2010 Husqvarna WR125

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2010 Husqvarna WR125
2010 Husqvarna WR125

2010 Husqvarna WR125
2010 Husqvarna WR125


– 2010 Husqvarna WR125

2010 Husqvarna WR125

WR125 – HUSQVARNA. The WR 125 is the motorbike of choice of many young riders wanting to make a start in enduro.

Light, powerful, manoeuvrable and stable, the WR 125 is a firm favourite having won countless national championship events and in effect becoming the point of reference in its category. The new version benefits from a redesigned frame that has been reinforced in the most critical areas. The chromium molybdenum trellis frame members have been altered as have the upper and lower engine mounts on the new geometry frame.

The plastics are all new, more flexible and stronger so as to avoid damage and the graphics have been created using new IPD (in-mould plastic decoration) technology. The rear mudguard has an LED light cluster with a dual purpose number plate holder (homologation or racing number). All that is needed to have the number plate holder in racing form is to undo two fasteners. There is no need to buy and fit additional after-sales parts.

The 125 comes fitted with Marzocchi 50 mm forks. The Sachs shock absorber has a new separate reservoir that is mounted horizontally in relation to the body of the unit.

The engine has been updated with a new exhaust pipe that improves engine response at low revs and that features a new Arrow silencer.




2010 Husqvarna WR125 – Specifications
MSRP: $TBA USD

Engine
Type Single cylinder, 2-stroke, reed valve and H.T.S. valve with mechanical control on exhaust port
Bore 54 mm
Stroke 54.5 mm
Displacement 124.82 cc
Compression ratio 8.8 : 1
Starting Kick
Cooling Liquid-cooled
Radiator 2
Lubrication Premix 33 : 1
Ignition Electronic C.D.I., analogue type with variable advance
Spark plug type NGK BR 9EG / CHAMPION QN84
Spark plug gap 0.6 mm
Carburetor Mikuni TMX 38
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, mechanic control
Driving disc number 7
Driven disc number 6

Chassis
Type Steel single tube cradle with steel round tubes
Rear frame in light alloy
Front suspension MARZOCCHI USD telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle compression and rebound stroke adjustment
Fork leg diameter 50 mm
Fork travel 300 mm
Rear suspension SACHS Progressive Soft Damp type with single hydraulic shock absorber, spring pre-load adjustment. Compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke – double adjustment)
Rear wheel travel 296 mm
Front brake 260 mm BREMBO fixed disc “wave” type with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Rear brake 240 mm BREMBO floating disc “wave” type with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Rim front 1.60″ x 21″, light alloy
Rim rear 2.15″ x 18″, light alloy
Tyre front 90/90-21″ MICHELIN Enduro Competition 3
Tyre rear 120/90-18″ MICHELIN Enduro Competition 3

Electrical Equipment
Voltage 12 V
Head light 35/35 W
Pilot light 3 W
Tail light 5 W
Stop light 21 W
Turn signal 10 W

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