2003 yz85 is a 2stroke motor cross bike with a 85cc motor or 85 cubic capacity engine you have to mix oil and fuel together
i would say YZ85
YZ85's are actually an exceptional bike.. but you have to stay on top of the maintenance.
depends what stroke (4 or 2) uh the compression (low or high), allot of crap, my brothers 07 yz85 went 80 but that's with some work. i would guess that stock it was 70 maybe 65
yz85 in two years yz125 or 250 if you are ready
Depends how big you are. Yamaha makes really good bikes. maybe like a ttr125 or ttr225 or yz85 or something.
A yz 85 Stroke is 2
definatly a yz 85 cause they have way more power that any other bike like a kx85,rm85,and cr85 i have a yz85 very fast a has a very smooth ride and really loud with a 2 stroke pipe
Yes. It's a good 2 stroke and reliable. I'm 13 and I've got a big wheel Yamaha yz85. I think you might need a small wheel unless your big. If it's your first bike you'll be okay because it's not overly powerful.
For trails XR100-XR650.For motocross YZ85-Yz125no that is not. the best is a razor electric dirtbike
A stock Yz85 is capeble 0f 64 mph. With proper upgrades, 70 mph can be achieved.
yes a yz is two stroke so any yz is 2 stroke but if it has an f on the end its a 4 stroke so a yz250 is two stroke a yz250f is 4 stroke
Hi, the fuel mixture for a YZ85 is 40:1 and I recommend using good oil. I run Amsoil Interceptor synthetic, the bike runs great on it because it burns very clean and it keeps the inside of the motor clean
If you want to know top speed, you should not be buying this bike. This is a motocross and not a drag bike.
Yz 85 all the way 2 stroke 85 =170 4 stroke
tht all depends on the type of chassis and engine set up. a 2 stroke is going to have a great advantage off of the start but will require more rpms to keep it going at highr speeds because 2 strokes produce lower torque at hihger rpms. 4 strokes on the other hand lack that initial punch of power right off of the line, but they have a much wider torque range also called a power band. This wide range of torque gives a 4 stroke the advantage in that they require a lot less shifting when leading into an out of corners. 2 stroke is more faster than 4 stroke,because it have only 2 combustions.In general a 2 stroke engine will be quicker than a 4 stroke engine of the same displacement. The answer is a little more complicated than that if you look into the details.a 2 stroke because its lighter and has more torque-------------Generally, 2 stroke dirt bikes are much faster and lighter than 4 strokes, and have much more torque. But 4 strokes have more power and a higher top speed. For example, a 2-stroke 85cc dirt bike (like the YZ85) will be equal to a high performance 150cc dirt bike (like the CRF150R).
The gap should be from .020"-.024"
the yz85 is faster because it has so much top end and no power valves and the kx does. in a race a yz would win but it is 10% bike / 90% rider
i have a yz85 and i am 14 and about 5`3 and i fit it pretty well.. i would say you have to be at lease 5`0 to fit it comfortably.. really good bike, used to have a KTM sx85 and i like the YZ better.
my yz 85 has a speedometer and when it was stock it was wide open and it was going about 66 mph but now i have v force reed valve systems and the new top speed was 75 mph email any dirt bike questions to email@example.com
Your a little to small for those get a CRF150R