1975 YZM250 (0W25)
(1975 / Racing Machine)
This model was a further development of the motocross factory machine that performed with such success in the World Motocross Championship and All Japan Motocross Championship in 1973. In addition to improving performance in the engine and other components, it newly adopted a specially designed semi-monocoque frame with excellent chassis rigidity and durability, and front forks with sealed nitrogen gas cushioning. In 1975 it ranked 2nd in the All Japan Motocross Championship's 250cc class ridden by Torao Suzuki. The model on display was ridden by his teammate and 1974 champion, Hideaki Suzuki.
- Engine type: Air-cooled, 2-stroke, single-cylinder, 246cm³
- Transmission: 5-speed
- Maximum power output: Over 23.5kW (32PS) / 7,000r/min
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