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Discussion Yamaha SRX250 Specifications

Discussion in 'Yamaha 250cc Singles' started by Mike Fulcher, Apr 19, 2018.

  1. Mike Fulcher

    Mike Fulcher Active Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    Thanks all you guys for establishing the facts, These little SRX 250's are little rocket ships, you have to ride one to find out, they handle awesomely, are very comfortable, and have an awesome large front disc brake, all the (I don't know where they came from) low hp ratings have probably put many a would be buyer from purchasing one. cheers again folks.
     
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    VERY very confirming, this list confirms what I have been saying all along, but it misses out on one awesome little bike that was produced in the same era, the Suzuki NZ 250, this very lightweight DOHC 4 valve bike produced 33hp in a very light bike with the then fashionable spocked wheels.
     
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    Well imagine how it will be with the FZR250 braking system... twin front discs and the 3WP rear is the same rear brake disc, caliper and master cylinder as the FZR... :)
     
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