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    Love this thing
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    2012 Pro circuit kx250f quick out of the hole, all around nice bike to ride handles great. #beast
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    Mx3s front tire. Mx33 rear tire. Primary driver X-ring chain, 13-52 gearing, suspension re sprung and valved for offroad. 190lbs geared up. 92kg fork spring, 54kg shock spring. Cylinder head cut for new SS ProX valves and new ProX piston.
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    No longer own.
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    the person who sold it to me didn't have the plug and plays <br />
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    Great first bike. Lots of power, and the perfect size/weight for beginner.
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    SPECIFICATIONS POWER Engine: 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, DOHC, water-cooled Displacement: 249cc Bore x Stroke: 77.0 x 53.6mm Compression ratio: 13.8:1 Fuel System: DFI® with 43mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors Ignition: Digital DC-CDI Transmission: 5-speed, return shift Final Drive: Chain PERFORMANCE Front Suspension / Wheel Travel: 48mm inverted Showa SFF telescopic fork with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22-position compression and 20-position rebound damping adjustability/12.2 in Rear Suspension / Wheel Travel: 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 Front Tire Size: 80/100-21 Rear Tire Size: 100/90-19 Front Brakes: Single semi-floating 270mm Braking petal disc with dual-piston caliper Rear Brakes: Single 240mm Braking petal disc with single-piston caliper DETAILS Frame Type: Aluminum perimeter Rake/Trail: 28.5°/5.0 in Overall Length: 85.4 in Overall Width: 32.3 in Overall Height: 49.8 in Ground Clearance: 12.6 in Seat Height: 37.0 in Curb Weight: 229.9 lb** Fuel Capacity: 1.61 gal Wheelbase: 58.1 in Color Choices: Lime Green
  10. 13 reviews

    Winning championships is what this bike's built to do. To keep the momentum strong, we packed the KX250F with even more championship proven technology. NEW ADJUSTABLE ERGONOMICS Get the perfect fit for your riding style with the new 4-way adjustable handlebar mounts and 2-way adjustable footpegs. The handlebars can move towards or away from your body, while the footpegs move up or down for rider preference. LAUNCH CONTROL MODE When grabbing the holeshot means winning the race, reach for the KX450F's industry first Launch Control Mode. Developed by our race team for your success, this feature helps control the 450F's massive power at the starting gate by altering ignition timing for better traction. NEW SHOWA SSF-AIR TAC The Triple Air Chamber design of this championship-winning technology offers a lightweight construction, high rigidity, and low friction, resulting in a silky-smooth ride. This version of the fork also features Kawasaki-exclusive settings developed and tested over multiple AMA title seasons. 270mm OVERSIZED FRONT ROTOR Thew new oversized petal disc brake offers increased stopping power for maximum control. CHAMPIONSHIP POWER ENGINE The new race team inspired bridged box bottom piston of the KX250F has a new crown design for increased compression and improved combustion efficiency. Translation: even more championship power. ENGINE Engine Liquid-cooled, four-stroke single with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head Bore x stroke 77.0 x 53.6mm Fuel system DFI® with 43mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors Transmission 5-speed Frame type Aluminum perimeter Fuel capacity 1.61 gallons Rear suspension / wheel travel 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" Tire size, rear 100/90-19 Brakes, rear Single 240mm petal disc with single-piston caliper Overall width 32.3" Ground clearance 13.0" Curb weight** 233.6 lb Color choices Lime Green CHASSIS Displacement 249cc Compression ratio 13.8:1 Ignition Digital DC-CDI Final drive Chain Rake / trail 28.7 degrees / 5" Front suspension / wheel travel 48mm inverted Showa SFF telescopic fork with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22-position compression and 20-position rebound damping adjustability/ 12.4" Tire size, front 80/100-21 Brakes, front Single semi-floating 270mm petal disc with dual-piston caliper Overall length 85.4" Overall height 50.0" Seat height 37.2" Wheelbase 58.1"
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    Needs work but a good dirtbike when running
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    Awesome bike
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    fun ride
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    great bike handles track well
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    Works perfect for me
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    Have TWO of these, Really too early to tell wrt ride, durability, reliability. Bought this one as a beater beatup bike. I can say that this model is incredibly easy to work on. It is very well designed for maintenance access to all aspects of the bike and engine. There isn't any job you can't get to on the machine and be elbows deep into a complete tear down in 10 minutes or less. All fasteners are common in size to 3. So minimal tools required. I really like that when we do have to fix something, it is really a dream to work on! Like it enough that I bought two of them, same year 2005.
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    Kawasaki KX250F (2005)


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    I'm relatively new to big dirt bikes and I've only put less than one hour on this thing so no problems yet. Just changed the break-in oil. I like the way it handles and it has enough power to scare you if you accidentally goose the throttle. Love it.
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    2011 Bike of The YEARs little brother....
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    fast bike MX2
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    Its Green, its mean. Great power and handling
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    Brand New ...comes with $1100.00 pro circuit carbón fiber pipe still in the box..new kawasaki gripper seat...monster kawasaki graphics. All extra goodies brand new still in package from pro circuit 1500.00 in extra goodies to make this new kx250f run faster and look even sharper then the 2013 kx250f all ready looked from the factory... You will be saving all most $3,000 then if if you bought it all new from the dealership...I bought it as a leftover in 2014 for my boyfriend after his injury thinking he was going to heal but with 2 kids back to back and another on the way a house is more important. This bike is going to go fast so act now! The picture of the bike was to show the great condition its in it looks even more amazing now since I just put the pro circuit pipe on it ill have more recent pics later today if interested call or text Merrybeth 443-547-8125
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    Great bike! I picked this up in March in less than good condition for what I feel was a great deal, and over the past few months I have been able to bring it back to life one piece at a time. Most of my upgrades have been cosmetic aside from switching out the bars, grips and clutch cable. I fitted it with a new set of Acerbis black plastic with an 09' front fender and number plate. Topped those off with some Factory Effex 2015 Monster Energy graphics and backgrounds. Painted the centers of the rims black (keeping the lips polished as to prevent any damage to the paint when removing and installing tires in the future....plus I like the look a lot with the aluminum lips), wrapped them with some Bridgestones and threw on some Neon Green Spoke Coats. Nothing internal has been needed for the bike so far, knock on wood. It was in great mechanical shape when I bought it and the performance definitely outshined the dilapidated looks. The only thing I know of it having done performance wise is the power bomb header with the FMF slip on and a 51 tooth rear to liven it up even more. Not sure what has been done with it as far as jetting and tuning go but the bike has a LOT of low end power and out pulls anything that I have been on of recent to compare it to.
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    Amazing bike never had any problems, except for an oil leak that is not coming out of the oil plug.
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