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Old 10-26-2005, 10:44 PM
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Anybody Used these? I was just thinking about getting a couple to have on hand. Just wanted to see if anyone has used them to get a opinion on them.

I just bought a 01 YZ125 today and was going to hold off on replacing the topend until the end of Winter but thinking about going ahead and pulling it apart and put a Wiseco Topend in it just to be on the safe side. Better to spend 100$ on a topend kit than several more on a blown motor. Plus I think 125s might be ridden harder when its muddy as you spin alot which lets the engine spin more...so on a straight where in the summer your hooked up..you might be going just as fast in the mud but be spinning more and working the engine harder. I just like having piece of mind. That goes a long way with me.

Oh the point of me mentioning the topend is because the Kit is $99.95 at motosportoutlet. But if I order 100$ shipping is free so I thought about grabbing 1 or 2 of those filters.

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They're awesome. Honestly I relplace my filter after every two rides(unless it's really dirty), I don't clean them, I pop in new ones. It almost works out to be the same price after you pay for all the chemicals to clean them. Definitly go for them.

You don't have to use them once, they're reusable.
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Old 10-26-2005, 10:49 PM
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I've been using the ready filters for a year now with great results. I'd highly recommend them.
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Old 10-26-2005, 10:51 PM
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Awesome..I think I will grab a couple...that way I don't have to get my hands all nasty. Plus I either always seemed to not put enough oil on teh filter or put to much and it would drip all over my swingarm..YUCK...pain the you know what to clean..lubes the chain though.
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never heard of them, ill have to check them out, how much do they cost??
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Old 10-26-2005, 10:57 PM
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ready filters have worked great for me, they save a lot of hassle and upon inspecting the air boot i've never once found any evidence that they weren't doing their job.

quick, cheap, easy, effective ... what's not to like?

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Old 10-26-2005, 10:59 PM
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never heard of them, ill have to check them out, how much do they cost??
At www.Motosportoutlet.com they cost I think it was $125.95






















J/K..HEHEHEHHE. They cost $9.95 from MSO .

Zack,That sounds great to me. I am gonna try these suckers out. BTW Zack do you still have your YZ125? What year was it?
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Readyracing.com
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mine's a '99, and i definitely still have it! as money permits, the two things i'd recommend if you're looking for a little more from your yz is:

1. a vforce reed valve. it adds a really nice snap ... the throttle response improves for sure.

2. a cr-style brake line kit. you can find them from companies like galfer, and you can get them very reasonably on ebay. i didn't realize how 'spongy' my front brake actually was until i put one of these brake line kits on. holy cow, what a difference! just take your time and get used to it because if you're not careful it'll just about put you over the bars the first couple of times you lay into the front brake.

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mine's a '99, and i definitely still have it! as money permits, the two things i'd recommend if you're looking for a little more from your yz is:

1. a vforce reed valve. it adds a really nice snap ... the throttle response improves for sure.

2. a cr-style brake line kit. you can find them from companies like galfer, and you can get them very reasonably on ebay. i didn't realize how 'spongy' my front brake actually was until i put one of these brake line kits on. holy cow, what a difference! just take your time and get used to it because if you're not careful it'll just about put you over the bars the first couple of times you lay into the front brake.

-Z

i had the vforce 3 reed valve on my yz80, it was awesome

the cr brake line routing is amazing, improved stopping power instantly, thats the first thing you should do to your yz, you cant do with out it
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