Changed my trx250r back to a thumb throttle and this was the cable I chose. This cable paired with the Terry Cable thumb throttle was a great match. would have given it a five but i had to trim the outer case so it would fit my carb.
I was in need of a throttle cable for a older 4 wheeler and the maker had listed them as obsolete, I couldn't even get my dealer to order one. I searched the internet and found it at MotoSport at a very reasonable price and it was delivered quickly. Thanks again Mark
i replaced my old cable on my 98 yz125 with the this one but after 6 months of riding it snapped at the ball end where it connects to the throttle case. But all together the cable is great i am going to buy another.
I could not tell you if any Motion Pro Throttle Cable would fit your bike as I do not have any reference for Loncin Motorcycles, also Motion Pro does not list that brand in there application chart. I would say your best bet would be to try to contact the Manufacturer of that bike directly for replacement parts.
Likely this would not work for a clutch cable, the cable ends for a throttle are normally a bit different than clutch set up and the cable would not be as thick/strong as most clutch cables. I would recommend taking a look at the Motion Pro Clutch Cable instead. http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/motion-pro-clutch-cable
This cable is available for your 1994 Cr125. More than likely though the issue you are having is the actual routing of cable. You will need to look at a service manual for your bike that will show the proper cable routing to verify if you have it routed correctly. If the cable is not routed correctly, it can become tight when turning the handlebars which will cause the engine to rev.
Unfortunately there is not a cable to fix this issue and it seems to be fairly common. After doing some research it seems the easiest fix is rotate the carb to about the 1 o'clock postion when installing, so the cable fits into the stock cable guide.
As long as you profile your bike correctly you will receive the cable specific to your bike. This cable does not improve performance versus a stock cable. It is an OEM replacement cable, meant to help restore smooth throttle action that can be lost as a control cable wears out, or to be used to replace a damaged cable.