Kawasaki’s all-new four-stroke KX250F rose to the top to become one of last years best motocross bikes. 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 bike, but adds a stronger pull from the bottom of its rev range.
The upgraded engine is complimented by a strengthened 5-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 color-matched wheel hubs and aggressive new graphics.
Kawasaki enhances the dynamic excellence of its world SX championship winning KX450F motocross machine with a new 5-speed gearbox plus a host of engine and chassis refinements aimed at increasing its domination over the competition.
The 2007 KX450F offers all the dirt-shredding power from last year’s bike, 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 5-speed transmission to allow greater flexibility in gear selection and increase the rider’s options on the track.
Kawasaki also lavished attention upon the KX450F’s frame and suspension. With a change to the frame’s downtube and new fork internals, the ’07 KX450F boasts improved rear wheel traction and enhanced flickability to maximize acceleration and offer easier line selection when passing the competition.
The new KX450F will also be available in Kawasaki lime green with color-matched wheel hubs and aggressive new graphics.
Kawasaki will continue to produce the KX250 two-stroke for 2007.