Around 50 mph, probably. You don't want to wring too much speed out of those engines, especially not on a paved road, for any long period of time. They need varied throttle positions to keep the piston cool, otherwise they heat up near the exhaust port and sometimes melt. Keep that in mind.
IT"S 2STROKE and it needs mixed gas 32:1
Yes, a YZ 250 is a 2 stroke, a YZ 250F is a 4 stroke.
The correct fuel to oil ratio for a 1996 Yamaha YZ 80 is 60 to 1. The bikes have a single cylinder, 2-stroke engine.
Using the right fluid in a vehicle, will keep it working well. The 1984 YZ 80cc 2 stroke, uses 80/85W gear oil.
The other person that anwsered didnt know crap about a yz 80. all 80 have 6 gears It one gear down to get into first and then 5 gears up to make it a 6 speed. I have a yz 80 so I know unlike the other guy.
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
65-72 MPH depending on variant of the bike
Okay I found out valvolin Mortocycle oil 4 stroke works great I have an 1981 yz 80 and its been good to me..it specifically says good for wet clutches..
125 ml off 2 stroke per 5 liter petrol
The YZ 80 is faster. It has a wicked power band.
A yz 85 Stroke is 2
yz 80 B
I have a yz 80 2001 small wheel and does about 75 mph
so of them will
i have a yz250 and have always wanted to know the speed i have know clue but my guess is that mine can do at least 80 maybe more.
Not likely, ttr 125s are 4 stroke and it is a trail bike. a yz 125 is a 2 stroke race bike. yz 125s are worth more unless you trade for a older model then the ttr. its posable but highly unlikely
no it is a 4 stroke without the electric start, battery, headlights ect.
a yz250 is two stroke and a yz250f is four stroke. same with the 125 and 85