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Im trying to get a job, and get a new bike and upgrade from my crf150f, this kx125, 2004 model is at a local dealership near my house. Would it be a great bike for my next bike, How long should it last me?? All that stuff. I am 16, 130 pnds, and about 5'8. Here is the bike Tell me what you think?

http://www.elitektm.com/Inventory/Images/Used/Dirt/02-17-2007/04_KAW_KX125.jpg

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Great bike if the price is right..... I personally like the look of the kawasaki but thats just me....

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if u like two strokes [i prefer 4 strokes as i have a YZ250F] then that should be ur next bike... that bike will last u as long as u want it to depending on if u like the power and the way a two stroke "hits"... i am 16 150 lbs. and my bike will take me ANYWHERE i want to go... i say get it man what do u have to lose? ur movin off of a 150f right? then u will LOVE this bike... it is light and nimble enough to do amazing trail riding while also quick and light enough to do motocross... i say go crazy with that bike man... best of luck :thumbsup:

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Im trying to get a job, and get a new bike and upgrade from my crf150f, this kx125, 2004 model is at a local dealership near my house. Would it be a great bike for my next bike, How long should it last me?? All that stuff. I am 16, 130 pnds, and about 5'8. Here is the bike Tell me what you think?

http://www.elitektm.com/Inventory/Images/Used/Dirt/02-17-2007/04_KAW_KX125.jpg

:thumbsup:

In comparison to your CR150F this bike will feel lighter and more powerful. It looks like a real clean bike. What are they asking?

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It looks very clean. If you can get it out the door for under 24hun GET IT! You cant go wrong with that bike.

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yeah its really nice but itl be a while b4 i can get it because my dad wants me to get more time into my 150, and dads are always right, atleast you have to make it seem like they are so im gunna respect his words and wait a lil bit and hopefully it wont be sold by the time i get a lil extra cash and sell my 150, which has an ok resale price.

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yeah its really nice but itl be a while b4 i can get it because my dad wants me to get more time into my 150, and dads are always right, atleast you have to make it seem like they are so im gunna respect his words and wait a lil bit and hopefully it wont be sold by the time i get a lil extra cash and sell my 150, which has an ok resale price.

Good on ya for a good attitude, and listening to your Dad..:worthy::thumbsup:

Good luck on gettin the KX.

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THanX hopefully itl be there when the time comes, but im not that worried cause everyone in Colorado are movin to the 4 strokes so im sure itl be there

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If that bike is gone you will find another better one. It will work out.

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yeah i figured that aswell there will always be another bike that i will like or want if i cant get this one........... but this one is really badass

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'Plenty of bikes out there - including those KX125s. You'll be on one before you know it, so learn everything you can on that 150!

I'm a dad, COracer15, and I can tell you that your attitude will get you anywhere - keep it up!!

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Yah KX's are awesome, but i got my 03kx125 for 1500 OTD. Maybe the prices are way different where you live?

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cool... good luck w/ the bike. u will like it im sure. that sucking it up to your parents works pretty good, it's gotten me 3 new bikes and 1 slightly used (and last free one):thumbsup::worthy:

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Maybe you can trade them strait across.Those 150f's must go for more than 2200 used........just a thought

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