What was the last year of the KX 250 2-Stroke?

What was the last year of the KX 250 2-Stroke?

The Kawasaki KX250 is a 2-stroke motocross motorcycle that was first introduced in 1974. The 2-stroke KX-250 was discontinued from the 2008 model year.

How can you tell what year a KX 250 is?

On the front of the frame behind the forks there should be the VIN plate. That should tell you the year.

How much torque does a KX 250 have?

Kawasaki KX 250 Specs The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 52.50 HP (38.3 kW) @ 8000 RPM and a maximum torque of 47.50 Nm (4.8 kgf-m or 35.0 ft. lbs) @ 7500 RPM .

Why did Kawasaki stop making 2 strokes?

Answer: Two-strokes left the market because they could not meet steadily-tightening EPA standards for vehicle exhaust emissions. The very feature that makes two-strokes attractive—the simplicity of having only three moving parts (crankshaft, con-rod, and piston—was also their undoing.

Will Kawasaki make 250 2 strokes again?

For 2022, there are more motorcycle companies offering more two-strokes than ever. Beta, GasGas, Husqvarna, KTM, Cobra, Rieju, GPX, Kawasaki, TM, Sherco, Suzuki and Yamaha are all in the game for keeps.

How do I identify my Kawasaki Engine?

The model number and serial number on your Kawasaki Engine is located at the rear of the engine on the engine housing. The model number and serial number label in the image is located on your. Kawasaki Engine. The CODE number above the barcode is made of the model and the spec number.

How much horsepower does a KX 250 have?

The Kawasaki KX 250 has 52.50 HP (38.3 kW) @ 8000 RPM. How much does a Kawasaki KX 250 weighs? The Kawasaki KX 250 weighs 96.5 kg (212.7 pounds).

How big are the brakes on a Kawasaki KX 250?

As for stopping power, the Kawasaki KX 250 braking system includes Single disc size 220 mm (8.7 inches) at the front and Single disc size 190 mm (7.5 inches) at the back. How much horsepower does a Kawasaki KX 250 have?

Where are the injectors located on a Kawasaki KX250F?

The Kawasaki KX™️250F was the first mass-production motocross bike to feature Dual Injectors. One injector is located downstream of the throttle valve, where injectors are located on standard FI systems, and a second is located upstream of the throttle valve, close to the airbox.