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Old 01-06-2017, 06:38 PM
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Default 2 stroke snowbike good or bad?

I love my yz250! I saw a vid of a 300bb yz ripping, it got me thinking... Will it move a 129 or will it be over loaded?
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It will work, big bore kits really help.
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Old 02-23-2017, 08:41 AM
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They can work awesome and seem to seem to work better with a longer track. The most fun snowbike I've ridden to date was a KTM 300 with a Camso kit. 2 strokes seem to hook up and stay on top of the snow better even if they don't have the brute power the 450s have. You definitely have to ride them more aggressively and lighter guys seem to do better on them.
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Seen couple of vids and they can do it. Yeah, driver needs to be lighter.
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