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
It's a two stroke
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
CRF 150 R
No, it is a two stroke in the 2005 model I looked up.
you will have no compression
i would say i two stroke because two strokes are much easier to fix, there faster and better.
cr 80 is a two stroke. crf 80 is a four stroke.
Yes, a YZ 250 is a 2 stroke, a YZ 250F is a 4 stroke.
No we can't use 100cc 4 -stroke dirt bike race against 85cc dirt bikes.
two two One of the best enduro motorcycles ever produced
125 is two stroke is good
depends 2 stroke of 4 stroke and racing bike or a trail bike
Best to use two stroke oil. Mix it with the petrol, (I guess you know this)
A cr85 is just a standard two stroke dirt bike, but a cr85 expert is a race bike that is used and built to be beaten.
If your 2 stroke dirt bike starts to smoke really bad that means you have to much oil in the fuel or the wrong kind of oil. Or the pistons, oil rings or cylinders are badly worn.
A 2 stroke.
Haw fadt is a 65 2 stroke dirt bick
Depending on the type of 250cc engine, two-stroke or four-stroke, and the state of tune of the engine you can expect anywhere between 20hp for a nice relaxed trail bike to over 40 hp from a fire breathing two-stroke motocrosser.
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.
40:1 is the mixture of gas to 2 stroke motor oil (only)
No such thing as a 5-stroke dirtbike.