Grip, torque and linear power curve all easily accessible with a 250 2T. If that means I stay a weekend wobbler, so be it.Contradiction. And grow a pair. A 4 stroke sounds feckin awesome.
The main advantage on a 4 stroke is grip and torque and a linear power curve. And they are getting a hell of a lot lighter too, gone are the days of valve problems, starting problems, boiling bikes, heavy stalling pieces of shit.
Get with the times, it will make you a better rider.
One day, one day, you too will see the light and eat your words like I am doing..........It is because I'm a banter that I am lean enough to ride a 2T, I am not forced to ride a bike designed with podges in mind. And if you think about it, the banting thread was full of banter......
The only reason you would be taller than BULL is if you were standing on the top step of a podium, but you ride a 350f, so that is very likelyWell that explains his stunted riding and growth. BULL has been raving about Yamaha's for ever and he's the height of a fucking toad.
Banters eat yer heart out!!It is because I'm a banter that I am lean enough to ride a 2T, I am not forced to ride a bike designed with podges in mind. And if you think about it, the banting thread was full of banter......
those voodoo EFI units are never to be trusted...DD knows exactly what i am talking about bud... i was agreeing with him
Jokes aside. I bought a YZ250 2T last year October. Fully kitted, weighted flywheel, gearbox etc. I advertised my Berg (2013 80 hours) but short of giving it away there was no real interest, so I ended up keeping it. As a result Ruben uses my 300 more often at De Wildt than his 125. We now and again swop bikes and I can honestly say I enjoy both tremendously. The 300 is more comfortable,has a happy button and loves to lug at very low revs when called upon to do so. The YZ handles and especially turns much better. If I could only have one? The YZ.