2023 Beta EVO 250 Factory, in stock now and ready to ride today!
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The highlights of the 2023 models are as follows:
2-Stroke The differences between the engines equipping Factory versions and standard version are listed below:
Updated cylinder and head: Like the standard 2023 EVO models all EVO Factory 2-Stroke engine sizes, except for the 125 and 200, will receive the new crankshaft and connecting rod (1.5 mm less, at 116 compared to 114.5 mm). The bore and stroke remain unchanged. The cylinder and its combustion chamber have been modified to provide an increase in the compression ratio. New crankcases have been introduced, featuring different internal volumes designed to work in harmony with the new crankshaft, cylinder, and cylinder head which all provide more power over the standard EVO models.
– Magnesium Crankcase with Black Finish: featuring an eye- catching look while providing a weight reduction of 1 kilogram which improves the agility of the bike. – Profiled Clutch Discs: Special steel plates that have an added lip which reduces flexing of the clutch plate while providing better performance under extreme conditions. – Black Anodised Engine Oil Plug – Engine Mapping: Revised to match the engine’s new components with an ignition curve to provide a power delivery that is smooth yet, powerful when needed. – Exhaust: The 2023 EVO Factory model gets an upgrade over last year’s model with the addition of a titanium header with heat shield. This new titanium header increases performance over the standard version while also reducing the overall weight of the bike (conical cylinder connector flange on 125 cc model only). The heat shield, featured for the first time on the 2023 EVO models, is also being introduced on the Factory models to help protect the rider’s leg from heat and also protects the exhaust.
– New Gold Front Forks: the 2023 EVO Factory is fitted with new gold front fork tubes, which provide the model with both aesthetic and functional benefits. New internal valve settings provides better oil flow, this combined with a new internal damping system which reduces the harshness when landing of large obstacles. This new dampening system also keeps the fork higher in its stroke while descending to provide the rider with better control, greater support, and greater damping capacity when landing from significant height. – Rear Shock: The shock valving has also been revamped to ensure it is perfectly balanced with the front fork. – Progressive Rear Suspension Linkage: the configuration of the rear suspension linkage is more progressive to ensure greater traction and provide the rider with superior feel, facilitate wheelies, and helps overcome large obstacles. – Triple Clamps: Machined from billet aluminium with black anodised finish, providing added rigidity and a small weight reduction. They also feature fore-aft adjustable handlebar mounts for riders of all heights to set the bike up to his or her liking. – Lanyard kill switch: for uncompromised safety when riding the bike. – Chain adjusters, handlebar end plugs and foot pegs with black anodised finish: the foot pegs are durable, lightweight components, with the non-slip steel pins to ensure maximum grip. – Red Silicone Radiator Hoses: offering improved cooling performance while providing the bike with a thoroughbred racing look. – Galfer racing brake discs: these discs offer maximum braking power while being extremely light weight. This contributes to reducing unsprung mass and maximises the bike’s rideability. – BrakTec brake and clutch master cylinders. – Rear brake calliper with anti-vibration system for pads: Reduces brake squealing. – Black Morad Wheels – New graphics: the 2023 EVO Factory has style to back up its performance. The bike remains faithful to the official team colours that clearly identifies the bikes as Beta Factory models.