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Select from these Yamaha models to find propeller style charts. Grouped by horsepower. Prop shaft spline counts shown for your reference.

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During the last 20 years two-stroke motorcycles have practically vanished from the streets, substituted by cleaner, safer and more reliable four-strokes. Their demise is unquestionably a good thing when it comes to air quality in big cities, but despite this many people still miss them, seeking solace in restorations and custom builds. For those who understand this nostalgia, here are ten modern motorcycles that keep the oil-burning spirit alive. Some are available to buy, although most of them can hardly be considered cheap, easy to find or environmentally-friendly. The dilemma, of course, is that they're all likely to deliver a delicious ride.

In 1975 a certain Mr. Giacomo Agostini won the 500 cc class of the Grand Prix World Championship on a two-stroke Yamaha. After the historic triumph these machines whitewashed the field until 2001, when Valentino Rossi conquered his first 500GP title on a Honda NSR500; the last ever by a two-stroke smoker.

In off road racing the two-strokes had already made their mark by the mid-1950s, going on to dominate the scene in the early 1960s.

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha . The model was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated, and is one of the only two-stroke bikes of this displacement still in production, with new releases every year.

On its introduction in 1974, the YZ250 used a single backbone steel frame with a twin-shock swingarm. The following year, reflecting the factory racer Hakan Andersson's factory racer, the swingarm became a monoshock unit, initially made of steel, then aluminum from 1978. The swingarm rear suspension system featured more than 12" of travel, while the telescopic inverted front forks had 11.8 inches (300 mm) of travel. [3] In the 2005 model year the YZ250 gained a new frame made from aluminum that reduced the dry weight to approximately 212 lb (96 kg). All YZ250s feature front and rear hydraulic disc brakes.

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Select from these Yamaha models to find propeller style charts. Grouped by horsepower. Prop shaft spline counts shown for your reference.

Solas Boat Propellers | Prop Blade Styles | Prop-Info | Propeller Videos | Propeller Hub Guides | About Solas | Prop Dealer Locator | Contact Us

Select from these Yamaha models to find propeller style charts. Grouped by horsepower. Prop shaft spline counts shown for your reference.

Solas Boat Propellers | Prop Blade Styles | Prop-Info | Propeller Videos | Propeller Hub Guides | About Solas | Prop Dealer Locator | Contact Us

During the last 20 years two-stroke motorcycles have practically vanished from the streets, substituted by cleaner, safer and more reliable four-strokes. Their demise is unquestionably a good thing when it comes to air quality in big cities, but despite this many people still miss them, seeking solace in restorations and custom builds. For those who understand this nostalgia, here are ten modern motorcycles that keep the oil-burning spirit alive. Some are available to buy, although most of them can hardly be considered cheap, easy to find or environmentally-friendly. The dilemma, of course, is that they're all likely to deliver a delicious ride.

In 1975 a certain Mr. Giacomo Agostini won the 500 cc class of the Grand Prix World Championship on a two-stroke Yamaha. After the historic triumph these machines whitewashed the field until 2001, when Valentino Rossi conquered his first 500GP title on a Honda NSR500; the last ever by a two-stroke smoker.

In off road racing the two-strokes had already made their mark by the mid-1950s, going on to dominate the scene in the early 1960s.

The Yamaha YZ250 is a two-stroke motocross race bike made by Yamaha . The model was launched in 1974 and has been regularly updated, and is one of the only two-stroke bikes of this displacement still in production, with new releases every year.

On its introduction in 1974, the YZ250 used a single backbone steel frame with a twin-shock swingarm. The following year, reflecting the factory racer Hakan Andersson's factory racer, the swingarm became a monoshock unit, initially made of steel, then aluminum from 1978. The swingarm rear suspension system featured more than 12" of travel, while the telescopic inverted front forks had 11.8 inches (300 mm) of travel. [3] In the 2005 model year the YZ250 gained a new frame made from aluminum that reduced the dry weight to approximately 212 lb (96 kg). All YZ250s feature front and rear hydraulic disc brakes.

Select from these Yamaha models to find propeller style charts. Grouped by horsepower. Prop shaft spline counts shown for your reference.

Solas Boat Propellers | Prop Blade Styles | Prop-Info | Propeller Videos | Propeller Hub Guides | About Solas | Prop Dealer Locator | Contact Us

During the last 20 years two-stroke motorcycles have practically vanished from the streets, substituted by cleaner, safer and more reliable four-strokes. Their demise is unquestionably a good thing when it comes to air quality in big cities, but despite this many people still miss them, seeking solace in restorations and custom builds. For those who understand this nostalgia, here are ten modern motorcycles that keep the oil-burning spirit alive. Some are available to buy, although most of them can hardly be considered cheap, easy to find or environmentally-friendly. The dilemma, of course, is that they're all likely to deliver a delicious ride.

In 1975 a certain Mr. Giacomo Agostini won the 500 cc class of the Grand Prix World Championship on a two-stroke Yamaha. After the historic triumph these machines whitewashed the field until 2001, when Valentino Rossi conquered his first 500GP title on a Honda NSR500; the last ever by a two-stroke smoker.

In off road racing the two-strokes had already made their mark by the mid-1950s, going on to dominate the scene in the early 1960s.

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