Two new Kawasaki four stroke motocross machines are announced today reinforcing the company’s commitment to the very highest levels of achievement in the MX2 and MX1 racing classes.
Primary focus for MX2 fans will be the move to battery-less fuel injection for the venerable KX250F which, allied to a focus on both more power and low rev response, will maintain its place as the definitive quarter litre race machine.
Retaining its innovative and unique in class bridge bottom piston for 2011, the 250F also features the option of a factory Fi calibration kit that expert racers and their team’s can use to further fine tune and map the new fuel injection system. With a crank web design featuring a balance factor on par with Kawasaki’s factory racers, the influence of the world’s very best MX competitors is apparent everywhere on the new KX250F, no more so than the stunning new Showa Separate front Fork. This new SFF suspension features the damping assembly in the left tube while the spring sits in the right leading to quick and easy pre-load adjustments which previously required fork disassembly.