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Kawasaki KX250F

Kawasaki KX250F

The Kawasaki KX250F has 13.0 inches of ground clearance from the bottom of the frame to the ground. The full size KX250F 4-stroke has an overall height of 50.0 inches and an overall width of 32.3 inches. The final primary drive system on the KX250F has a rugged 110 link 520 gauge roller chain and strong durable front and rear steel sprockets to help put all of that 250F 4-stroke power down to the ground.

The Kawasaki KX250F weighs 233.6 lbs. The overall length is 85.4 inches with a 37.2 inch seat height.

The Kawasaki KX250F has a wheelbase of 58.1 inches measuring front axle center to rear axle center. This potent Kawasaki has a strong 5 speed transmission and an easy to use multi plate wet clutch.

The Kawasaki KX250F is a perfect MX race bike and off-road motorcycle with a perfect balance of power speed and great handling. Not to be confused with the Kawasaki KX250 2-stroke that raced with the Kawasaki KX450F 4-stroke in the 450 class in AMA Motocross, Supercross and Arenacross racing.

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The specifications for the current 4-stroke Kawasaki KX250F have the liquid cooled single engine cylinder displacement at 249cc with a bore and stroke measured at 77.0mm x 53.6mm and the compression ratio is 13.8:1. The engine valves use high performance DOHC dual overhead cams.

This Kawasaki KX250F 4-stroke motocross race bike featured here belongs to the super fast and talented MX racer Dustin Long of North Carolina and his username is @dustinlong816 on Instagram.

The fuel delivery system on the Kawasaki KX250F uses a high tech DFI direct fuel injection with a 43mm Keihin throttle and features dual fuel injectors for smooth overall power and great throttle response.

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The current model Kawasaki KX250F suspension uses 48mm Showa inverted front forks that have fully adjustable compression and rebound dampening and have 12.4 inches of travel. The rear Uni-Trak linkage system has a fully adjustable Showa rear shock with 12.2 inches of rear suspension travel.

The video below is a great test of the 2015 Kawasaki KX250F by Motocross Action Magazine MXA.

The fuel capacity of the Kawasaki KX250F is 1.61 gallons for plenty of MX racing between gas stops. The KX250F has digital CDI ignition and an aluminum perimeter chassis frame for strength and light weight. The frame geometry has 28.7 degrees of Rake and has 5.0 inches of Trail for great handling.

The 4-stroke Kawasaki KX250F uses an MX front tire size of 80/100-21 and a rear tire size of 100/90-19.

Stopping power on this Kawasaki KX250F motocross motorcycle feature brakes that come equipped with a 250mm front disc with a dual piston caliper and 240mm rear rotor utilizing a single piston caliper.

A big thank you goes out to Dustin Long for sharing his awesome Kawasaki KX250F MX photos with us.

Here’s a great photo below of Dustin Long racing his Kawasaki KX250F at Windy Hill Sports MX track.

Dustin Long whips his Kawasaki KX250F off of a big jump with no problem showing his awesome style.

Dustin Long throws his Kawasaki KX250F sideways while catching big air at his favorite motocross track.

You’ll always see major boost coming out of Dustin Long’s Kawasaki KX250F as his Dunlops hook up.

Dustin Long gets some big air above and rails around a fast sand berm below on his Kawasaki KX250F.

Check out Dustin Long’s Kawasaki KX250F with our brand new motocross front fender graphics.

Here’s some new photos of Dustin Long ripping up the motocross track on his Kawasaki KX250F.

Dustin Long has his Kawasaki KX250F clean and ready for tons of MX racing action this season.

Dustin Long rails through a sand turn super fast on his Kawasaki KX250F at a local motocross track.

The Kawasaki KX250F is a popular motocross race bike used by the top racers in the world. The Kawasaki KX250F 4-stroke was introduced to the MX racing world in 2004 and was designed to eventually replace the Kawasaki KX125 2-stroke with more power and engine torque racing in the same class, but under new racing guidelines of 4-stroke engine displacement. Monster Energy Kawasaki Pro Circuit racers that used the KX250F are Adam Cianciarulo, Dean Wilson, Blake Baggett, Martin Davalos, Justin Hill and Darryn Durham having great success with such an amazing dirt bike.