FIVE MUST SEE 250CC TWO-STROKE PROJECTS: TWO-STROKE TUESDAY

On this week’s Two-Stroke Tuesday brought to you by Boyesen we highlight five 250cc projects that any 2-Stroke lover can appreciate.

 

This machine started out as a completely stock 2006 KX250 bought for around $1,500 off Craigslist and was transformed into what you see now by Backyard Designs USA CEO and test rider Jared Hicks. See more of the BYD KX250.

As you can see “The Legend” Honda build pays tribute to David Bailey. The longer you look at this machine the more you can appreciate the attention to detail. Justin at Motowhips pays attention to things that not many people do and it makes all the difference in the world. See more of the MW CR250.

If you follow us on social media then you are familiar with this machine know as “Big Bird”. Its a 2003 RM250 that was rebuilt from the ground up and yes that is WP suspension ! See more of this Bills Pipe RM250

West Coast off-road is like nothing else in the United States. Editor Ron Lawson used Pro Circuit, CST, Cycra, Nitro Mousse, Torc1, Rekluse and a few other key players to complete this build. See more of this off-road YZ250X.

Our TC250 was built with some help from Pro X Racing parts front man Dennis Stapleton. It features some very specific mods internally using a Pro X high compression piston and clutch fibers. Get all the information on the Pro X TC250.

2-STROKE THEATER

2-STROKE HARDWARE

TORC-1 OEM REPLACEMENT LEVERS:

Looking to replace those bent and broken stock levers without taking a second out on the house? Torc1 has you covered no matter what color machine you ride and the black finish adds a little style to your ride.
Contact : www.torc1racing.com

P3 CARBON SKID PLATE:

All of P3 Carbons new Carbon, Kevlar, and Biaxial Glass Fiber bash plates combine a smooth, flowing design with seamless construction. Every design provides engine and frame with the most protection possible and is model specific.
Contact: www.p3carbon.com

If you like the 250cc projects featured on this week’s Two-Stroke Tuesday here is a big-bore project you might want to check out! Click the link 440 KTM or image below for more. 

 

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