GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019 vs Yamaha 2019 WR250F

Compare Specifications of GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019 and Yamaha 2019 WR250F

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GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019
GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019

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Yamaha 2019 WR250F
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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 249.30 cc 250.00 cc
Engine Type 2-stroke Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke; 4 valves
Engine Starting Electric and Kick start --
Ignition Electronic – Euro4 --
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Liquid Cooled
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Maximum Torque -- --
Transmission 6 speed Wide-ratio 6-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
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Frame Center frame in chrome-moly-steel frame --
Ground Clearance -- 352 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 10 litres 7.5 litres
Fuel Economy
Tyres
Front Metzeler Six Days 90/90 – 21 Dunlop® MX3S 80/100-21
Rear Metzeler Six Days 140/80 – 18 Dunlop® MX3S 110/100-18
Wheelbase 1480 mm 1465 mm
Brakes
Front 260 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper 270 mm Hydraulic single disc brake
Rear 220 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper 245 mm Hydraulic single disc brake
Suspension
Front -- KYB® spring-type fork with speed sensitive damping; fully adjustable; 12.2-in travel
Rear -- KYB® single shock; fully adjustable; 12.5-in travel
Colors Available
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Physical Specs
Width 810 mm 825 mm
Height 1,235 mm 1,280 mm
Length 2,145 mm 2,164 mm
Weight 105 kg 117 kg

Overview
Special Features - Renthal 997 handlebar, Ø28.6mm (1 1/8”) diameter with central bar
- Renthal grips – medium hardness for greater grip and control
- NG Front brake disc- Full-floating, Ø26mm in diameter, for increased performance and feel when the brake is applied
- Front wheel axle pull
- CNC machined handlebar clamps, black anodized with the GasGas logo, made of high quality aluminum, providing greater rigidity and sense of control
- Exclusive “Six Days Chile 2018” graphic with Easter Island ethnic motifs and white plastic
- Special-edition “Six Days Chile 2018” seat cover for extra grip
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