What is the top speed of a ttr 250?
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i would say as a farm bike that it is in the low 80 km per hour
Answer . I've been looking to do the same thing, but in New Jersey. I spoke to a guy from a local dealership and he said the first step (and half the work) is to get your M.S.O. (manufacturer's statement of origin) changed to a title. To do that he said you need to find a D.M.V. that isn't that …smart, because they are not actually supposed to do that. After you have done that, you need a kit to add all the lights (headlight, taillight, brake lights, turn signals, license plate assembly) then you need to register it and insure it. when you take it to get inspected, you cant go to the D.M.V. because it has a plastic gas tank (not street legal) and probobly has dirt tires (also not street legal) so you should go to a local garage where you can slip the guy some extra cash to get it passed. dirt tires will wear very quickly if you ride it on the street much, but there are some that are 20% street, 80% dirt, and they are much better for roads. ( Full Answer )
There isn't a completely simple answer to this question, but I'll try and give you some 'rules of thumb'.. As I'm sure you are well aware, the distance a golf ball carries depends on quite a few factors, e.g.:. a) atmospheric conditions. b) clubhead speed at impact. c) how close to the so-called… 'sweet spot', on the clubface, the initial contact with the ball is, at impact. d) the nature and characteristics of the golf ball and driver in use, which in turn depend on the manufacturer and model.. Some balls, and some drivers, produce a more 'lively' impact than others, so that the ball leaves the clubface at a higher speed, even at constant clubhead speed. Also the ball spin characteristics are a variable and again this affects distance.. However, having said all of that, here are some ROUGH guideline figures:. With a typical, 'middle of the range' modern driver, with a loft of about 10 or 11 degrees, and a 'middle of the range' ball:. 90 mph clubhead speed will typically produce about 200 yards of CARRY (not total distance). 100 mph -----------------------------"-----------------------225. 110 mph -----------------------------"------------------------250. Now, there are some important things to remember about those numbers:. 1) The figures assume a clubface SQUARE TO THE TARGET at impact. and. 2) The direction of the clubhead is STRAIGHT THROUGH TO THE TARGET at the instant of impact.. and. 3) The clubface contacts the ball AT THE 'SWEET SPOT' on the clubface.. An important thing about point number 3 above is that, as another rule of thumb, for every quarter inch (6.3mm) away from the sweet spot the contact is, you will lose about 5% of distance. Many ordinary golfers, for much of the time, are half an inch or more off the sweet spot. So that's 10%, which equates to 20 yards on a 200 yard drive - quite a lot!! All this underlines the need for golfers to learn to hit the ball BETTER, rather than just trying to hit it harder.. Now the above figures are CARRY, not total distance. The extra bit of distance is of course the 'bounce and roll' and this varies enormously when using a driver. On very soft ground you'll get virtually nil bounce and roll, but on hard, dry ground you might get 50 yards or maybe more. Under 'average' ground conditions, you can reckon on bounce and roll being about 10% of the carry distance.. What I've said above is by no means an exhaustive explanation of the factors affecting distance, but it's a start.. In conclusion, using the figures I've provided, you can deduce that you might expect a 250 yard drive with average modern equipment from a clubhead speed of just over 100 mph, assuming that bounce and roll is 10% of the carry distance, and assuming good, precise, square impact. ( Full Answer )
This is a poorly phrased question, but we'll assume you want to know a bikes top speed with a 250cc engine. First, there are many other factors that determine an engine's peak hp other than it's displacement. Top speeds are generally influenced by aerodynamics, gearing, grip, and force (HP). A rider… can reduce air resistance by leaning forward on the bike. Weight will effect acceleration, not top speed. There are different 250cc motorcycles, CC = cubic centimeters, this is the capacity of the cylinders in the engine. There is no specific speed of a 250cc bike. you could have a 250cc dirt bike that goes about 60mph, or a 250cc Honda rebel that does 80. Hope this helps a little. ( Full Answer )
If you want the record for the ftop speed, check the Bonnieville salt flat records, if your looking how fast you can get the bike to go, that depends on the gearing, tune-up, and if its stock etc.(the smaller the rear sprocket & the larger the front, the faster it will go, reverse that, smaller fron…t, bigger back, the slower you will go.) they really go about 60mph on grass flat surface or on sand or a softer terrain they will do about 50-55 mph. The top speed is about 58-60 mph They are quick! there acceleration is incredible, because of the weight to power ratio i have one and i have a K&N airfilter , stage 3 jet kits DMC dual afterburner exhaust and a bunch of other parts and mine does about 75mph maybe a little faster, on a 12 acre field i got it up to 74mph at about 9000rpms according to my vapor trail tech... ( Full Answer )
the top speed is about 50-60 mph 249cc, its quick! The top speed is 52-54mph tested by radar gun.
I have a 2005 Kawazaki Ninja 250 my personal best 85mph. Idiling about 11000 prm
We need to know what kind of 250 your talking about, 2 wheel, 3 wheel, 4 wheel, for dirt, for street, be more specific with make, model, and re-post. In the mean time check out this site: . http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-reviews/yamaha/index167.html . 111mph
electric start on the 230 i believe theres both electric and kick start on the 250 not sure though.
i own an 08 raptor 250 and it bein stock goes 60 65 dependin on the track ur on
from my experience in racing pit bikes ive messured a tt-r 80cc to go around 100mph going up hill and flat road 140mph
I own a 2006 Kawasaki Bayou 250 that was purchased new, I have raced my friend and he owns a 2001 Honda Sportrax 300ex, the Bayou does up to 4th gear on the Honda, so around 50-55 mph is max mph.. - Quadrider7
I'v got the Kawasaki 250r 2008 model, I was able to hit 180 km/h just as i hit the 13,000 RPM range, Could have pushed her more but not wanting to do damage, that's what i got out of her Answer 105mph.
The proper tire pressure would be 12-18 PSI in the front and 12-17 PSI in the back. I usually run a couple more PSI in the front like I'm running 15 in the front and 13 in the back. It helps it handle and it prevents the front rim from being damaged from say a rock or a tree crossing.
The top speed of the 125 ttr dirt bike is determined by the surfaceupon which it is being ridden as well as the weight of the personridding and gear. Ordinarily it can do speeds of up to 85mph onslopes and 55mph on flat terrain.
If your Yamaha TTR 250 starts but keeps cutting out after a fuelminutes, it might not be getting enough fuel. Check to ensure thefuel line is not clogged.
ya, make sure its got a spark arrestor in the pipe, and working turn signals and headlight and tail/breaklight :P oh and a mirror or two
I was at a Can Am dealer ship just yesterday and i was told by the sales man that 50-60 km/h not miles an hour will tie up a stock 2012 ds 250.
I got my all Stock 2007 ttr 125L to go up to 90 on the back lane
i have a 2008 ttr 230 i reckon they could do about 140 kph or more at top speed because there 6th gear is extremly fast. Actually, in speaking in terms of mph, I put a speedometer on my 2007 ttr 230 and registered a top speed of 62 mph on level ground. I don't know how accurate my speedometer was, b…ut I would give about a +-2mph range. ( Full Answer )
It is probably around 105mph the spedometer on the 250 reads a little high once you get going that fast, once I was going downhill into the wind and it read 115, i was probably going 110. I was tucked behind the windsheild, and Im not a big guy.
The YZ series was built to race motocross and top speed was not a major factor. Handling and acceleration were key. The top speed of any motorcycle can be adjusted by changing sprocket sizes.
It depends on the weight of the rider, I had a 400 scrambler and me weighing 250 got it to 62. So I would guess it hits in he upper 40's. Maybe low 50's depends on wind and terrain but i have 2 of them and the both top out at 38mph.
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it really depends on what 250 three wheeler you are talking about Honda makes the big red 250 the 250 x 250 sx and the 250r the the big red goes about 40-45 the 250x and sx go about 50-55 and depending on what kind of modifications are done to the 250R it could go close to 85 mph
It depends on gearing an model, but a stock crf250x will have a top speed of around 70 mph, the "R" version will have a lower top speed but quicker acceleration do to its weight, tuning, and gear ratios.
stock it does about 55-60 but if you modify it you could get it to go about 70-80
i have a Yamaha ttr 125le and i got 58 but i am sure it will do 60
I've seen posts here say 55mph. This is absolute horse crap. If anyone can get a stock TTR90 to do more than 40mph, then they must be going down one heck of a hill. my ttr can go at lest 50-55mph
i had one just before i got my 400ex and it was a 2006 model i believe and it was all stock except i replaced the axle barrens a couple times and i toped it out at about 45 to 50 on pavement
1.45. just use the site gage right under the oil filter. there are 2 sets of marks, the lower is for cold level, and the upper is for maximum hot level.
mine has been up to 49.4 on dirt speed checked with a garmin e-trax gps
slow. haha i have one. its annoying how i dont have to ever shift from 5th around my property
i top mine out with a Honda formen and my recon went 49mph or 80 kph
in okay running condition you can expect about 55-65mph, but if it is modded or brand new it can run about 65-75mph
The top speed for a Honda CRF250 is about 86 miles per hour. Thatis for a rider of about 150 to 160 pounds.
Possibly a clogged pilot jet. I took the bowl off the carb of my sons TTR 90 and found it to be clogged. They are extremely tiny on these bikes and can clog easily. Take the 4 screws out of the bottom of the carb and you will see two jets. One is the main jet and the other (smaller diameter and long…er is the pilot jet). unscrew it with a flat head screw driver and see if you can see through it in the light. Again (the hole in this jet is TINY so if you see light it is probably good. If not try carb cleaner and compressed air to blow the trash out. ( Full Answer )
You probably have a plugged pilot jet caused by sitting with bad gas for more than six months without running
There are several ways to make a Yamaha TTR 250 faster. One way isto bore out the cylinder creating more cubic centimeters. Anotheris to have straight through exhaust.
i would say about 70-90 miles per hour. but it depends on whether or not your bike is bored up. im guessing a stocked one would go like 75 or 80 miles per hour.
I am 85 lbs. and i get it up to 52 mph on a straight away so i would say between 45 and 52 mph.
hey buddy i happen to have a Yamaha TTR250 with 14/44 gearing which is stock and i have tested and achieved 140 kilometres per hour. hope that helps, i currently have 14/47 gearing which gives a boost to acceleration but lowers top speed to 125kph Note: I have got knobby tyres and this will decr…ease top speed. hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
First, a Blaster is a 200. As for the carb fitting, though it may,I'd highly recommend that you find an alternative. That particularcarb is restrictive for the 125 4 stroke; it would wreak havoc onthe Blaster's powerband. You would see a substantial loss in power.Any carburetor 26mm or lrger would b…e fine with the Blaster, butmake sure you jet it correctly. This doesn't mean to buy a stage 3jet kit and put it in and ride, unless you want to melt yourpiston. ( Full Answer )
my 1981 atc250r went 62 mph with a tired motor and got there faster than my 400ex
Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This means they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour.. Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This mea…ns they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour. 36.80 MPH ( Full Answer )
got my tri-z up to 66.75mph and ran out of trail i think it will go 70mph +
the ttr 230 is quicker off the line . but the 250 is 20 cc biger sooo prob around the same
75 mph to 80 mph is the top speed of Yamaha ttr 250. This is true however you could increase or decrease your top speed by changing sprocket sizes, e.g A stock yamaha ttr250 with 14/44 gearing will reach approximately 140km/h or 87mph. Note i own a Yamaha TTR250 and have tested the bikes top speed…. ( Full Answer )
top speed was limited by the engine speed (9K redline = 82.9 MPH) Stock 2009 CMX250 Max speed is labeled at 86 MPH.
The Raptor 250 can reach a top speed of thirty five miles per hour, but some racers have been able to attain speeds of forty miles per hour or higher.
A 2008 Kawasaki KX 250 can go up to 120 MPH. This is a motorcycle.