2010 Kawasaki KX250F : Reviews and Specification

2010 Kawasaki KX250F : Reviews and Specification Wow Kawasaki you must really know alot about motocross and their stocks! So you obviously know that no matter what bike Reed is on he is going to be a champion becuase of his Skills. And FYI these manufacturers such as Kawasaki do not rely on motocross and supercross to make their stocks better, its the general public and the other products they make. And a True motocross fan doesnt hate any of the riders, so the only people who can be haters is the Pros themselves. And I highly doubt your a Pro riderSuspension spring rates remain the same for 2010. Our 160 lbs. pro level tester noted that the fork felt soft.

2010 Kawasaki KX250F : Reviews and Specification
In the chassis department, the KX250F’s twin-spar aluminum frame’s steering head has been engineered for more flex, thereby delivering increased front end feel. Its 47mm Showa Twin-Chamber fork has the same friction reducing black titanium coating on the lower tubes, but internal damping settings have been tweaked to improve front-to-rear balance (0.44 kg/mm fork and 0.51 kg/mm shock spring rates remain the same). Like before, the fork offers both compression and rebound damping adjustment.
The 2010 Kawasaki KX250F features engine and chassis updates all in an effort to get you around the racetrack faster than ever. The Showa gas charged shock absorber operates through a new shock linkage that keeps the rear tire better planted in the corner.The exhaust header has been reshaped and is now constructed out of stainless-steel. Engine tweaks are abundant for ’10 with the KX250F getting new cases, cylinder, and piston, amongst other bottom-durability updates. Explosive power? Not really. Instead it’s smooth and controllable throughout its 13,400 rpm range. Once again, Kawasaki’s KX250F impressed us with its peppy engine, nimble and composed chassis, as well as its versatile ergonomics package. From accelerating to turning to braking, this bike does it all well, plus it’s an easy motorcycle to ride. In fact, there are only two flaws we can find with the new KX - if you can even call them that. First, while we appreciate every aspect of the bike, there’s nothing that stands out in the “wow” factor. If Kawi could just squeeze a bit more engine power up top, or make it even more flickable this could easily be changed. Finally, dirt bike inflation continues with the MSRP increased by $500 to $6999. So does the new KX have what it takes to go against the redesigned 2010 Honda CRF250F and the rest of the class? We think so, and in a few short months we’ll have the definitive answer.
2010 Kawasaki KX250F : Reviews and Specification
2010 Kawasaki KX250F
Engine: 249cc liquid-cooled Single, DOHC, 4-valve
Bore x Stroke: 77 x 53.6mm
Compression Ratio: 13.2:1
Fuel Delivery: Keihin FCR37 carburetor
Clutch: Wet multi-plate, cable actuation
Transmission: 5-Speed; chain final drive
Final Drive Gearing: 12/49
Front Suspension: Showa Twin-Chamber 47mm fork, 16-position compression and rebound damping adjustment; 12.4 in. travel
Rear Suspension: UNI-TRAK-equipped Showa gas charged shock, 16-position low-speed and step-less high-speed compression damping, 17-position rebound damping and adjustable spring preload; 12.2 in. travel
Front Brake: 250mm petal disc, dual-piston caliper
Rear Brake: 240mm petal disc, 1-piston caliper
Handlebar: Renthal
Front Tire: Bridgestone M403 80/100-21
Rear Tire: Bridgestone M404 100/80-19
Curb Weight: 231 lbs. (fully fueled, ready to ride)
Wheelbase: 57.9 in.
Length: 85.4 in.
Width: 32.3 in.
Ground Clearance: 13.4 in.
Seat Height: 37.6 in.
Fuel Capacity: 2.1 gal.
MSRP: $6999 Lime Green
Source : motorcycle-usa.com

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