Sturdy Steel Frame Durability and quality are hallmarks of a Honda dirtbike. Electric Starter The push-button starter makes getting going easier in all kinds of conditions; its efficient design adds minimal weight. I will never forgot that first ride, it was just so far advanced in every category. The 250F I guess would do about 70mph? The bike could carry 1. The front and rear disc brakes had a 7. I hated that bike, it was slow, my '85 felt like a 125 compared to it.
Kehin 35mm Undercover Fuel control: Membrane Ignition: Digital Lubrication system: Two Stroke Mix Cooling system: Air Gearbox: 5-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Dry Plate Exhaust system: Single 2 Stroke Exhaust Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Frame type: Kawasaki Cradle Front brakes: Expanding brake drum brake Rear brakes: Expanding brake drum brake Physical measures and capacities Dry weight: 82. Discussions for every bike Bikez has discussion forums for every bike. . Says alot for his skills on the track, but off the track, well. All new fluids including brake fluid, trans, coolant.
I wouldnt underestimate the 80, those things are very hyper. The compression ratio measured 9. The trail of the bike measured 3. The dirt bike had a 12. .
Rear rim is a tiny bit bent. I lost right side plastic cover, I ordered new ones. But it worked out great for me as I got to grow up racing some of the most innovative bikes of that era! Still, it provided a decent amount of speed, agility and maneuverability on the course. The tubular frame had a 45-degree steering angle to both sides and a 27-degree castor. Maybe that doesnt matter though.
I agree with the Wardy mini elsinore. Have a spare air filter and a couple of other parts that will go along with the bike. Back then, you pretty much had to get new bikes every year or you could not be competitive because they advanced so much every year from the late 70's to mid 80's. New front and rear brake pads. You can sign up for e-mail notifications when other riders answer you. The 250F I guess would do about 70mph? For one 95% is rider, but i still want to see what all of you have to say about this. Crank case oil was just cha.
I wouldnt underestimate the 80, those things are very hyper. Good shape for an 88. In front, it had a telescopic fork suspension with a stroke of 10. The dirt bike sported a Keihin carburetor, model No. But of all people to show up at Ponca in 83 and whip the planet????? And check out the rating of the bike's You can compare the rating with other bikes.
If the kid with the 80 has a bigger front sprocket or smaller rear one by a tooth or two, he will probably be right on your tail. The bike was designed for kids and featured a smaller frame and a less-powerful engine than Kawasaki's adult motorcycles. Hopefully the 250F would, but the 80 does have 6 gears and the 250F has 5 I think? The dry weight of the vehicle was 140 lbs. I am currently looking for a elsinor 100 motor or cylinder kit to build a 100 racer for a new class. I think Paul Denis beat the shit outta everyone. If the kid with the 80 has a bigger front sprocket or smaller rear one by a tooth or two, he will probably be right on your tail. Tough Bodywork Kids can be tough on equipment, and taking a spill is a natural part of learning.
Engine and transmission : 79. At its heart sits an air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 124. In the rear, the bike came with a swingarm, Uni-trak suspension that could travel 10. The transmission featured a six-speed, constant-mesh, return-shift gearbox; it also sported a wet, multi-disc clutch design and a chain-driven system. I ride a 125 and weigh 195, and have had 85 riders out accelerate me on more than one occasion, and yet I draged and beat a much smaller rider on another 125,, knowing how to slip the clutch and get traction is a big deal.