2014 honda rumor
wouldnt surprise me in the least...bet you it will be electric start too
tomcat wrote: fuel injected CR 250 in europe for 2013 and hittin the states in 2014 , heard it from a solid source (i think)
"Some days you're the hammer and some days you're the nail" -Lance Armstrong
I cannot sanction your buffoonery..
It aint nothing but a little bit of this and a little bit of Braaaap!!!
Yeah but Braaap sounds so much better then Blaaaaah.
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if you think that a freshly developed two stroke will weigh 235lbs regardless of EFI, i want a big bag of whatever you are on.
i'll bet it weighs 210 tops. the 150sx KTM weighs 199lbs if im not mistaken.
legal for closed course competition only
A fuel infected two stroke will have LOWER emissions than a four stroke.
If ktm really starts to kick their ass with 2s sales, or the cheater rule is rescinded, game over.
fuely two smokes have lower emissions than a 4 stroke ....moot point here
yeah this was before .............there on the brink of motorcycle bankruptcy ....its simple if you don't produce something the public wants you don't sell
^^^^^ but a smoker would "save racing" and "possibly the world".
Didn't they do it when they introduced the Elsinore ?
ford832 wrote: Never happen.Honda calls themselves a fourstroke company for every product they make.To do an about face would be like admitting you were wrong-and you know how often Honda does that.
Long time ago, though (but Soïchiro was still alive and well, then)...
Yea... how do they go from "we're pulling out of racing if you allow 2 strokes" to "Lets make 2 strokes!"?
If they do end up making one I won't buy it based on that fact alone. A bunch of hypocrites.
Heard the same thing about the blue boys too ...... Just you wait ......
Premixed wrote: doubt it. about as likely as them hiring mike larocco to race it.
That's what makes me think it's a slim chance but maybe they could justify it if they would use some of the super efficient/clean technology they swept under the rug when they dropped all their two-stroke development.
How quickly people forget it was Honda that was leading the charge to clean two stroke technology back in the nineties. Vision and directions change as technology develops. Honda as a company has always believed that. They aren't too proud to admit they were wrong.