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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Arch_Althalus, Feb 25, 2019.
Not to pick holes, but the 2kr doesnt have the exup valve does it?
No it doesn't. I rebuilt the carbs on one a while ago (post around here somewhere) & it was pretty cake compared to the zxr250 A carbs.
Ok, I didnt think so, fairings are telling lies. Lol.
If I am not mistaken the 3HX2 does have EXUP.
The 1988 2KR doesnt, had one a while ago.
and according to Megazip parts list the 3HX1 also has Exup https://www.megazip.net/zapchasti-d...618/fzr250-19068/3hx1-768318/exhaust-13355788
Fair enough. I just found it odd that the fairing that were shared are for the 2kr, but have the exup label on the tail section.
Like you said they are being naughty. On my fizzer page https://litetek.co/Carb_Kit_Yamaha_FZR250_2KR.html I have a pic and you can click it to cycle through the models. Only the Americana shows the Exup sticker.
I'm surprised they even spelt it correctly tbh
From the 3/1988 the 3HX1 and 3HX2 and 3HX3 were all EXUP, these seem to be referred to as 2KR model's until the 3LN1
There's also the 2RF that's referred to as a 2KR too
How cool would it be to have this thing?...
Or this one.
my 2kr has exup and the muffler says exup. the early 2kr,s had a one piece black exhaust.
That engine is something else!
I wasn't sure where to post this, but I guess The Chief will move it if he has to...
Rumour Mill is gaining momentum on this one. ZX25R.
Just imagine if this goes into production then the other Japanese factories will have to keep up and make their own versions. A new CBR,,, hmmm nice (and not a putt putt single cylinder like now).
When you look at how close in design the MC14 to 22 engines are to the RC164 of 1964 then it would seem very easy for someone like Honda to update the design again for the 2000's.
That rumour has been circulating again and again, I thought it would be dead by now.
Picture is of a H2SX - Kawasaki's new H2 based tourer - with some changes.
Also they just released the Ninja 400, I don't think they would go and compete with themselves by releasing a 250 4cyl right now.
We can dream, can't we?
How about a limited run of track focussed rgv250’s putting out 75hp , do a run of 10,000 bikes so 2 stroke racing
Becomes popular again
We can dream , can’t we
Looks like these guys only make 250cc bikes. Although the company name doesn't jump out at you! Sounds like someone shortened "Giant Anus".