Above on the page there are several PDF Service Manuals with Electric Wiring Diagrams, Spare Parts Catalogs for TM RACING Motorcycles.
We know that former TM Racing 250 Grand Prix rider Samuele Bernardini has been riding the TM MX250FI for three years and perfecting it.
The engine in the 2019 TM Racing MX250FI production motorcycle is an exact copy of the Bernardini engine.
Clearly, TM Racing is in no rush to put the project into production, with insiders reporting that the research and development of the all-new two-stroke MX250FI has been the longest in TM Racing's history.
Visually, what is most striking is that TM Racing Motorcycles seems to have copied the engine from the MotoGP3 racing series.
The top of the TM Racing MX250FI is very reminiscent of the MotoGP3 motors, while the bottom is similar to the modified 2021 motocross motor.
The camshaft was mounted much lower in the cylinder head, which provided a lower center of gravity and also strengthened the whole structure.
The only drawback to this design is the increased noise from the gears, but in the general cacophony of noise emanating from the disgusting air intake, this is not a problem.
It is not difficult to notice two exhaust pipes and two mufflers.
It looks like TM Racing is copying the idea of the 2021 Honda CRF250 twin-tube engine, but new engines don't pop up at the snap of a finger.
Obviously TM Racing has been working on this for several years, probably with MotoGP3 in mind.
What are Honda and TM Racing trying to achieve by adding complexity and weight to the bike?
Like the Honda CRF250, the TM Racing pulls poorly in low-end and mid-range revs and puts out all the power at 14,000 rpm.