First post so excuse me if i'm doing something wrong but, does anyone know of any 125cc 4 stroke mods out there or if not would it be easy to produce one from a 2 stroke 125 or similar bike?
I'm not sure I/we understand you correctly.
A 2-stroke 125 is basically a 4-stroke 250cc.. so just use any 250f bike and your good to go
A true 4 stroke in 125cc would be much slower than a 2 stroke and would be on a smaller framed/type bike. Don't think anyone has made any bikes like that.
Maybe I'm just confused
I was on about a 125cc 4 stroke just for a laugh. I know it would be under powered but I live in England and 17 year olds can only ride 125 4 strokes on the roads and was interested in seeing if this could be replicated in sim. Or if I could just change the files of another bike to produce similar results?
In motocross there are no 125 4 strokes that I know of. The closest is a 150 which is really unpopular for a lot of reasons, and usually in the same class as 85cc 2 strokes.
Currently no one has a 85cc modelled that you could change the files of to get something close a 150. There are some 125cc 2 strokes, but they are big bikes - not like the 150 4 strokes. The chassis is full size.
As to making one in MXB, there is no problem. Just need a model, and then create the proper geometry and engine. The game is not limited, we even have pitbikes <3
(no I won't do it, no interest in smaller bikes).
I will look into making one maybe using a pitbike model.
I'll let you guys know if I do and post it, maybe someone else may have an interest?
I'd love the hell out of an XR100 model, no lie.. but that's b it was one of my first bikes.
Still waiting on an XR400R guys?!!
The Beta 125 RR is a pretty good 4 stroke bike with decent power :)
I want a TTR-125 and a suburban neighborhood map so I can hit all the sick plastic kicker ramps in all the driveways and do 3 foot wheelies
A project that would probably be actually worth these guys time would be maybe a CRF150 or 112cc Supermini, so it would serve an actual purpose in the racing community.