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2005

WE TEST THE 2005 YAMAHA YZ250

Yamaha spent millions of dollars on the development of the most advanced two-stroke motocross bike in motocross history at the exact moment when two-stroke sales hit the dumpster
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WE TEST THE 2005 SUZUKI RM85L

It was 13 years ago when the “L” designated the RM85 as a big wheel, but that was easily recognizable by the larger wheels and increased ground clearance.
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KXF/RMZ 250F 4-STROKE PISTONS

NOW AVAILABLE are the PRO-X 4-Stroke piston kits for both RMZ & KXF 250F models. NIKS PRO-X pistons are manufactured in Japan and are designed to be an O.E.M. replacement. The pistons are supplied in a Kit Package that includes rings,…
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HONDA SPECS OF THE 2005 CR125R

An all-new 125cc engine makes the 2005 Honda CR125R the most potent two-stroke in its class. Features & Benefits New for 2005 - New crankcase intake tract and six-petal reed valve for more efficient air flow and improved drivability. -…
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HONDA SPECS OF THE 2005 CR250R

A completely new engine design and a host of chassis improvements create a brand-new CR250R--a machine destined to be a winner in 2005. Features & Benefits New for 2005 - New cylinder design features RC exhaust valve housed in removable…
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2005 HONDA CRF250R

Racing improves the breed, which means this class-leading front runner enters 2005 with a host of new features plus a lighter weight. Features & Benefits New for 2005  New cylinder head porting for increased power at lower rpm.  New…
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2005 HONDA CRF450R

Honda's race-proven superstar, the CRF450R enters 2005 with a wealth of refinements and a lighter weight that make this big four-stroke the overwhelming class favorite. Features & Benefits New for 2005  New fourth-generation twin-spar…
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