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Old 11-25-2012, 01:53 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by firstlog View Post
Those are great points and probably the best thing I can do. I suppose it is all relative and when it comes down to it any petroleum burning machine will create pollution. While a small two stroke doesn't burn much gas, the way it is burned is quite different but it is still a matter of degree. Even my wr250r with a catalytic converter emits the same kind of pollutants as a two stroke, just in a much smaller amount and different ratios.

I think it would be really nice if they made some direct injected two strokes. That would cut the pollution and keep the light weight feel I love. I'm holding out for DI on my next bike.
Look up to OSSA, they make two stroke bikes with direct injection:

- a trials bike, an enduro and a trail bike.

but these bikes cost some $$$

OSSA Trial:

OSSA Trail:

OSSA Enduro:

Anyway you can switch to any other trials bike too, these normally use 1,5% to 1% of oil in the gasoline
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