Two strokes are jokes; they use more gas and they have dumb powerbands. They may be lighter, but they cannot be green stickered. Plus the four strokes are making an uprise because they can keep up, and even beat two jokes, and they do not require mix fuel.
So four strokes rule.
If you think a four stroke would touch a 2 stroke of the same size, come see my CR250.
I have a CRF 150f 03 and a 2008 YZ250R that's been bored out to max, and my 150 has got more guts, but not top speed. Any way, what's the top speed of a 150?
Four strokes are wayyyyy better than any 2 strokes, however, the smell of 2 stroke exhaust is awesome!
Dude, I have a 04 CRF150F, and I've blown the shock 2 times, so should I get a 150 r or what?
I have a 2003 Honda CRF150f and I love it. I just got for my birthday on December 16th, but one thing I am not good at is taking off using the clutch.
I am 5'7" and weight 140 lbs. I hate to say it, but my KTM 200 EXC 2-stroke is ten times the trail bike that my 2005 Honda 150 CRF will ever become.
That being said, the CRF is a great, well built bike. It also costs much less than my KTM. The Honda is very forgiving and easy to ride. I may not have the snappy acceleration of my two-stroke, but at the same weight it does great in the woods and has been very dependable. It is torquey enough to go up hills as well, and allows you to be caught a gear off and still keep chugging.
The 32 or so inch seat height is also great for shorter riders like myself.