When did Suzuki RMZ 250 go fuel-Injected?
2012 Suzuki RM-Z250 Features and Benefits
The RM-Z is powered by a compact and lightweight 249cc, fuel-injected, DOHC, titanium four-valve, semi-dry-sump, four-stroke engine.
When did Suzuki dirt bikes go to fuel injection?
July 4, 2007 In a move that will see other manufacturers scrambling to keep pace, Suzuki has announced the first production motocross machine to feature electronic fuel injection.
Is the 2007 RMZ250 fuel-injected?
The new battery-less fuel injection system is powered by a magneto-generator system after starting. Yes, a magnetic powered generator but that’s not all.
|Ground Clearance||345 mm (13.6 in)|
|Overall Length||2170 mm (85.4 in)|
|Overall Width||830 mm (32.7 in)|
|Seat Height||955 mm (37.6 in)|
How heavy is a rmz250?
2021 Suzuki RM-Z250 specifications, pictures, reviews and rating
|Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:||106.0 kg (233.7 pounds)|
|Seat height:||955 mm (37.6 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.|
|Overall height:||1255 mm (49.4 inches)|
|Overall length:||2185 mm (86.0 inches)|
Does Suzuki still make 2 strokes?
Although Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki no longer produce two-stroke motocross bikes, three of the other big six manufacturers—KTM, Husqvarna, and Yamaha—still do. In addition to producing the 250 SX and 125 SX, KTM offers a bike in between the two with its 150 SX.
Are rmz450 fuel-injected?
The 449cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four-valve, DOHC engine is the latest incarnation of Suzuki’s proven and reliable fuel-injected powerplant. The engine has high peak horsepower with strong torque at lower engine speeds for excellent throttle response through the entire rev range.