All fuel powered engines have a power band. The power band simply refers to the rpm range that the engine makes the most power. Four strokes usually have a wider power band than two strokes.
It's a dirt bike that uses a 2-stroke engine.
A cr dirt bike is a two stroke. A crf is a four stroke, hence the f.
For a 2-stroke dirt bike all you have to do is, buy a taller cylinder, and buy a longer crankshaft.
Two strokes can accelerate faster but it depends on engine size
No we can't use 100cc 4 -stroke dirt bike race against 85cc dirt bikes.
depends 2 stroke of 4 stroke and racing bike or a trail bike
if your dirt bike has a very high pitched noise like its being revved way to high it's a two stroke and when its a 4 stroke it will have a less obnoxious and deeper sound
A 2 stroke.
Haw fadt is a 65 2 stroke dirt bick
a 2 stroke in the end is a better choice. yes it is true that a 4 stroke gives you more power, and it doesn't over heat as easy, but a 2 stroke will cost you less money to fix, less money on oil and gas, plus a 2 stroke has better initial speed, and a higher speed band. ^^ Actually 4 stroke MX bikes are the ones that are prone to overheating, and if you dump a 4 stroke after an hour in the woods, good luck getting it started again.
It's a two stroke
No such thing as a 5-stroke dirtbike.
Yes it is a 2 stroke dirt bike manufactured by Kawasaki.
the best dirt bike would be a 250cc 2 stroke
the top speed of a dirt bike can depend on a lot of this like what make it is what kind of terrain your on parts and how much you weigh. But the average of a 90cc 2 stroke dirt bike is about 35-40 mph sometimes faster.
The fastest dirt bike ever was the Honda CrF450r. This bike had a four stroke engine liquid cooled that could produce 499cc.
CRF 150 R
For the same engine size, it should be.
Kx 500 2 stroke