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Yamaha WR250X Review

Supermoto motorcycle adventurer seemed increasingly in demand by lovers of two wheels. Inevitably the motor manufacturers are lured to take motor concept. Yamaha WR250X reinforced with engine capacity 249 cc 4-stroke 4-valve DOHC 1-cylinder, Yamaha WR250X more affordable. For Yamaha WR250X has dimensions LxWxH (2125 mm x 810mm x 1190 mm). Yamaha WR250X, Yamaha claims the engine can catapult the power of PS at 10,000 rpm and 24 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm. This motor is pretty smart with TCI ignition, fuel consumption being able to 34 km with 1 liter. Besides WRX looks no less formidable with the suspension 46 mm upside-down in diameter and made of aluminum swing arm. Components reinforced with 17-inch with 110 width tires in front and 140 rear.  Motorcycle that you will champion and will make many people spellbound. 250 cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, with two titanium intake valves and two steel exhausts, forged piston and plated cylinder for outstanding durability. Combustion chamber with downdraft intake Pentroof right type helps make excellent power across the rev band, with a maximum power at 10,000 rpm.

Yamaha WR250X

Yamaha WR250X

What the general Yamaha WR250X as a treasure is the way that all components work together to provide a harmony of purpose that is quite rare in most of the class in general, committed supermoto. Despite suffering from the same Yamaha Suzuki Alphabetsoupitis EXUP done with too, WPC, ACM, SOQI, AIS and other acronyms Yamaha WR250X pretty dark just works. The suspension system components can only be one of the best ever fitted to a supermotard and are specific to this model alone. In front of the inverted Kayaba cartridge forks adjustable 46 mm 10.6 mm to provide travel and you can choose through the compression damping 20-way and 19 way rebound how you like to experience those inches. The rear is 10.4 inches Monocross travel-sized monster piggy-back shock SOQI style 12 way compression damping and 22 way rebound. Want to carve corners? Want dirt road? It’s the same for the Yamaha WR250X.

Strictly in the category of small things, the wave-style disc brake rotors are very attractive, but very delicate design are too fragile and give a little too much surface to provide maximum braking power. The front fender set high out of the front of the frame and engine to hit all the dirt and mud is thrown by the tire and may soon cake at the point where you think you’re riding a Mudpie. But the end result is that the 2011 Yamaha WR250X is an eye opening, eye flattening ride, joy stimulating light supermotard rules roost.

Specification Yamaha WR250X

Suspension / Front fork inverted, fully adjustable, 10.6 in travel
Suspension / Shock unique, fully adjustable, 10.4-in travel
Brakes / Front Hydraulic brake single disc, 298mm
Brakes / rear hydraulic brake single disc, 230mm
Tires / Front 110/70-17
Tires / Rear 140/70-17

Type 250cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-stroke 4-valve
Bore x stroke 77.0 x 53.6mm
Compression ratio 11.8:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection
Ignition coil direct ignition
Constant mesh transmission 6-speed wet clutch multiplate
Chain final drive

Length 83.1 in
Width 31.9 in
Height 46.9 in
Seat Height 35.2 in
Wheelbase 56.1 in
Ground Clearance 10.2 in
Fuel Capacity 2.0 liters (1.9 gallon CA model)
Fuel Economy ** 71 mpg
Wet weight 302 lbs ***

Yamaha WR250X

Yamaha WR250X

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