Model: 2015 KXF 250
Engine Type: Four-stroke single with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head
Fuel System: DFI with 43mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors
Fuel Capacity: 1.61 gal. - 6 liters
Starting System: Electric
Front Suspension: 48mm inverted Showa SFF telescopic fork with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22-position compression and 20-position rebound damping adjustability/ 12.4 in
Rear Suspension: Uni-Trak linkage system and Showa shock with 19-position low-speed and 4-turns high-speed compression damping, 22-position rebound damping, fully adjustable spring preload / 12.2 in
Wheel Base: 58.1 in. - 1.47.5 cm
Seat Height: 37.2 in. - 95 cm
Curb Weight: 233.6 lbs. - 106 kgs
Model: 2015 KXF 450
Engine Type: Four-stroke, DOHC, four-valve single cylinder head
Fuel System: DFI with 43 mm Keihin throttle body
Fuel Capacity: 1.64 gal. - 6.2 liters
Starting System: Electric
Front Suspension: Inverted Showa SFF-Air TAC fork with Triple Air Chamber, DLC coated sliders, 22-position compression and 20-position rebound damping adjustment / 12.4 in
Rear Suspension: Uni-Trak linkage system and Showa shock, 19-position low-speed and 4 turns high-speed compression damping, 22-position rebound damping and fully adjustable spring preload / 12.4 in
Wheel Base: 58.8 in. - 149 cm
Seat Height: 37.8 in. - 96 cm
Curb Weight: 247.1 lbs. - 112 kgs
For more info on Kawasaki's full range check out www.Kawasaki.com
Up until around 2006 Kawasaki had a healthy blend of two stroke and four stroke dirt bikes. Their four stroke MX bikes arrived on the scene in 2004 and diverted the attention of many adult riders away from their previous range of hugely successful two smokers. However with the sudden extinction of the Kx125, Kx250 and KDX models in 2007 - their market offerings dwindled down to the four stroke range with only the motocross bikes receiving continual updates. The smaller two stroke bikes seemed to have survived the apocalypse however they don't receive much more than a new set of decals from year to year.
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