Husqvarna offers its two-stroke enduro bike in three displacements, the smallest being the TE 150i. Fuel is delivered to the 144cc engine via Transfer Port Injection (TPI), which means there’s no need for premixing fuel or re-jetting a carburetor. Oil is easily added, as the oil tank’s filler hose runs through the top of the frame and the filler cap is just in front of the fuel tank cap.
Wet weight on the Dirt Rider scales is 232 pounds and measured seat height is 37.3 inches. What about power? How much does Husqvarna’s small-displacement two-stroke enduro motorcycle make? We ran the TE 150i on our in-house dyno with a Dunlop D404 street tire on the rear wheel and documented peak figures of 30.8 hp at 9,200 rpm and 17.6 pound-feet of torque at 9,400 rpm. The horsepower and torque curves are very linear from 2,200 rpm to 9,400 rpm, at which point both drop off big time. We’ll do our best to stay below that rpm on the trail.
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