Seriously, think about it, it's a theoretical quadruple displacement advantage over a naturally aspirated 4 stroke. 2 strokes already have a theoretical double displacement(125 2t=250 4t, in theory). Now, lets say, we add in one additional atmosphere of pressure(30lbs of boost, yeah, crazy number, just go with it). Now, instead of 125 2t=250 4t, it's 125 2tFI(FI being forced induction)=500 4tNA(NA being naturally aspirated). Here that KTM, get to work on it. I want my 160hp sub 200lb. Obvious problems are exploding engine(KTM 125sx makes peak hp at 12000RPM, I can't imagine that the engine could take much more), and carbs not being able to compensate(DFI, maybe?). And probably about a million other reasons that I didn't think of when the idea for this post popped into my head while I was watching a video about forced induction. But then again, the possibility of a sub 220lbs 160 HP motorcycle is kinda neat. Even in cars, a 2.0 liter car makes around 150hp, if it was a forced induction 2 stroke, 600hp. Alright KTM(from the guys that brought you 100hp dirt bike, 180hp naked bike, 150hp Adventure bike, and hilariously aggressive 125 2 strokes) R/D, get to work. Time to show those 4 choking bastards whats up(I joke, I joke). Again, this is just an idea that popped into my head and I thought I'd share. Cheers.