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Yamaha YZ250: review, history, specs

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Yamaha YZ250
Manufacturer

Yamaha

Also called YZ250FSE - Special Edition, YZ250F 60th Anniversay, YZ250X, YZ250FX, YZ250F, YZ 250 F, YZ 250
Production 1974 - 2019
ClassMotocross
Engine

single cylinder, two-stroke

Top Speed85 mph
Horsepower48.8 hp
Torque32 ft/lbs
Ignitioncdi
Spark PlugNGK BR8EIX '98-06
NGK BR8EG '83 , '96-97
NGK B9EV '74-81
NGK B9EG '82 , '84-87
NGK B8EG '88-95
TransmissionGear box: 5-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: multiplate wet clutch
SuspensionFront: kyb® spring-type fork with speed sensitive damping; fully adjustable
Rear: kyb® single shock; full adjustable
BrakesFront: single disc. hydraulic.
Rear: single disc. hydraulic.
Front Tire3.00-21 '74-75 , '76 , '77-79 , '80 , '81 , '82
90/90-21 '83 , '84 , '85-86 , '87
80/100-21 '88 , '89-93 , '94-95 , '96-97 , '98-02 , '03-06
Rear Tire100/90-19 '89-93
110/100-18 '87 , '88
110/90-19 '94-95 , '96-97 , '98-02 , '03-06
140/80-18 '83
4.60-18 '76
4.00-18 '74-75
130/80-18 '84 , '85-86
4.50-18 '77-79
6705 '80 , '81 , '82
Wheelbase 57.72 inches (1466 mm)
Length 85.2 inches (2164 mm)
Width 32.52 inches (826 mm)
Height 50.39 inches (1280 mm)
Seat Height 37.99 inches (965 mm)
Weight212.08 pounds (96.2 Kg) (dry), 112.9 kg (wet)
Oil Capacity 0.4 Gallon (1.50 Liters)
Recommended OilYamalube 10w-40
Fuel Capacity2.0 Gallon (7.57 Liters)
RelatedYamaha YZ50
Yamaha YZ60
Yamaha YZ80
Yamaha YZ85
Yamaha YZ100
Yamaha YZ125
Yamaha YZ250
Yamaha YZ400
Yamaha YZ465
Yamaha YZ490
Competition Honda CR250R
Kawasaki KX250
Suzuki RM250
Manuals Service Manual

The Yamaha YZ250 was a single cylinder, two-strokemotocrossmotorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1974 and 2019. It is one of the last two-stroke 250cc bikes still in production. Yamaha produces a four-stroke version made to compete with this version in the YZ400F/YZ426F/YZ450F. The similarly named Yamaha YZ250F is intended to compete with the Yamaha YZ125.

History[edit | edit source]

Yamaha created the very first single-shock, production motocross bike ever. This was the beginning of the Yamaha Monocross machines that changed motocross forever. The YZs of this time were near replicas of "Works Bikes" with their aluminum fuel tanks and light weight, lacking only magnesium engine cases and a few titanium pieces.

Engine[edit | edit source]

The engine was a air cooled, later liquid cooled single cylinder, two-stroke.

Drive[edit | edit source]

The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the multiplate wet clutch.

Chassis[edit | edit source]

It came with a 90/90-21 front tire and a 110/100-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc. hydraulic. in the front and a single disc. hydraulic. in the rear. The front suspension was a kyb® spring-type fork with speed sensitive damping; fully adjustable while the rear was equipped with a kyb® single shock; full adjustable. The YZ250FX was fitted with a 2.0 Gallon (7.57 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 212.08 pounds (96.2 Kg). The wheelbase was 57.72 inches (1466 mm) long.

First Generation[edit | edit source]

1974 YZ250A[edit | edit source]

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver

  • 1974 Yamaha YZ250A Hakan Anderson World Championship Replica in Silver


In 1972 Hakan Anderson took a YZ250A to the world motocross championship (and finished second to Joel Robert on his RH72 Suzuki).

  • SERIAL # 431-000101 - 004104

1975[edit | edit source]

  • 1975 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1975 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • SERIAL # 483-000101 - 002759

1976[edit | edit source]

1976 Yamaha YZ250C in Yellow
  • SERIAL # 509-100101 - 103405

1977[edit | edit source]

  • SERIAL # 1W3-000101 - 006520

Second Generation[edit | edit source]

1978 YZ250[edit | edit source]

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • 1978 Yamaha YZ250E in Yellow

  • SERIAL # 2K7-000101 - 009850

1979 YZ250F[edit | edit source]

This model is technically a YZ250F by its letter designation but in this model's case the F signifies the year, not that it is a four-stroke.

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250F in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1979 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • SERIAL # 2X4-000101 - N/A

1980 YZ250G[edit | edit source]

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250G in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

  • 1980 Yamaha YZ250 in Yellow

1981 YZ250H[edit | edit source]

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

  • 1981 Yamaha YZ250-H in Yellow

Third Generation[edit | edit source]

The YZ250 was now liquid-cooled sometimes referred to as YZ250 LC.

1982[edit | edit source]

Came with YPVS Power Valve

1986[edit | edit source]

  • 1986 Yamaha YZ250 in White

  • 1986 Yamaha YZ250 in White

  • 1986 Yamaha YZ250 in White

  • 1986 Yamaha YZ250 in White

1990[edit | edit source]

1991[edit | edit source]

  • new shape sidepanels and rear fender

1992[edit | edit source]

1993[edit | edit source]

1993 Yamaha YZ250 E LC Owners service manual

Generation (1993 - 1995)[edit | edit source]

1993[edit | edit source]

  • new plastic design last year using pink, brown/black coating on forks

1994[edit | edit source]

1995[edit | edit source]

Generation (1996 - 2001)[edit | edit source]

  • 1996 - 1998 redesign and dark blue plastics
  • 1999 - up engine redesign, brighter blue plastics but same design
  • 2000 - air box white & new front fender
  • 2001 - seat cover got black top

Generation (2002 - 2004)[edit | edit source]

2002[edit | edit source]

  • 2002 - redesign with frame, swingarm and plastics changed and new kickstarter

2003 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

2003 Yamaha YZ250

There's no F after the 2002 YZ250 so we're dealing with 2-stroke might, this time. This model year received a lot of improvements, starting with a new, lighter and tougher swingarm and recalibrated suspensions, with more precise travel and providing even more control.

In the engine department, the 2002 Yamaha YZ250 comes with a new cylinder head and combustion chamber, a reshaped exhaust port, and a revised second gear for explosive power deployment. The factory-spec racing clutch lever is adjustable, and the rear master cylinder and discs are also revamped.

2004 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

2004 Yamaha YZ250

With around 40 years of YZ250 history, it was natural that the 2003 iteration carried on the acclaimed nerve and maneuverability, in a package with received multiple updates for even higher performance and more durability. The forks went up to 48mm and received a new coating for smoother action, and titanium pegs shaved off some more weight.

The 2003 YZ250 receives a new gripper-style seat cover, revised engine internals for a better mid-range power deployment, and an adjustable clutch lever for quick, on-the-fly fine tuning.

Generation (2005 - )[edit | edit source]


The main feature of this generation was the switch to an aluminum frame.

2006 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

Having received an all-new aluminum frame one year before, the 2005 YZ250 got a little more motocross edge thanks to some more tweaking and a new, hydro-formed swingarm. The 48mm fork has also been revised, while the rear suspension got a top-drawer titanium spring, too.

The trim of the 2005 YZ250 includes multiple works-style parts and technologies to allow riders to benefit from the best bang their money can buy. Save for the engine, which is a 2-stroke, the frame is almost identical to that of the 4-stroke machines.

2007 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The 2007 MY Yamaha YZ250 got a little more power from its 249cc reed-inducted single, with multiple revisions providing better performance for a lot of components, such as the cylinder, power valve system and carburetor. Quick-access clutch and washable air filter make maintenance easier, reducing the time you'll spend in the garage.

The competition-grade MX aluminum frame keeps the bike light and handling precise, while the speed-sensitive fork adds premium damping and compression characteristics to the ride. Add in Excel rims, Sun Star sprockets, Pro Taper bars and more top-drawer parts to get you past the finish line first.

2008 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The 2008 MY YZ250 is the perfect choice of you want to show someone how evil can a quarter-liter 2-stroke machine can be. The machine is infused with the best features of its 4-stroke siblings, and loaded with works-derived technologies, such as a titanium rear shock spring, aluminum frame, a new front rotor and twin piston caliper, Pro taper bars, an adjustable 48mm fork, quick-adjust clutch lever and a redesigned brake lever, as well.

The biggest 2-stroke off-road machine has just gotten better, and this calls for some hard riding, showing your friends who's the boss of the dirt track.

2009 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

Only those who have ridden a 2-stroke quarter liter off-road machine know the adrenaline rush the amazing power and torque combined with a light weight brings... the rest are about to find out. If real-life racing sensations are one of the things you're looking for, then throwing a leg over the 2009 MY YZ250 is the natural thing to do.

The bike's seat was revised for better support and freedom of movement, while other components have been updated, with lower weight and enhanced performance. The bike also got a new anodized chain for this MY, but new wave rotors in the front and rear are also on the menu, as well as a new, re-valved fork.

2010 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

A 2-sstroke quarter-liter machine like the 2010 MY YZ250 is a true weapon in the hands of a skilled rider. The engine delivers explosive power as the throttle is twisted and the brawn of this lightweight machine can strike fear in the minds of the faint-hearted. The aluminum frame uses inverted Kayaba forks and a works-derived rear suspension, both adjustable and capable to deliver first-class performance to the discerning rider.

Little has been improved over the previous edition, as it looks like Yamaha's current recipe is a successful one.

2011 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The 2011 YZ250 is a competition quarter-liter 2-stroke bike intended for use by well-trained riders. This motorcycle was loaded with premium components derived from the factory racing programs, and is capable to deliver top performance in the hands of a skilled rider. The YZ250 arrives ready to race from the box, equipped with Excel rims, a lightweight aluminum frame, top-drawer adjustable Kayaba suspensions, a titanium rear shock spring, racing-grade sprockets, a repackable silencer and jumbo-sized folding, serrated pegs and foot controls.

2012 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

This 2-stroke bike sports an aluminum frame and a smooth close-gear 5-speed gearbox. Together with the upright, forward-slanted design, the YZ250 offers unlimited fun for off-road adventure and all the prerequisites for dirt racing at its possible max.

The 2012 MY Yamaha YZ250 is ready to race out of the crate, complete with a ProTaper aluminum handlebar, titanium foot pegs, gripper seat, and Excel rims. Its lightweight build means extremely easy handling, excellent cornering and less fatigue, granting the rider more possibilities to focus on his capabilities, instead of “fighting” the machine.

2013 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The 2012 Yamaha YZ250 is ready to race out of the crate, complete with an aluminum handlebar, titanium foot pegs, gripper seat, and Excel rims. Its lightweight build means extremely easy handling, excellent cornering and less fatigue, granting the rider more possibilities to focus on his capabilities, instead of “fighting” the machine.

This 2-stroke bike sports an aluminum frame and a smooth close-gear 5-speed gearbox. Together with the upright, forward-slanted design, the YZ250 offers unlimited fun for off-road adventure and all the prerequisites for dirt racing at its possible max.

2014 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The 2013 Yamaha YZ250 carries on the heritage of the bike which won the first-ever World Motocross Championship back in 1973. It retains the 2-stroke principle but the rest of the bike is completely changed, now benefiting from the most advanced technology in the field of MX racing. The chassis is now made in aluminum and rolls with light, cast alloy wheels, USD forks and a Power Valve System for the modern exhaust.

The handling is simply flawless, given the revised suspension settings and chassis sturdiness, while the seat ergonomics have been also updated for good support and maximum freedom of movement.

2016 Yamaha YZ250X[edit | edit source]

Legendary YZ250 249cc liquid-cooled reed-valve-inducted two-stroke engine, a new compression ratio, new exhaust port timing, updated Yamaha Power Valve System (YPVS) timing, and a new model-specific CDI unit – all focused on making a wide, controllable power character ideal for cross-country racing.

2017 Yamaha YZ250[edit | edit source]

The YZ250 with the same engine 250cc liquid-cooled reed-valve-inducted two-stroke engine is lightweight, compact and features an incredibly wide, hard-hitting powerband. New 270mm front disc brake (up from 250mm) also features a new brake pad material for exceptional stopping power and control for aggressive corner entries.

In Movies[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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Yamaha YZ250

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ManufacturerYamaha
Production1974-present
SuccessorYamaha YZ450F
ClassMotocross
Engine250 cc (15 cu in) water-cooled reed-valve two-stroke single
Transmission5-speed
SuspensionMonoshock, 12.8 inches travel
Brakesdouble disc
TiresFront: 80/100-21-51M ; Rear: 110/90-19-62M
Wheelbase1,470 mm (57.8 in)
DimensionsL: 2,200 mm (85 in)
W: 830 mm (32.5 in)
H: 1,300 mm (51.2 in)
Seat height990 mm (39.1 in)
Fuel capacity7.9 l; 1.7 imp gal (2.1 US gal)
RelatedYamaha YZ450F

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha. The model was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated, and is one of the only two-stroke bikes of this displacement still in production, with new releases every year.

Engine[edit]

The original YZ250 of 1974 used an air-cooled 250cc two-stroke engine of 70 mm bore and a 64 mm stroke, which was improved semi-annually. The air-cooled motor was replaced in 1982 with a 249 cc liquid-cooled two-strokereed-valved engine with a YPVS exhaust valve for a wider spread of power. The bore on the water-cooled engine was reduced to 68 mm and the stroke was increased to 68 mm producing a displacement of 247 cc. In 1999, the bore was further reduced to 66.4 mm and the stroke lengthened to 72 mm producing a displacement of 249 cc. The longer stroke engine resulted in a lower redline, slightly less top end power and greatly improved torque at lower RPM.The engine produces a peak 48.8 horsepower (36.4 kW) at 8,800 rpm and 30.6 foot-pounds force (41.5 N⋅m) of torque at 7,500 rpm, with a 9,000 rpm redline.[1]

Chassis[edit]

On its introduction in 1974, the YZ250 used a single backbone steel frame with a twin-shock swingarm. The following year, reflecting the factory racer Hakan Andersson's factory racer, the swingarm became a monoshock unit, initially made of steel, then aluminum from 1978. The swingarm rear suspension system featured more than 12" of travel, while the telescopic inverted front forks had 11.8 inches (300 mm) of travel.[2] In the 2005 model year the YZ250 gained a new frame made from aluminum that reduced the dry weight to approximately 212 lb (96 kg). All YZ250s feature front and rear hydraulic disc brakes.

Timeline[edit]

1999First year of the current engine
2002First year of the current frame geometry and bodywork
2003Exhaust port raised about 0.5mm and h-igher compression head for USA model.
2005Aluminium frame
2006KYB SSS forks
2007Pro Taper 1-1/8 Handlebars
2008Smaller fork lugs and shorter lower tubes. Brake calipers also reduced in size + wave rotors
2011No more US model: Bigger silencer and a neutral switch for sound checks. Low compression head.
2015New body work (compatible with 2002 - 2014 bikes) Smaller fork tubes (at top clamp) from the four stroke.

Racing[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Yamaha YZ 250 F Specs




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(2002)

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The Yamaha YZ 250 F model is a Cross / motocross bike manufactured by Yamaha . In this version sold from year 2002 , the dry weight is 96.5 kg (212.7 pounds) and it is equipped with a Single cylinder, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of  and a maximum torque of  . With this drive-train, the Yamaha YZ 250 F is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of  . On the topic of chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Yamaha YZ 250 F has a  frame with front suspension being  and at the rear, it is equipped with  . Stock tire sizes are 80/100-21 51R on the front, and 100/90-19 on the rear. As for stopping power, the Yamaha YZ 250 F braking system includes Single disc size 250 mm (9.8 inches) at the front and Single disc size 240 mm (9.4 inches) at the back. 

Yamaha YZ 250 F General Information

BrandYamaha 
ModelYamaha YZ 250 F 
Start year2002 
Year2002 
CategoryCross / motocross 
Factory Warranty (Years / miles)

Yamaha YZ 250 F Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight

Frame type
Seat details
Wheelbase1,475 mm (58.1 inches) 
Length2,165 mm (85.2 inches) 
Width827 mm (32.6 inches) 
Height1,303 mm (51.3 inches) 
Seat Height998 mm (39.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. 
Alternate Seat Height
Ground Clearance382 mm (15.0 inches) 
Trail size
Wheels details
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions80/100-21 51R 
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions100/90-19 
Front brakesSingle disc 
Rear brakesSingle disc 
Front Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions250 mm (9.8 inches) 
Rear Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions240 mm (9.4 inches) 
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight96.5 kg (212.7 pounds) 
Front Percentage of Weight
Rear Percentage of Weight
Weight-Power Output Ratio :
Fuel Tank Capacity
Reserve Fuel Capacity
Carrying Details and Capacity
Front Suspension
Front Suspension Travel300 mm (11.8 inches) 
Rear Suspension
Rear Suspension Travel315 mm (12.4 inches) 

Yamaha YZ 250 F Engine and Transmission Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylindersSingle cylinder, four-stroke 
Engine details
Fuel system
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity249.00 ccm (15.19 cubic inches) 
Bore x Stroke77.0 x 53.6 mm (3.0 x 2.1 inches) 
Compression Ratio12.5:1 
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain ConfigurationDOHC 
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower
Maximum torque
Engine Maximum RPM
Cooling systemLiquid 
Lubrication system
Engine oil capacity
Exhaust system
Gearbox
Transmission type, final drive ratio
Clutch type
Driveline

Yamaha YZ 250 F Performance

Top Speed
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph)
Acceleration 0 to 400m (1/4 mile)
Recuperation 60 to 140 km/h in highest gear
Fuel Consumption - MPG - Economy - Efficiency
CO2 emissions
Emissions

Yamaha YZ 250 F Electrical Systems, Ignition and Equipment

Ignition Type
Electrical Details
Starter Type
Instruments
Lights

How much does a Yamaha YZ 250 F weighs?
The Yamaha YZ 250 F weighs 96.5 kg (212.7 pounds).

How tall (seat height) is a Yamaha YZ 250 F?
The Yamaha YZ 250 F seat height is 998 mm (39.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

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Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2005 Suzuki RM-Z 250

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Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2007 Honda CRF 230 F

2007 Honda CRF 230 F

Offroad

Air cooled, 223cc, Single, SOHC

2004 Honda CRF 250 R

2004 Honda CRF 250 R

Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2005 Honda CRF 250 X

2005 Honda CRF 250 X

Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2009 KTM 250 EXC-F SixDays

2009 KTM 250 EXC-F SixDays

Offroad

Water cooled, 248cc, Single, DOHC

2010 Yamaha WR 250R

2010 Yamaha WR 250R

Offroad

Water cooled, 250cc, Single, DOHC

2008 Husqvarna TC 250

2008 Husqvarna TC 250

Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2008 Kawasaki KX 250 F

2008 Kawasaki KX 250 F

Offroad

Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2010 Kawasaki Super Sherpa 250

2010 Kawasaki Super Sherpa 250

Offroad

Air cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

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Yz250 horsepower 2002

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