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What is the greatest 250 stroker?

  • 1994 Honda NSR250R MC28

    Votes: 10 22.7%
  • 1990 Kawasaki KR1S

    Votes: 4 9.1%
  • 1995 Suzuki RGV250R

    Votes: 8 18.2%
  • 1995 Yamaha TZR250SPR

    Votes: 5 11.4%
  • 2001 Aprilia RS250

    Votes: 17 38.6%

  • Total voters
    44
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1994 Honda NSR250R SP (MC28)
Liquid cooled, 90°V-twin cylinder, two stroke, crank case reed valve, 6 speed
40 HP restricted
Clutch: Dry type coil springs
137kg Dry

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1990 Kawasaki KR1S
Liquid cooled, two stroke, parallel twin cylinder, 6 speed
55 HP
Standing ¼ Mile
12.9 sec / 108 mp/h 173.8 km/h
Top Speed: 135.3 mp/h 217.7 km/h
131kg

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1995 Suzuki RGV250R
Liquid cooled, two stroke, 90° V-twin, reed valve, 6 speed
61 hp @ 11000 rpm (rear tire 57.4 hp @ 11000 rpm )
134kg

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1995 Yamaha TZR250SPR
Liquid cooled, two stroke, 90° V-Twin cylinder, reed valve induction, 6 speed
45 hp @ 9500 rpm
Top Speed: 112 mp/h 180.2 km/h
126kg
 

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2001 Aprilia RS250
Liquid cooled, two stroke 90° V twin, 6 speed
72.5 hp 52.9 kW @ 11900 rpm (rear tyre 64.3 hp @ 10400 rpm)
Standing ¼ Mile
12.2 sec / 174.3 km/h
Top Speed: 206.8 km/h
140kg
 

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Some more NSR250R picture's


And here is a Dyno reading from NSR-WORLD.com from their performance part of the site

nsr-world.com is an awesome site with a great classified section with tons of nsr owners.

More pictures of the other bikes to come.
 

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Kawasaki more pic's



Trying to find of the best quality pic's I can to show off the best of all the bikes.
 

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The Big Bad Suzuki RGV250



Don't give up on the Yamaha TZR coming up next
 

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Yamaha TZR250



Last but not least coming up the Aprilia RS250
 

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The Aprilia RS250




Those are your choices ladies and gentlemen happy voting.
 

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i like the aprilla very much, can you buy those here, how much do you think they run?
 

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what about this two stroke

I have ridden one of these the power is unbelieveable.
The style of the aprilla is better though.

kawaski h2
750 cc
2-Stroke, 3 Cylinder
Piston Valve
5-Speed Return Shift
Maximum Horsepower:
71 HP @ 6,800 rpm
Spark Plug: NGK B9HS
Tire Size
Front: 3.25H-19 4PR
Rear: 4.00H-18 4PR
Color
Fuel Tank: Pearl Candy Blue
Front Fender: Pearl Candy Blue
Engine No.: HZE00001-
Frame No. : H2F-00001-
Parts Catalogue No.: 99997-528, (E) 99997-529s
Owner's Manual No.: 99997-526
Shop Manual No.: 89997-711
Remarks: Two-stroke, triple-cylinder engine with oil injection and CDI ignition system. Equipped with front disc brake, chain oiler, and steering friction damper.
 

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i like the aprilla very much, can you buy those here, how much do you think they run?
I saw one for sale on ebay in Florida for about 5 grand great condition except for a little burnt body on the bottom near the exhaust , new was about $10900.
 

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Those are some nice bikes! The Aprilla is taking my vote this time..
Now how trick would those silencers look on my Banshee?? I bet they would look badass!!
I'd just cut then ends so they point straight! Good stuff Fearnot, thanks for posting!!
 

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I want one of those newer suzuki 250's where can you get those at? I'm checking ebay now lol
 

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i like the aprilia and honda nsr, but if i had to choose id get the aprilia
 

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Yamaha all the way baby! The nsr is sick also tho haha.
 

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I'm glad you guys like the bikes as much as I do stock for stock I'd choose the Aprilia but modified a Honda NSR250R mc28 would be my preference there are some absolutely sick NSR's with trick HRC parts.
 

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you left out the best one, the ktm frr with [email protected],000 rpm i was notified of this machines existence by fearnot.
I should of added production bikes to the title but the KTM will definitely get an honorable mention just for it's horsepower per cc figures.
 

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thats sweet i didnt know ktm made a 250 sport bike
 
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