Yamaha yz125
91-04

Item Description

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yz125 EVO Shift Star
91-04

pn: SHFT-EVO-STAR-Y45  $129.95
(no core charge)

replaces 4EW-18185-00-00 star - no gasket supplied

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Shift Star only

yz125, 91-04 

and yz85sk and yz125sk kart engines

Make shifting much quicker and virtually eliminate missed shifts.   Make the 125  shifting relatively perfect. You should not have to pay attention to your shifting.

Bring your shifting up to high performance  levels.

This is the severe duty FP EVO Shift Star.

Reduces shift drum friction for more precise shifting - quicker shifts, virtually eliminates missed shifts.

Takes about an hour to install - no case splitting required

 00-04 yz125 had a
Microbearing Shift Detent Arm
yamaha
pn: 5HD-18140-00-00



F-Pro Microbearing Shift Detent Arm

yz125, 00-04

Reduces shift drum friction for more precise shifting - quicker shifts, virtually eliminates missed shifts.

Takes about an hour to install - no case splitting required

 94-99 yz125
(not 00-04 125)

97-98 125sk cart
96-98 80sk cart

Microbearing Shift Detent Arm

F-Pro: SHFT-ARM-4JY
yamaha pn:
4JY-18140-00-00

$89.95

Note!  4JL arm is discontinued from Yamaha - subject to used core availability - subject to $20 core surcharge.

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F-Pro Microbearing Shift Detent Arm
(not 00-04 yz125)

Reduces shift drum friction for more precise shifting - quicker shifts, virtually eliminates missed shifts.

Takes about an hour to install - no case splitting required

yz125, 97-14
F-Pro Comp Shift Spring

 pn: z95-004-0601    $39.95

replaces 90508-261b7-00 spring  - no gasket supplied

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F-Pro Shift Spring


Use with the above arm and star for optimal shifting.

Takes about an hour to install - no case splitting required

 

 


 

 

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