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which is better 96 yamaha xt225 or 99 ktm 200 exc?

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Old 05-24-2009   #1
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Default which is better 96 yamaha xt225 or 99 ktm 200 exc?

i know these are two completely different bikes but im buying my first dual sport and i have no idea which way to go. it is between these two bikes, the xt225 seems like a great bike for both street and off-road trails and it has electric start but i only hear great things about ktm and the two-stroke would be cheaper to repair.im 5'5 and i would feel most comfortable if i could have both feet on the ground so seat height would also be an issue.any suggestions would be appreciated! ------
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