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Hi, I’m new to this site and I would like to get some opinions on a 2002 YZ250F. I realize that this is a “four stroke” site but I’m stuck between an YZ25F and an YZ125 two stroke. Why might I want over the other? Both 2002. Thanks, Vez

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Give us some background on how old you are. How big. What type of riding you do. How well do you ride, etc. That info could make a difference in what we post back.

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Give us some background on how old you are. How big. What type of riding you do. How well do you ride, etc. That info could make a difference in what we post back.

I'm 44 years old I've riddin several 2 strokes RM125 KTM 125 but I never owned a dirtbike. I currently have a 400 EX. I ride pretty agressive with some jumping.I like the power of the 2 stroke but everybody is telling me that 4 is the way to go ????

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Give us some background on how old you are. How big. What type of riding you do. How well do you ride, etc. That info could make a difference in what we post back.

I'm 44 years old I've riddin several 2 strokes RM125 KTM 125 but I never owned a dirtbike. I currently have a 400 EX. I ride pretty agressive with some jumping.I like the power of the 2 stroke but everybody is telling me that 4 is the way to go ????

The 4-Stroke is the wave of the future no doubt, but two-strokes are also alot of fun. I guess coming onto a four-stroke forum though your going to get opinions that are a little biased. Get what you want! :cry:

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I learned to ride on a YZ125 and then made the switch to a 2002 YZ250F. I have WAY more fun on the 250F and feel I can get through the trails and around a track much faster. The extra torque of the 4-stroke is tremendous. Watch the starting gate at a pro National 125cc class race. The majority of the bikes are 250F's.

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