Did Suzuki make a RM500?
As the eighties began however, Suzuki’s interest in the open class began to wane. By the time Suzuki bumped the RM465 to a RM500 in ’83 they were quickly falling behind their competitors. A slow 500…? Yes they do exist.
How much HP does a RM500 have?
But up against the hard men of motocross on a 500cc, 60-horsepower two-stroke, no one gave the skinny Victorian teenager a chance in the 1983 Mr MX series.
What years did Suzuki make RM500?
The Suzuki rm125 & rm250 began production in 1975 and continued until 2008. The rm125 & rm250 was discontinued due to the decrease in demand for 2 stroke motocross bikes. The 2007 model had an approximate output of 33 wheel horsepower (28 kW) at 11,250 rpm, and 24.7 nm of torque at 10,500 rpm.
Did Suzuki make a 500 2 stroke?
From the last year of RM500 production and one of the fastest of the 80’s air-cooled… More.
How much HP does a kx500 have?
Kawasaki KX 500
|Kawasaki KX 500
|66 hp / 49.2 kW @ 7000 rpm
|65,7 Nm 48.4 lb-ft / @ 6000 rpm
|Wet, multi-plate, cable operated
How fast can a CR500 go?
120+ mph CR500 supermoto.
What does YZ stand for?
YZ- Yamaha zinger. RM- Race model. WR- wide ratio. SX- supercross. Not sure about KX or XR.
What was the problem with the Suzuki RM500?
In terms of raw performance the biggest handicap on the RM500 was its lackluster motor. The RM’s motor was extremely mellow for a 500cc racing engine. It produced a slow revving low to mid-range surge of power more akin to an enduro bike than a motocrosser.
Where are the serial numbers on a Suzuki RM?
1975-1985 Suzuki RM Serial Numbers. The frame numbers are located on the front of the head stocks. The engine numbers can be found on the top of the engine cases, under the carb, usually on the right side.
Where are the engine numbers on a Suzuki?
The engine numbers can be found on the top of the engine cases, under the carb, usually on the right side. *This is a mid-year model identified by the down-pipe. RM125-19800 – ? RM125-19800 – ?
Is the Suzuki LT500R the same as the Quadzilla?
The Suzuki LT500R “QuadRacer” is more commonly known as “Quadzilla” in the ATV community. It is the big brother to the smaller LT250R “QuadRacer”.