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2003 Yamaha TTR250 Off-Road Model

Postby 4Strokes » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:22 am

2003 Yamaha TT-R250 Off-Road Model

Standing watch over the TT-R line up as the father of the line, the TT-R250 is the bike of choice for those riders ready to have hassle-free fun. With the reliability and comfort expected from Yamaha’s top-line products, smooth four-stroke power and virtually maintenance-free upkeep; the TT-R250 leads the way for riders looking to have some sporting fun. While the off-road racer prefers the WR models, recreational and novice riders prefer the smooth power of the TT-R line up.

Perfect for the casual rider looking to take it nice and easy while on a camping trip or just out for a weekend with the guys, the TT-R 250 features even, easy-to-handle power courtesy of its 249cc, four-valve, air-cooled, DOHC, four-stroke engine. Combined with its narrow chassis and plush suspension, riders can aggressively attack the trails one day and causally play ride with the family the next.

Throw a leg over the TT-R250 and push the button on the easy-to-use electric start and the 250cc-powerplant fires to life. If you find yourself on a difficult hill climb, stalled on a long off-camber section, or positioned awkwardly on a rocky single-track section, the electric start becomes a must-have feature as kick starting a bike in these situations just wouldn’t do.

The TT-R250 benefits from plush suspension with 11.2" of front and rear wheel travel meaning that handling the desert whoops section, trees and ruts is as comfortable as they are fun. More than 11 inches of ground clearance and a narrow overall width allows riders to climb over rocks and glide through the trees while providing plenty of plushness to soften nature’s bumps.

Excellent 245mm front and 220mm rear disc brakes are mated to Dunlop 739 rubber allowing the TT-R owner to celebrate every twist, turn and downhill section with the confidence

of strong and predicable braking power. Handguards provide protection from the elements not only during close dicing but also while navigating narrow single tracks. An additional creature comfort, the odometer, complete with resetable tripmeter, allows one to follow those marked trail systems to the tenth of a mile.

With an array of standard items such as a headlight, taillight and U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor, the TT-R250 is tailored for the off-road enthusiast. Even so, given the wide range of terrain and individual demands of enduro riders nationwide, the TT-R250 owner may choose to customize his bike with myriad accessories available though Yamaha’s Parts and Accessory Division (YPAD).

The 2003 Yamaha TTR250 is available in Team Yamaha Blue/White. The TTR250 is available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $4,299.

Engine Specifications
Type: 249cc, air-cooled, 4-valve, DOHC, four-stroke
Bore & Stroke: 73 x 59.6mm
Compression ratio: 10.2:1
Carburetor: 30mm Keihin

Transmission Specifications
Type: 6-speed with manual clutch

Chassis Specifications
Front suspension: Telescopic fork, 11.02" of travel
Rear suspension: Single shock, link-type, w/adjustable preload, 11.02" of travel
Front brake: 245mm Disc
Rear brake: 220mm Disc
Front tire size: 80/100-21
Rear tire size: 100/100-18

Fuel tank: 2.7 gallons

Dimension and Dry Mass
Overall length: 82.5"
Overall width: 32.9"
Overall height: 49.6"
Wheelbase: 55.3"
Ground clearance: 12"
Seat height: 36"
Dry mass: 249 lbs.

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