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1992 Yamaha SRV250 Specification

It was developed under the theme of “Traditional V-Twins that don't look like the times”, was exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1991, and was launched in 1992.

1992 Yamaha SRV250 Specification

The SRV250 engine is an air-cooled OHC 2-valve V-type 2 cylinder based on the XV250 Virago and adopts a microcomputer-controlled digital full-tra ignition system that enables optimal ignition. In addition, the intake / exhaust system has also been improved, and the carburetor has a down draft twin carburetor with a diameter of 26Φ. The exhaust sound is also a little twinish, and it is an element that can be enjoyed by just the sound in the normal range.

The unique vibrations of the twin are not unpleasant, and are the level that can be fully enjoyed as a heartbeat by the first orgo-sonal mount method for the V-twin. The brakes and suspension match well with 18-inch front and rear tires, and you can expect a lighter ride than expected.

The price of 449,000 yen is reasonable, but the convenience of riding on the street is unquestionable. The body color is also a lineup of astringent colors (dark cyan, blue meta, maroon) that match the classic image, and it is a model that is also a good material in the field of custom-made.

SRV250 main specifications

● Length × Width × Height 2095 × 720 × 1055mm
● Wheelbase 1390mm ●
Seat height 760mm ●
Dry weight 144kg
● Engine type Air-cooled OHC 2 valve V type 2 cylinder
● Total displacement 248cc
● Bore x Stroke 49 x 66mm
● Compression ratio 9.8
● Maximum output 27PS / 8500rpm
● Maximum torque 2.5kg-m / 6500rpm
● Tank capacity 13L
● Transmission 5-speed return
● Tire (front / rear) 90 / 90-18 / 110 / 90-18
● Brake (front)・ After) Single disc drum
● Frame Steel pipe double cradle