GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019 vs Yamaha 2020 XT250

Compare Specifications of GasGas EC 250 SIX DAYS 2019 and Yamaha 2020 XT250

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

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Yamaha 2020 XT250
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 249.30 cc 249.00 cc
Engine 2-stroke Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke single; 2 valves
Engine Starting Electric and Kick start --
Clutch Multidisc in oil bath. Magura clutch pump multiplate wet clutch
Fuel System Carburettor Keihin PWK 38 mm Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI)
Ignition Electronic – Euro4 Transistor Controlled Ignition
Cooling System Liquid Cooled Air Cooled
Transmission 6 speed 5-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 1-N-2-3-4-5
Frame Center frame in chrome-moly-steel frame --
Tyres
Front Metzeler Six Days 90/90 – 21 2.75-21
Rear Metzeler Six Days 140/80 – 18 120/80-18
Wheel / RIM Spoke Spoke
Brakes
Front 260 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper 245 mm Single disc
Rear 220 mm NG disc, Nissin caliper 203 mm Single disc
Suspension
Front -- 35 mm telescopic fork; 8.9-in travel
Rear -- Single shock, adjustable preload and rebound damping; 7.1-in travel
Colors Available
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Physical Specs
Length 2145 mm 2149 mm
Width 810 mm 805 mm
Height 1235 mm 1161 mm
Weight 105 kg 132 kg
Wheelbase 1480 mm 1359 mm
Ground Clearance -- 284 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 10 litres 9.8 litres
Overview
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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