Fire Breathing Honda 250 X The power is typical. An electric-like smooth four-stroke. You won’t find any arm-jerking power spikes here. However, the 250 X is quite powerful and deceptively fast. The throttle response is great.
A simple blip of the throttle and tug on the handlebars and the 250 X will wheelie in any gear. Clutch pull effort is minimal and the transmission shifts buttery smooth. Hondas have always rated high in the rider comfort and ergonomics departments in that tradition. We felt very comfortable as soon as we climbed aboard the new X.
The relationship between the foot pegs, seat and handlebars felt perfect. The thumb throttle is comfortable and didn’t cause the dreaded thumb cramp. Clutch pull is effortless and the electric start button and light switch are conveniently located on the handlebar within reach of the rider’s left thumb. The carburetor-mounted choke lever is easy to find even with a gloved hand. The new Four Trax is definitely a looker.
The lines of the machine are stylish and racy. We didn’t notice any problems with the fenders interfering with the riders movements. The plastic gas tank holds plenty of fuel. The engine is powerful and reliable. The entire “package” is well thought out and is going to be hard to beat! Honda definitely did their homework on this one. Specifications Chassis: Lightened Honda 250 X (total weight 275 lbs.
) Motor: Sparks Racing 410 X (Redline 10, 000 RPM) Bore: 86 mm Stroke: 12 mm Stroker Compression: 14. 75 to 1 Porting: Sparks Racing Head: Sparks Racing BIG valve Piston: Sparks Racing 86 mm Rod: Sparks Racing H/D Rod Crank: Sparks 12 mm Stoker Camshaft: Sparks X 13 Ignition/Timing: Sparks Racing CDI Box/Sparks 6 Degree Advanced Plugs: D 9 EA NGK, . 18 For Alcohol Carb: Sparks Racing Modified 36 mm Mik uni Pipe: Sparks Racing X-6 Fuel/Oil: Methanol/Motel 3100 Blend Gearing: 15/32 W/22 in Rear Tires A-Arms: Lone Star Thin Wall-Chromed Front Shocks: PEP Air Shocks Swingarm: Lone Star Aero-Tube, +10 Rear Axle: Lone Star Alum Drag -4 Rear Shocks: PEP Race Shock Builder: Last Rebel Racing Owner/Rider: Kip Kilburn.
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