DARYL ECKLUND’S 2003 KAWASAKI KX125: FROM BASKET CASE TO BEAUTY QUEEN
This is MXA Managing Editor Daryl Ecklund’s personal 2003 Kawasaki KX125. When the former AMA Pro bought it years ago, it was just a box full of parts. Purchased from a friend of a friend for $400—which looked like a good deal that the time, but more time proved different. The box of parts was missing thousand of dollars worth of parts—not the least of which was the carburetor. With the help of Millenium Technologies, Hinson, Race Tech, Wrench Rabbit, ICW Radiators, Works Connection, Faster USA, Applied, FMF, Dunlop and, most importantly, the help of Jay Clark to get all the parts back in the right place and transform MXA’s basket case KX125 into this beautiful machine. Crank those speakers and enjoy the sweet sound of our project KX125 ripping around the High Desert’s now gone Comp Edge track one last time before it closed.
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