Yamaha’s official factory effort in the 250cc class is Star Racing. FMF, GYTR,Light Speed and Yamaha Lube are a huge part of their program.
Tomac’s and Grant’s Factory Kawasakis are adorned with carbon fiber, billet aluminum and titanium.
Nothing says factory like coated fork tubes. The more colors the higher the price tag!
Factory bikes are all about attention to detail! The JGR Suzuki team is now running Yoshimura exhaust.
Getting some EB action in with the #14.
I spy some bling on the factory Hondas . Both Cole and Kenny have red chrome shock springs.
Looks like MCR rider Justin Brayton is running a hybrid Showa fork on his CRF450R. Air and spring all rolled into one. More info to come on theses bad boys.
Simple and to the point: Factory Connection Hondas look very clean this year.
Seeing double in the Factory Connection pits. We are digging the look of their machines this year.
The JGR Suzukis are equipped with GET ignitions .
We didn’t see any logos on these titanium pegs so maybe JGR will be expanding their product line in the future.
JGR has also expanded their program to include the 250 class. They will be competing on Suzukis as well.
Filthy Phil’s RMZ250 power plant using JE Pistons, Web Cams and Xceldyne performance.
Fuel injection and an aluminum tank on a CRF150R? This Amsoil machine is crazy trick!
Billet aluminum kick starter, brake pedal and side cases. Those are just three items named in this image.
James Stewart’s factory Kawaski from 2000 decked out by Pro Circuit. Check out 2-Stroke Tuesday on our website next week for more information on this machine.
If you look close you can see an additional chamber behind FMF’s standard issue Megabomb. Rumor has it that the TLD machines found a substantial horsepower increase by just installing the prototype head pipe.
TLD always has cool looking machines and 2017 is no exception.
Vintage factory Kawasaki iron. Jeff Ward’s 1987 KX250SR .
The power plant that ended the “The King Of Supercross” championship win streak in 1997. Factory Kawasaki’s Jeff Emig’s KX250SR. Who remembers Berg Racing carbon fiber parts?