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New AJP PR5 250

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The new AJP PR5 is finally available, with a retail price of 4.850€ in Portugal (inc. 20% VAT).

It is targeted to those who want an enduro bike cheap and easy to maintain.

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How about some pics or more info? Probably no one has any idea what they are talking about. I only recognize AJP cause I have some of parts by the manufacture on my Gas Gas.

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I don't know if they are the ones that make those components, but probably not because they are a very small company.

For photos and specs of the PR5, check out their website. It is in flash so it is not easy to get photos.

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the motor on the 250 looks a lot like an XR250 motor

I read somewhere that it is a Honda engine but cannot confirm.

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It is the Honda XR250 engine updated with electric start and fuel injection. With decent suspension and brakes, a great bike that doesn't require valves checked every 30 hours and keeps on ticking!

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Does it have a kick start also?What is the weight?Be nice if they made a 400 at areasonable price and brought it here.They would probably sell a bunch.

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It is the Honda XR250 engine updated with electric start and fuel injection. With decent suspension and brakes, a great bike that doesn't require valves checked every 30 hours and keeps on ticking!/QUOTE]

Tell us more. Is this a new model about to released ? I'd buy one.

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It is the Honda XR250 engine updated with electric start and fuel injection. With decent suspension and brakes, a great bike that doesn't require valves checked every 30 hours and keeps on ticking!

pr5_2.jpg

pr5_4.jpg

pr5_3.jpg

Do you guys have these in NZ?

Any feedback on performance?

Would love to get one of these for my wife and daughter, but no US distributor.👍

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The 250 has only just been released a few weeks ago, not much to say about the engine that most don't already know about except that it now has fuel injection.

The same style frame has been around a couple of years now with the 125/200 models and is a good package. Has good quality fitment and makes a damn good trail/Enduro bike.

Vroom

www.motoworks.co.nz

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Honda had the ultimate trail bike engine next to the kdx an they blew it.I rather have reliability then an engine that needs rebuilding every 20 hours.

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It's my understanding that this is a different company to the one that makes the brakes e.t.c. The engine is a Honda copy made in south east Asia.

this is the older version

http://admin.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/bikereviews/searchresults/Bike-Reviews/AJP/AJP-PR4-Enduro-2003-current/AJP/PR4-ENDURO/_/R-EPI-191

http://www.carolenash.com/insidebikes/bike-reviews/ajp/pr4-200-2006/

PR5 http://www.ajpmotos.com/en/products/ajp_pr5_enduro.html

Personally i think they are pretty poor bikes (my mate had one)

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The engine chamber66 is referring to is the 200cc engine and not the 250! All the reviews I have ever seen on the 200 have been great but then every one is entitled to their opinion.

Personally I think the 200 is a sweet bike but if you're expecting to thrash it you have to remember it is not a race bike and is a 200cc air cooled engine. Put it next to a XR200 for comparison and it makes the XR look, feel and perform like an old age pensioner.

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