KX450F

KX450F
VETTED IN THE FIRES OF COMPETITION, NEW VERSION HONES WINNING EDGE

Kawasaki enhances the dynamic excellence of its world championship winning KX450F motocrosser with a new five-speed gearbox plus a host of engine and chassis refinements aimed at increasing its domination over the competition. bike2

The 2007 KX450F offers all the dirt-shredding power from last year’s motorcycle, with enhanced bottom end and midrange thrust for even quicker acceleration from the starting gate and stronger drive out of corners. This revised engine tuning is coupled with a new five-speed transmission to allow greater flexibility in gear selection and increase the rider’s options in difficult rhythm sections.

Never one to rest on its laurels, Kawasaki also lavished attention upon the KX450F’s frame and suspension. With reduced frame spar rigidity, new fork internals, and the industry’s first diamond like carbon (DLC) coated fork tubes, the ’07 KX450F boasts improved rear wheel traction and suspension action to improve handling, maximize acceleration and offer easier line selection when passing the competition.

The new KX450F will be available in Kawasaki lime green, with a new colored surface treatment on wheel hubs and engine covers, and aggressive race team graphics.

KX-250F

KX250F
HOST OF CHANGES IMPROVE ENGINE & CHASSIS PERFORMANCE

Kawasaki’s all-new four-stroke KX250F rose to the top to become one of last year’s best motocross motorcycles. For 2007, Kawasaki improves the championship winning KX250F with a host of engine and chassis modifications designed to extend its performance advantage. bike1

Kawasaki’s all-new four-stroke KX250F rose to the top to become one of last
year’s best motocross motorcycles. For 2007, Kawasaki improves the championship winning KX250F with a host of engine and chassis modifications designed to extend its performance advantage.

Refinements to Kawasaki’s highly acclaimed KX250F make it an even more potent track weapon. The newest KX250F keeps the outstanding top-end power from last year’s motorcycle, but adds a stronger pull from the bottom of its rev range.

The upgraded engine is complimented by a strengthened five-speed transmission and a revised chassis featuring increased longitudinal rigidity for lighter, quicker steering.

The new KX250F will be available in Kawasaki lime green with new colored wheel hubs, and aggressive race team graphics.

Optional parts for the KX250F include magneto rotors with different inertias, a 12-tooth countershaft sprocket, top mounting clamp for an oversized handlebar, aluminum and steel rear sprockets, solid petal brake rotors for wet races, different springs for the front fork and rear shock, manual decompression lever and cable, and a 20-inch front wheel.

Those who race their KX250F at designated events are eligible to receive support from Team Green, Kawasaki’s amateur racing support program. Each year, Team Green provides regional support vehicles and highly trained technicians at more than 100 events, offering technical information and assistance to those who race Kawasaki products. Kawasaki also offers a comprehensive contingency program for amateur and professional riders who place well at designated events.

PJ’s Favorite Bikes

In 2006, PJ made the move from racing on a Kawasaki KX125 to a KX250F and KX450F. PJ was excited about making the move. He continues to improve his racing skills and looks forward to winning races on the new bikes. He has enjoyed the change and feels the transition went very smoothly. He continues to impress everyone in the racing community and looks forward to a successful year on his new bike.
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Kawasaki has the enviable reputation of nurturing future motocross champions from their earliest riding days to the winner’s podium at National Motocross and Supercross events. Long before other brands got into the act, Kawasaki was building motocross bikes for every stage of a growing racer’s career and backing young champions with Team Green? racing support.All KX motorcycles come with the support of Team Green?, Kawasaki’s amateur support program. Each year, Team Green attends more than 100 events across the country, providing regional support vehicles and highly trained technicians to provide technical information and assistance for anyone who races a Kawasaki. Kawasaki also offers a comprehensive contingency program for amateur and professional riders who place well at designated events. Team Green, the most successful amateur support program in off-road and motocross racing history, boasts a remarkable list of championship-winning alumni.