Honda CR250R History and Specification

The Honda CR250M had a 2 stroke 29 horsepower engine, and weighed in at 229 pounds (104 kg).Designed by Soichiro Miyakoshi, the prototype production machine began testing in Japan in 1971, and on California motocross tracks in 1972.The CR250M was Honda’s first two-stroke production race bike, the first competition dirt bike that Honda built from scratch instead of adapting a street bike and the first production … Continue reading Honda CR250R History and Specification

Honda CR125 History and specification

History Honda started to build the CR125M in 1973. Honda called it the “20 Horsepower Feather”. It had a top speed of 60 mph and was equipped with a two stroke 123cc air cooled engine It was a very popular motorcycle, and it ruled motocross for a while. Soichiro Hondahad built his company on the four-stroke design and was doing quite well with it. Yet, … Continue reading Honda CR125 History and specification

Engine and transmission Switch unit Engine type: 1 cylinders, 2-stroke, Single Displacement: 176 cc (10.75 cubic inches) Bore × stroke: 64.5 mm × 54 mm (oversquare – shortstroke) Throttle: Cable operated Fuel and ignition Sparks per cylinder: 1 Fuel supply system: Carburetor Ignition type: Digital CDI Engine mounting: Transverse Lubrication system: Wet sump Gear box: Manual Clutch: Wet, multiple discs, cable operated Final drive: Chain Spark plug pipe type: NGK, B8ES Chassis … Continue reading

Yamaha FS1-E (Fizzy)

Design Originally the FS1-E was built as a five-speed transmission light motorcycle. It was originally called the FS1. Due to the regulations in Europe, the FS1-E was downtuned with a four-speed transmission. The Yamaha FS1-E has a 49 cc single cylinder two-stroke air-cooled rotary disc-valved engine with a four-speed gearbox. The FS1-E was the FS1 with the suffix E, which stood for England (differing from the … Continue reading Yamaha FS1-E (Fizzy)

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Dominar-400 ( way to go bajaj) Fastest Indian :-p

As power cruiser, the Dominar 400 could be the one-in-all motorcycle every rider seeks – the daily commuter, performance cruiser and most of all, the long distance tourer promising easy ride ability and comfort. Bajaj has positioned it slap bang in Royal Enfield territory. The Bajaj Dominar 400 strikes a macho pose with its front-biased muscular looks, complemented by a sculpted fuel tank. In fact, you … Continue reading Dominar-400 ( way to go bajaj) Fastest Indian :-p