2007 Yamaha TT-R 125E

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2007 Yamaha TTR 125 E

Model Overview:

2007 TTR 125E

Bodystyle Off-Road
Warranty 3 months
Manufacturer Country Japan
Introduction Year N/A
Displacement (cc) 124
Engine Type Single-Cylinder
Nextstep Bg

2007 Yamaha TT-R 125E

Intro

Yamaha began producing motorcycles in 1955, starting with small-displacement bikes and then a developing a strong line of sport bikes. The Japanese company introduced the TT-R 230, an off-road bike based on its popular YZ models, in 2005, joining its TT-R 90E and three 125 models. With the addition of the TT-R 50E a year later, the company was aiming to provide an off-road bike for every beginning rider from the age of seven through adulthood. All six models were carryovers in 2007.

The TT-R 50E and TT-R 90E are both small, light, easy-to-use bikes for young off-roaders. Both have simple electric starters and three speed gearboxes and automatic clutches to go with their air-cooled, SOHC, four-stroke engines; the 50E has a 49cc displacement; the 90E displaces 89cc. The seats are low—21.9 inches for the TT-R 50E and 24.6 inches for the 90E, perfect for seven-to-10-year-old crowd. Parents can control usage via a key and a throttle stop to restrict speed. And in case any adults wish to use these diminutive bikes for pit racing, Yamaha makes plenty of racetrack-inspired accessories available.

The TT-R 125 E, TT-R 125L, and TT-R 125 LE all have air-cooled, 124cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder engines with an SOHC valve configuration and carburetion. These models have five-speed manual transmissions. The TT-R 230, the most powerful of the line—call it the grown-up of the crowd—also has an air-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder engine, one that hits a respectable 223cc displacement, and a six-speed transmission.

Telescopic forks provide the front suspension for all but the littlest TT-R, which gets an inverted fork; all have twin-sided swing arm rear suspension. The two youth models have drum brakes front and back; the others have disc brakes in front.

You could call the TT-R, with its range of models, off-road fun for the whole family.

New For 2007
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2007 Yamaha TT-R Specs

  • Model: TT-R 50E; TT-R-90E, TT-R 125E, TT-R 125L, TT-R 125LE, TT-R 230
  • Engine Type: 49cc (TT-R 50E); 89cc (TT-R-90E); 124cc (TT-R 125E, 125 & LE); 223cc (TT-R 230); air-cooled, single cylinder, four-stroke
  • Bore and Stroke: 1.4 inches x 1.9 inches (TT-R 50E); (TT-R-90E); 2.13 inches x 2.13 inches (TT-R 125E, ); 2.62 inches x 2.84 inches (TT-R 250); 3.03 inches x 2.1 inches (TT-R 250F); 3.74 inches x 2.5 inches (TT-R 450F)
  • Compression ratio: 9:5:1 (TT-R 50E); 8:5:1 (TT-R-90E); 10:0:1 (TT-R 125E, 125L & 125LE); 9:5:1 (TT-R 230)
  • Valve Train: SOHC
  • Induction: Carburetor
  • Ignition: Electric (TT-R 50E & 230); electric/kick (TT-R-90E, 125E &125LE); kick (TT-R 125L)
  • Transmission: Three-speed manual/automatic (TT-R 50E & TT-R-90E); five-speed manual (TT-R 125E, 125L & 125LE); six-speed manual (TT-R 230)
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Fuel Capacity: 0.8 gallons (TT-R 50E); 1.1 gallons (TT-R 90E); 1.7 gallons (TT-R 125E, 125L & 125LE) , 2.1 gallons (TT-R 230)
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: N/A
  • Brakes (Front): 3.2-inch drum (TT-R 50E); 3.7-inch drum (TT-R 90E); 4.3-inch drum (TT-R 125E, ); 8.7-inch disc (TT-R 125L & LE; TT-R 230)
  • Brakes (Rear): 3.2-inch drum (TT-R 50E); 4.3-inch drum (TT-R 90E, 125E, 125L & 125LE); 5.8-inch drum (TT-R 230)
  • Suspension (Front): Inverted fork (TT-R 50E); telescopic fork (TT-R 90E, 125E, 125L, 125LE & 230)
  • Suspension (Rear): Twin-sided swing arm
  • Wheelbase: 36.4 inches (TT-R 50E); 40.9 (TT-R 90E); 49.2 inches (TT-R 125E); 54.5 inches
  • Rake: N/A
  • Trail: N/A
  • Seat Height: 21.9 inches (TT-R 50E); 24.6 inches (TT-R 90E); 30.5 inches (TT-R 125E); 31.7 inches (TT-R 125L & LE); 34.3 inches (TT-R 230)
  • Curb Weight: 119 pounds (TT-R 50E); 139 pounds (TT-R 90E); 185 pounds (TT-R 125LE); 242 pounds (TT-R 230)
  • Tires (Front): 2.5 X 10 (TT-R 50E); 2.5 X 14 (TT-R 90E); 70/100 R17 (TT-R 125E); 70/100 R19 (TT-R 125L); 80/100 R2 (TT-R 230)
  • Tires (Rear): 2.5 X 10 (TT-R 50E); 3 X 12 (TT-R 90E); 90/100 R14 TT-R 125E); 90/100 R16 (TT-R 125L & LE); 100/100 R18 (TT-R 230)

Accessories

  • GYTR Billet cam cover
  • GYTR Billet oversized foot pegs
  • GYTR folding shift lever
  • GYTR graphic kit
  • GYTR mini crossbar pad
  • GYTR tall bar kit
  • Yamaha Factory racing crossbar pad
  • Yamaha Factory racing mini crossbar pad

Key Competitors For The 2007 Yamaha TT-R

  • 2007 Honda CRF50
  • 2007 Kawasaki KLX 110
  • 2007 Kymco Stryker
  • Suzuki DR-Z 125
  • 2007 KTM 200 EXC

Available TT-R Sub Models

2007 Yamaha TT-R 50E Buyer's Guide 2007 Yamaha TT-R 50E
Bodystyle:
Youth
HP/Torque:
N/A / N/A
2007 Yamaha TT-R 125LE Buyer's Guide 2007 Yamaha TT-R 125LE
Bodystyle:
Off-Road
HP/Torque:
N/A / N/A
2007 Yamaha TT-R 90E Buyer's Guide 2007 Yamaha TT-R 90E
Bodystyle:
Off-Road
HP/Torque:
N/A / N/A
2007 Yamaha TT-R 230 Buyer's Guide 2007 Yamaha TT-R 230
Bodystyle:
Off-Road
HP/Torque:
N/A / N/A
2007 Yamaha TT-R 125L Buyer's Guide 2007 Yamaha TT-R 125L
Bodystyle:
Off-Road
HP/Torque:
N/A / N/A
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