Yamaha YZ models and was quickly modified in 1975. After its modification, it was renamed the model as RM 125S.
The Yamaha ttr 125 would kick the suzuki rm 80's butt there is no comparison
I had a 2000 RM 125 and the title said like 41 HP. But what i do not understand is how the RM 125 has 41 and a kx 500 wich is also a 2 stroke with expantion chamber has only 54 HP. How is this possible?
They should be close enough to use, might have to trim a little to get an exact fit.
No, the 1990 RM cylinder doesn't fit the 1988 cylinder. The 1988 cylinder is the only year that'll fit on a 1988 motor. This was the first year Suzuki did that. It actually sucks because I have a 1988 RM 125 I've been trying to get a cylinder for. And the 1988 cylinder is the only match. Nothing else would fit.
No, because the rm has different size plastics than the drz
2004 RM 125 Head Bolt Torque is Initial 11 .0 lb-ft, Final 18.0 lb-ft
about 90 mph.
about 80 mph
No. You might actually get it to bolt on (doubtful) but 2 stroke pipes are tuned for each bike. A 250 pipe would change your low, mid range and top end power from what you have with a 125 pipe. For optimum power, you might check a Pro Circuit or FMF pipe for an RM 125.