Question about 2004 Husqvarna CR 250

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About Husqvarna CR250 2004

As it is clearly a long stroke engine and cylinder looks like it could be a lot bigger is it really a bigger engine with smaller cylinder? It works very well and as I was changing piston for my fathers bike I started wondering about this. 
Does anyone know?
Thank you Esa Kasper

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Yes every motor is way bigger then the cylinder mainly because of all the components that the motor has inside of it. the cylinder only gets the piston and rings sliding through it so it doesnt have to be big or anything, manufacturers probably think that this way will save way more money and weight.

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