Originally Posted by GotMojo?
Not everybody needs a ton of horsepower. I've got a WR250R and WR250X, both around 30hp, and they are a ton of fun. And ask any of the many WR250R owners who ride their bikes all over the country/world on long trips, and they don't seem to care that the bike is "down on power" compared to other dual sport bikes.
I don't care about power and that's not what I was talking about...
And not sure what you mean about "down on power compared to other DS bikes". This bike sure will seem like it's down on power with its healthier-than-average heft.
What other DS bikes have 27-30hp, are liquid cooled 250's and don't have an "every ride" service interval?