2007 Yamaha YZF250-R
|Manufacturer||Yamaha Motor Company|
|Engine||250 cc single-cylinder, water-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC|
L: 85 inches|
W: 32.5 inches
H: 51.2 inches
|Seat height||38.7 inches|
204 lb (93 kg) (dry)|
|Fuel capacity||1.8 gallons|
The Yamaha YZ250F is a motocross motorcycle first released in 2001 by Yamaha. It had a five-valve, DOHC, four-stroke engine and initially had a steel frame and an aluminum subframe, which was replaced in the 2006 model with an all-aluminum frame.
This combination leads to the YZ250F being praised for combining the broad-power characteristics of a four-stroke engine with the light handling more common in smaller, 125 cc two-stroke motorcycles.
|2003||Automatic decompression exhaust cam|
|2010||New engine layout, with lower center of gravity|
|2014||Rear slant cylinder, 4-Valve head, Fuel Injection|
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