2012 Suzuki RM-Z 250 and 450 Motor Performance — First Test — Dirt Rider…

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Suzuki RM-Z 250

2012 Suzuki RM-Z 250 And 450 Performance – First Test – Rider Magazine

Suzuki the Dirt Rider gang out to MX today for the release of their RM-Z250 and 450. It was a long day both of the bikes so by the time you this, hopefully we will be out of wonderful LA traffic. Yes, we are this test on the freeway riding shotgun.

Here on we are going to give you the motor and what the young soon-to-turn-pro rider Chris Green, the office guy Pete Peterson and the photographer/chauffer-so-us-editors-can-write-in-the-car “guy,” aka Scott think of the powerplants on these beasts. For what we thought of the handling, check motocross.com the link at the end of this story.

Engine – 2012 RM-Z250

are a total of three ignition on this motor – the “middle” that comes stock on the the lean setting and the rich All provide different feel for track conditions. These are helpful when it comes to preference. Our girthy guy had a good on the 250F and claims it provides fun for his size.

He did find there was a bit of a gap second and third but again, he the number on the scale for this The young show-off got a chance to with all three of the couplers and he the bottom end hit that the stock had but felt that it was a bit lacking in the

The lean setting mellowed out the end and provided a snappy mid range and the rich setting widened the range of power making it usable on bottom, strong the mid with plenty of top-end to The one and only novice rider had things to say about the responsive To him, there was plenty of low end that enabled him to steer the with the power.

Suzuki RM-Z 250
Suzuki RM-Z 250

Engine 2012 RM-Z450

looking for a prom date, the fast guy was burning lap after lap out new couplers. His feelings for the ignition on the 450 where very similar to the couplers did for the power on the 250. The setting had an aggressive bottom which would be good for traction situations.

The lean and couplers provided likeable but the rich setting gave a broader spread of power bottom to top. Our throttle noted that the bike’s power was strong and had no unwanted to surprise you. Captain thought the stock mapping was but once he tested what calls the rich coupler he to appreciate the power delivery and how rideable the bike could be for his The leaner coupler was just not in his

He felt less bottom off idle. He also noticed it was tractable in the middle but kind of a tractable, and that the power was very narrow. He mentioned it may be for a slick snotty day but that’s it.

One thing for the 2012 Suzuki’s is for and it is that these bikes are solid machines. While the changes they saw were new a revised breather hose and fuel pump, there is of performance where it counts. are two yellow bikes that are considering.To read about this trio thought of the handling, go to motocross.com by clicking .

Suzuki RM-Z 250
Suzuki RM-Z 250
Suzuki RM-Z 250
Suzuki RM-Z 250

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