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2003 Yamaha TT-R250 Dirt Bike reviews

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Reviewed on June 10, 2005

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5.0
Great bike for trails and dual sport riding. Good power. Great looks. Love the electric start(great when you stall on hill climbs!!!) Handles great on road as long as you are going less than 50mph other wise it gets light in the front end(what do you expect it wieghs about 250lbs. This bike is... read more
Great bike for trails and dual sport riding. Good power. Great looks. Love the electric start(great when you stall on hill climbs!!!) Handles great on road as long as you are going less than 50mph other wise it gets light in the front end(what do you expect it wieghs about 250lbs. This bike is sold as a dual sport in Japan.
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Reviewed on June 2, 2005

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This bike has so much power. It has an easy electiric start no matter how cold it is. The only modifications...Yamaha should have put a skidplate and a rack on it. The bike is a hill climber. The bike has crazy low end torque. I wooped my stepbrother on bike he has a WR250F. This bike... read more
This bike has so much power. It has an easy electiric start no matter how cold it is. The only modifications...Yamaha should have put a skidplate and a rack on it. The bike is a hill climber. The bike has crazy low end torque. I wooped my stepbrother on bike he has a WR250F. This bike dominates!!
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Reviewed on March 3, 2004

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Last year I purchased a 2003 TTR-250. I was very happy with the bikes low-end power and it also has a decent top end. I raced my friend on his Grizzly and topped out around 65 it is a great wheelie bike and I would recommend it to... read more
Last year I purchased a 2003 TTR-250. I was very happy with the bikes low-end power and it also has a decent top end. I raced my friend on his Grizzly and topped out around 65 it is a great wheelie bike and I would recommend it to anyone.
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Reviewed on August 7, 2003

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I have 2 TTR 250's, and they're just like the day we got them. power is excellent, riding wheelies is no problem, rouch 4 wheeler trails are no problem, the suspension is great, the power is DEFINITELY adequate, and the best part is, it comes at a great price, minus the annoying sound of a... read more
I have 2 TTR 250's, and they're just like the day we got them. power is excellent, riding wheelies is no problem, rouch 4 wheeler trails are no problem, the suspension is great, the power is DEFINITELY adequate, and the best part is, it comes at a great price, minus the annoying sound of a 2-stroke. overall, PERFECT BIKE
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Reviewed on July 8, 2003

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This bike is pure torque! going at about 2,000rpm in second gear and tapping the gas will take you for the longest wheely of your life. This bike is great and is all about torque. Good job... read more
This bike is pure torque! going at about 2,000rpm in second gear and tapping the gas will take you for the longest wheely of your life. This bike is great and is all about torque. Good job Yamaha.
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Reviewed on June 29, 2003

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Very powerful bike, I read it's about 28 horsepower @ 8500 rpm, and about 20.5 lb/ft of torque @ 7000 rpm. This bike is probably the best mid-displacement off-road/trail bike on the market, seriously. I tried the Honda XR250 and it didn't perform as well as this Yamaha did. This TT-R250 has gobs... read more
Very powerful bike, I read it's about 28 horsepower @ 8500 rpm, and about 20.5 lb/ft of torque @ 7000 rpm. This bike is probably the best mid-displacement off-road/trail bike on the market, seriously. I tried the Honda XR250 and it didn't perform as well as this Yamaha did. This TT-R250 has gobs of low and mid range torque. And it has plenty top end if you really want to fly. All in all, the price was an incredible buy. It makes a darn good trail and/or enduro bike. Plus it has electric start and lights!
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Reviewed on May 19, 2003

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i have a 03 ttr-250 so far it has been awsome to blast through mud and fly up hills. handles great, jumps well and just push the start button and your gone. it seems to perform better everytime no complants get one and go nuts... read more
i have a 03 ttr-250 so far it has been awsome to blast through mud and fly up hills. handles great, jumps well and just push the start button and your gone. it seems to perform better everytime no complants get one and go nuts !!!!!!
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Reviewed on January 31, 2003

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I got a 1989 TTR-250 for X-mas of 2002, and i rode it every day since. This bike handles well on the road, as well as trails of all sorts. The front number plate doubles as a water bottle, which comes in handy on long rides through the trails around here. Over all i give this bike my best rating... read more
I got a 1989 TTR-250 for X-mas of 2002, and i rode it every day since. This bike handles well on the road, as well as trails of all sorts. The front number plate doubles as a water bottle, which comes in handy on long rides through the trails around here. Over all i give this bike my best rating saftey wise, and also power and speed wise.
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