2003 yamaha wr250

2003 yamaha wr250 DEFAULT
2003 KTM 250 EXC Racing

2003 KTM 250 EXC Racing


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2004 Honda CRF 250 R

2004 Honda CRF 250 R


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2007 Yamaha YZ 250 F

2007 Yamaha YZ 250 F


Water cooled, 250cc, Single, DOHC

2005 Suzuki RM-Z 250

2005 Suzuki RM-Z 250


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2007 Honda CRF 230 F

2007 Honda CRF 230 F


Air cooled, 223cc, Single, SOHC

2005 Honda CRF 250 X

2005 Honda CRF 250 X


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, SOHC

2008 Husqvarna TC 250

2008 Husqvarna TC 250


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2008 Kawasaki KX 250 F

2008 Kawasaki KX 250 F


Water cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2010 Kawasaki Super Sherpa 250

2010 Kawasaki Super Sherpa 250


Air cooled, 249cc, Single, DOHC

2010 Yamaha WR 250R

2010 Yamaha WR 250R


Water cooled, 250cc, Single, DOHC

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2003 Yamaha WR250F
2003 Yamaha WR250F

– 2003 Yamaha WR250F Review

2003 Yamaha WR250F

Lighter, Better, Faster…

Presenting the all-new 2003 Yamaha WR250F.

Thoroughly massaged from stem to stern, this quarter-liter carving knife enters the new season with much of the same fine-tuning as its big-bore WR450F brother, starting with invaluably handy, push-button electric start.

In fact, greater ease of use – and precision of performance – shines throughout, with a stronger, lighter-weight frame providing greater lateral rigidity for responsive handling with less flex.

Recalibrated front and rear suspension settings, coupled with a lighter, stiffer swingarm, ensure smoother damping action with more precise wheel control.

And an all-new, lighter-weight rear master cylinder and front and rear disc brake calipers deliver stronger stopping power with greater feel.

2003 Yamaha WR250F Features and Benefits

2003 Yamaha WR250F – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $5,799 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 85.1 in.

Height 51.2 in.

Width 32.5 in.

Weight N/A

Ground Clearance 15.0 in.

Wheelbase 58.0 in.

Seat Height 39.3 in.

Engine 249cc, Liquid-cooled, 5-valve, DOHC, 4-stroke w/titanium valves

Displacement 249cc

Bore x Stroke 77 X 53.6mm

Compression Ratio 12.5:1

Carburetion 37mm Keihin FCR flat-slide w/throttle position sensor

Fuel Capacity 2.6 gal.

Ignition Digital CDI

Transmission Wide-ratio 5-speed w/multi-plate wet clutch

Final Drive #520 O-ring chain

Brakes Front: 250mm floating disc
Rear: 245mm disc

Tires Front: 80/100-21 Dunlop
Rear: 100/100-18 Dunlop

Suspension Front: 46mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork w/adjustable compression and rebound damping; 11.8″ travel
Rear: Fully adjustable Kayaba single shock, 12.4″ travel; separate hi/lo speed compression adjustment

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Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations. Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

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Yamaha WR250F

2002WR250F.jpgManufacturerYamaha Motor CompanyClassOff road, EnduroEngine246 cc (15.0 cu in) Single-cylinder; four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 5 titanium valvesBore / stroke77.0 mm × 53.6 mm (3.03 in × 2.11 in)Compression ratio12.5:1Ignition typeCDITransmissionConstant-mesh 6-speed; multiplate wet clutch, chain drive[1]SuspensionFront: Inverted telescopic fork; fully adjustable, 11.8 in (300 mm) travel
Rear: single shock; fully adjustable, 12.2 in (310 mm) travelBrakesFront: hydraulic single disc brake, 250 mm
Rear: hydraulic single disc brake, 245 mmTiresFront: 80/100-21 51M
Rear: 100/100-18-59MWheelbase58.3 in (1,480 mm)DimensionsL: 85.2 in (2,160 mm)
W: 32.5 in (830 mm)
H: 51.1 in (1,300 mm)
Seat height38.6 in (980 mm)Weight256 lb (116 kg) (claimed)[2] (wet)Fuel capacity2.1 US gal (7.9 l; 1.7 imp gal)Fuel consumption71 mpg‑US (3.3 L/100 km; 85 mpg‑imp)[citation needed]RelatedYamaha YZ250F

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Yamaha WR 250F

Make Model

Yamaha WR 250F


2003 - 04


Four stroke, single cylinder, DOHC, 5 valve


249 cc / 15.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke77 x 53.6 mm
Cooling SystemLiquid cooled,
Compression Ratio12.5:1
LubricationDry sump


Keihin FCR-MX37 flat-slide w/throttle position sensor)


Digital CDI 
StartingElectric & Kick
ClutchWet, multiple discs, cable operated


5 Speed 
Final DriveChain
FrameAluminium Bilateral Beam

Front Suspension

48mm Fully adjustable inverted forks
Front Wheel Travel300 mm / 11.8 in

Rear Suspension

Fully adjustable link Monocross
Rear Wheel Travel305 mm / 12.0 in

Front Brakes

Single 250mm disc 2 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 240mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre

Trail115 mm / 4.5 in
DimensionsHeight 1275 mm / 50.2 in
Width 826 mm / 32.5 in
Length 2315 mm / 91.1 in
Wheelbase1475 mm / 58.1 in
Seat Height998 mm / 39.3 in
Ground Clearance335 mm / 13.2 in

Dry Weight

106 kg / 233.2 lbs
Wet Weight129.0 kg / 284.4  lbs

Fuel Capacity 

8 Liters / 2.1 US gal

WR should stand for 'Weapons Ready' as Yamaha's new 4-stroke WR250F is one amazing weapon. 

As far as 250 4-strokes go no manufacturer has an answer to the WR250, simple as that. Kawasaki's KLX250R, Honda's XR250R and Suzuki's DR250R would not see which way the WR went, they all weigh lots more than the Yamaha and their engines are positively anaemic when compared to the WR250F. This is the sickest little 4-stroke 250 ever.

It behaves itself quite well in the lower rpm ranges without too much carry on but get those revs up and the front claws skywards and the back breaks away, this thing goes like a 2-stroke Motocrosser! Redline on the water-cooled 5-valve engine is a dizzying 13,000rpm which for a 4-stroke single is simply unheard of. 

To say I was blown away by the little WR is an understatement, I still can't believe that engine is only a 250. Hard on the throttle out of 2nd gear corners had the front wheel in the air and it was quite happy to stay there for another gear change or two, right through to top if you are game!

But where the opposition does hold advantages over the Yamaha are in practicality. The Yamaha has no locking system whatsoever, not even a steering lock which means if you park it anywhere somebody can simply kick start it and away they go.  Insurance may be a problem when the companies cotton on to this.

This is of course where we come to the realisation that the WR is a race bike with lights, indicators and a side stand. The other 4-stroke 250s on the market can be used as commuters and even for some reasonable distance dirt touring but the WR is a hard core dirtbike with little room for practicalities. I would think that the Yamaha would also prove to be a fair bit more maintenance intensive than the competition, this is the price we pay for this much power from so little capacity. Premium unleaded is a necessity in such a highly tuned engine.

A wide ratio 5-speed gearbox takes care of the shifting with a minimum of fuss but neutral can be a little hard to find.  This is the major mechanical difference between the YZ250F and the WR we tested here.

Kick starting from cold is easy but when hot it is another matter, I resorted to push starting at times. No doubt more time on the bike to learn it's intricacies would probably sort that out. The seat height reflects the hard core nature of the WR with the measurement coming in at just under a metre. Riders shorter than about 170 centimetres will have some problems here. 

The suspension is excellent, however it must be said that I could not get anywhere near the limits of this bike. On a tight trail with a good rider onboard nothing would get too far in front of the Yamaha, no matter what the other machines capacity.  In fact I think most people would be able to go faster on the WR250 than on its bigger cousins, I know I would.  

Braking is very good for this class of motorcycle.  Good feel and good strength, again I am comparing this to its opposition and not the huge and powerful stoppers fitted to sportsbikes.  But too much stopping power can be hard to handle in the dirt.

To put it simply the Yamaha WR250F is not a practical bike to be using for your transport needs but put it in its natural environment, dirt, and the 250 4-stroke opposition haven't got a chance. 

This bike will revolutionise the 4-stroke 250 dirtbike market.  It is simply the biggest standout performer I have ridden this year.  If I had to name my 'Bike of The Year' right now this would be it, simply because it absolutely annihilates anything else in its class.  The WR puts out around 35% more power at the rear wheel than the other bikes in this class.  It is also far lighter than the others.  And anyway you look at it, that is damn impressive!

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Yamaha wr250 2003

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