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.
A host of updates and features that were introduced for MY19 also carry over to the latest model.
The highly praised 48mm KYB spring front forks and shock return offering excellent compliance over small bumps while firming up deeper into the stroke to handle bigger hits such as harsh jump landings.
Suzuki’s sophisticated Traction Management system which works seamlessly with the rider to get the power to the ground. To maximise traction for conditions, the engine control module (ECM) automatically adjusts ignition timing and fuel injection based on throttle position, engine speed and gear position.
Suzuki’s Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC) provides riders a choice of three settings which can be quickly selected via a handlebar-mounted switch. The “A” mode is programmed for hard surfaces, such as a concrete starting pad, clay or hard-packed dirt where controlling wheelspin is crucial to good starts. The “B” mode is for normal dirt conditions. Riders can also select the “Off” setting to retain standard ignition timing.
Suzuki RM-Zs are famous for their class-leading cornering and turning performance. The latest generation aluminium chassis design ensures this legacy continues, giving riders sharper handling, better feel and more control than ever before.
The MY20 RM-Z250 boasts updated graphics and livery, black anodized Dirtstar rims, a powerful 270mm wave front rotor and Renthal aluminium Fatbar handlebars as standard equipment.
The MY20 Suzuki RM-Z250 is available now from Australian dealerships with a manufacturer’s suggested price of $10,590 ride away.