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Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor

Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125

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  • Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125
  • Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125
  • Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125
  • Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125
  • Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor VM26-TTR125
Mikuni 26mm Yamaha TTR125 PreJetted Carburetor

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SKU: VM26-TTR125
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Pre-jettted carburetor for the Yamaha TTR125. Intended for big bore modified engines.  This will eliminate your remote choke.  The carburetor will need to be choked directly at the carb, or modified to accept the remote choke cable setup.  We have altered the carburetor cap to accept the factory throttle cable for quick and easy installation.  This carburetor directly replaces the factory unit, and hooks directly into the stock manifold and air filter boot.

Jetting Specifications
Carburetor # Venturi Size Main jet (VM4/042) Pilot Jet (M28/1001) Needle Jet Jet Needle Throttle Valve Air Jet Needle Valve
VM26-606 26 150 40 O-0 5I14 1.5 0.8 2.5

The chart above shows the jetting specifications that we pre-install into the carb. 

  • Genuine Mikuni Pre-Jetted carburetor
  • Pre-Jetted for the TTR125 using genuine Mikuni jetting
  • Includes tuning jets for future performance modifications.
  • Modified carb top for stock throttle cable usage - Must use stock TTR125 carb top elbow

Note: Intended for big bore modified engines.  If you are running bolt-ons, at stock displacement, see our 24mm pre-jetted TTR125 carb setup.  For later models with a push and a pull cable assembly, only the pull cable will be utilized.


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Specification Details
SKU VM26-TTR125
Brand Genuine Mikuni
Country of Manufacture Japan
Carburetor Application General
Carburetor Size 26mm
Carburetor Type Round Slide
Carburetor Mount Spigot
Carburetor Intake Bell Diameter 44mm
Engine Side Sizing 35mm
Idle Location Left
Accelerator Pump No
Carburetor Depth 93mm
Carburetor Height 116mm
Carburetor Width 82mm
Slide Type VM24/361
Main Jet Series VM4/042
Pilot Jet Series M28/1001
Needle Jet Series 332
Needle Series #5
Needle & Seat Type VM26/26
Starter Jet Series VM17/1002
Air Jet Series BS30/97

Fitment Information

Yamaha Models

  • Yamaha TTR125 2000 - 2003
  • Yamaha TTR125E 2003 - 2009
  • Yamaha TTR125L 2000 - 2008
  • Yamaha TTR125LE 2003 - 2016

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  • I have a 01 with a pipe and machined flywheel would the 26 or 24 be ideal. I use the bike to ride with my kids and will eventually do a big bore but want to do 85 conversion first. Thanks, Mike

    I highly suggest the 24mm carb. Even with significant modifications to the engine, the 24 almost always outshines the 26mm

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Nov 12, 2018 10:56:00 AM
  • So i have a 02 ttr125 L running white brothers exhaust, bbr150 kit, performance cam, high flow air fir, air box mod as well. Ful bbr suspension and cradle. Looking at getting head ported as well soon. Better to run 24vm or 26 since i do slot of mixed riding?

    Its pretty hard to go wrong with the VM24, even with the mods you have as well as the future mods planned. With that said, it really comes down to preference. If you feel that throttle response, and low-mid range power is more important, than some additional top end performance potential, I recommend the 24. The 24mm to me makes for a more fun bike. If you just want to be faster than your friends, the 26 will make more power up top.

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Feb 27, 2019 1:06:00 PM
  • Does this carb need any type of adapters or will it fit the stock intake boot and stock air boot as well?

    Adapters are not needed. This carb will mate up with the stock connections on both sides. If you arent sure you need the VM26, I highly recommend considering the VM24. The VM24 also mates up on both sides, and performs better for most setups.

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on May 9, 2018 3:00:00 PM
  • Hello. I have a 2017 TTR-125 I just bought a BBR 150 big bore. It’s got an FMF pipe/header combo. Will the 26 or 24 be a better option? I am at sea level.

    If you don't have a high performance cam in your bike or larger valves, you'd be better served with the 24mm. In the world of carburetors, you're better off a bit small than too large.

    Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Jan 18, 2019 2:52:00 PM
  • I have a 03' TTR-125L with a big bore kit and performance cam. I plan on putting on an exhaust and free flow filter kit. Should I go with the VM24 or VM26?

    If you were to fit the less restrictive exhaust and air filter, and combine it with your big bore kit and cam, you could use the larger VM26. That's because your bike will have the ability to take in and exhaust more fuel/air mix than a stock TT-R125. With the bigger carb, you'll gain a little more top end performance, but you'd have better off-the-line and mid-range performance with the VM24. Most people ride using bottom end and mid-range with occasional top end, while racers look for maximum performance at wide-open throttle settings. As long as you've modified your engine for performance, your choice of carb size really depends on your riding style.

    Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Jun 21, 2019 3:26:00 PM
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Yamaha Models

  • Yamaha TTR125 2000 - 2003
  • Yamaha TTR125E 2003 - 2009
  • Yamaha TTR125L 2000 - 2008
  • Yamaha TTR125LE 2003 - 2016
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I have a 01 with a pipe and machined flywheel would the 26 or 24 be ideal. I use the bike to ride with my kids and will eventually do a big bore but want to do 85 conversion first. Thanks, Mike
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So i have a 02 ttr125 L running white brothers exhaust, bbr150 kit, performance cam, high flow air fir, air box mod as well. Ful bbr suspension and cradle. Looking at getting head ported as well soon. Better to run 24vm or 26 since i do slot of mixed riding?
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Does this carb need any type of adapters or will it fit the stock intake boot and stock air boot as well?
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Hello. I have a 2017 TTR-125 I just bought a BBR 150 big bore. It’s got an FMF pipe/header combo. Will the 26 or 24 be a better option? I am at sea level.
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I have a 03' TTR-125L with a big bore kit and performance cam. I plan on putting on an exhaust and free flow filter kit. Should I go with the VM24 or VM26?
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