It could sound very bad when it runs. It will sound like a grinding or rumbling or rattling sound when it runs.
If it gets very bad it will seize, that is just lock up and quit turning. Dirt bikes have tough lives, and if they get mud or dust in them the bearings in the crank and big end on the rod will start to sound bad before they lock up completely.
And you can hold your ear up to the engine when it is running, if there is a ticking or knocking sound coming from the cylinder then that is just the usual wore out piston noise, if there is a rumbling or rattling sound when it runs coming from the bottom of the engine that is the crank or rod bearning.
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.
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
No compression could be various things from your piston to your crank start with your piston by doing a compression test
A 2 stroke.
Haw fadt is a 65 2 stroke dirt bick
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
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
Kx 500 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.
For the same engine size, it should be.
CRF 150 R
The fastest dirt bike ever was the Honda CrF450r. This bike had a four stroke engine liquid cooled that could produce 499cc.