its two stroke ngine
The exhaust plays a great part on a 2 stroke than a 4 stroke. The exhaust system is the only thing that is scavenging the cylinder of the burn gases on a 2 stroke, verses the piston pushing most of the exhaust out on a 4 stroke.
Two stroke Oil. Penzoil makes a good one
A two stroke will use more fuel usually per mile but the tend to be more torquey and a lot noisier
no it is 4
Most likely, yes. I'm not 100% though. look up the sizes of the two and if theyre very similar, then you should be fine.
a yz250 is two stroke and a yz250f is four stroke. same with the 125 and 85
No, it is a two stroke in the 2005 model I looked up.
The Honda Dylan is powered by a four stroke engine.
I would have to say the two stroke. I have a banshee that can hold its own with atvs twice the size
The Suzuki RM125 is indeed a two stroke. This can be observed by the bulge in the exhaust pipe. This feature is only present on 2-stroke engines.
125 is two stroke is good
If you are looking into a 4 stroke, I would get a 125cc. A cr 150 would also be a good 4 stroke dirt bike. If you want a two stroke, I would go with a full size 125cc. Any Yz 125, or a 2001 - 2003 kx 125 would be good. Two strokes are jumpy and very fast, so only get one if you are experienced. If ur not very experienced, it might work if you have good throttle control and dont mind a LOT of speed. A 2001 kx 125 is now my first and only bike. I have had it for three weeks, and i love it.
It is a 250 two-stroke. Back when he raced with black backgrounds it was a 125.
there is no crf 100 two stroke. it would be a four stoke and it has about seven hp.