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2004 YAMAHA YZ125

We normally ignore doomsday predictions. They never come true. Do you remember the Y2K hysteria, or the Nostradamus hype? There is, however, a new end-of-the-world scare! It is the much-hyped extinction of the two-stroke. Are we scared? No.…
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WE TEST THE 2004 KTM 125SX

For the record, the KTM 125SX has the best two-stroke engine in the class. It puts most Japanese bikes to shame on the dyno, in first turn drag races, and up hills.
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2004 HONDA CRF450

Honda isn't taking the four-stroke movement lightly. When they first released the original 2002 CRF450, it had all the fixings of a great bike, but was missing a dash of low-end grunt, a pinch of reliability and a smidgen of accuracy. For…
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SUZUKI RM-Z450 MAKES ITS DEBUT

All Japan MX Championship Sports Land Sugo, Miyagi Prefecture(Round 10 of 10) 1. Takeshi Katsuya Hon 1-3 2. Stefan Everts Yam 4-1 3. Kazumasa Masuda Suz...3-2 4. Yoshitaka Atsuta...Hon...2-4 5. Takesi Koikeda...Yam...7-6 6. Taichi…
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SUZUKI TO DEBUT RADICAL NEW RM-Z450

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BREA, Calif., Aug. 29, 2003 - Suzuki Motor Corporation has announced it will debut its all-new prototype RM-Z450 four-stroke machine in the All-Japan MX series in October and will…
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KX250F REPORT – KAWASAKI ENTERS THE MIX

Riding the Green Machine By John Basher Everyone has been waiting with baited breath at the arrival of the new arsenal of 250 four-strokes, whether it is from Honda or Kawazuki. Wait, what's that again? Kawazuki? Unless you've been living…
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INTRODUCING THE 2004 HONDAS

2004 CR125R Changes for 2004 ú New electronic power valve for optimum valve timing and improved power throughout the range ú TMX-x carburetor gets new throttle position sensor (TPS) for improved linear throttle response ú New quick adjust…
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