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Take Full Control with the Suzuki RM-Z250

TAKE FULL CONTROL

The 2020 RM-Z250 welcomes the addition of WiFi tuning capability with the introduction of the Suzuki MX-Tuner 2.0. Standard with every new MY20 RM-Z250 purchased, the plug and play tuner allows customers to alter the engine mapping via the intuitive smartphone WiGET app, available on iOS and Android devices.

The WiGET app comes with several pre-installed settings for easy tuning for different riding styles and track conditions. For the more experienced tuner, the possibilities are practically endless with the ability to create fully customised maps with specific settings for 36 points of ignition timing and 36 points of fuel injection delivery.

The WiFi enabled 2020 RM-Z250 can be tuned using a phone app that changes the fuel and ignition mapping and performance of the motorcycle for various track conditions. Suzuki’s RM-Z250 and MX Tuner takes full control of the track.


Aggressive Styling

In keeping with the signature design started by the 2018 RM-Z450, the 2020 RM-Z250 maintains Suzuki’s distinctive “Beak DNA” styling. Intended to convey the brand’s heritage of speed in our off-road bikes, the front fender and radiator shroud are arranged to form a straight line, with the sharp and edgy angles expressing a feeling of dynamic speed. Like the RM-Z450, the 2020 RM-Z250 is finished in the Team Suzuki off-road colours of yellow with blue accents, making the RM-Z line-up easily recognisable. And the styling is also highly functional, enabling the rider to shift weight forward or backward effortlessly.


Next Generation Chassis

The RM-Z250 is known as one of the best-cornering motocross bikes available in the market. The frame and swingarm are new, with the aluminium frame spars changing to a hollow square section that does away with an internal rib, shedding 370 grams while increasing torsional rigidity by 10 percent for better stability and bump absorption. Using a new hydroforming process for the aluminium swingarm permits a tapered cross-section without any welding, making the new assembly just as rigid with thinner walls for a weight loss of 80 grams.


Updated S-HAC

The new RM-Z250’s S-HAC monitors throttle position and gear position in order to adjust ignition timing for maximum acceleration through the three critical stages of a motocross start: the exact moment of launch, getting over the starting gate, and then powering up the start straight. Three settings are available, with A- mode intended for harder surfaces where controlling wheel spin is paramount, B- mode for normal dirt conditions with good traction, and an “off” setting.


Dual Fuel Injection

The RM-Z250’s fuel injection system now features two injectors. Instead of using a single injector that can compromise low-end fuelling in order to supply enough fuel for top-end power, the primary injector delivers precise low-rpm fuelling while a secondary injector at higher rpm provides the extra fuel needed.