Is a KX100 a good starter bike?
It is an easy learner for anyone that is already familiar with a manual clutch and fits the bike. good for smaller people in general.
How much HP does a KX100 have?
Water cooled, 99cc, Single, 2-stroke, Reed valve
|Power:||53.16 HP (39.1 kW) @ 11500 rpm|
|Torque:||17.4 Nm (12.83 lb-ft) @ 10500 rpm|
|Curb weight:||156.5 lbs|
Does a KX100 have a power valve?
Power Valve Description: The stock power valve on a KX100 only lowers the exhaust port to a minimum resulting in less bottom end power. The Pro Circuit Power Valve lowers the exhaust port height to where it should be, resulting in huge gains in the bottom end while maintaining peak horsepower.
What age is a kx100 for?
Older children that have little to no previous riding experience. The JS80s are ideal for beginners of any age, if they fit, which means up to about 12 years old. These bikes quickly inspire confidence in novice riders as they have automatic gearing (no clutch) which means the rider can just rev & go!
How much does a kx100 cost?
To create a smooth transition to full-size motocrossers, the KX100 is fitted with 19-inch front and 16-inch rear wheels (in comparison to the 17-inch and 14-inch wheels on the KX85), as well as an adjustable handlebar mounting system…
When did Kawasaki stop making KX125?
The Kawasaki KX125 is a 2-stroke motocross motorcycle introduced by Kawasaki in 1974 to 2008.
What is the difference between a KX 85 and a KX100?
As far as I know, the only difference between the 85 and 100 suspension is the rim size (85 has 14″ and 17″ rims and the 100 has 16″ and 19″)swing arm length. The 100’s swing arm is about an inch longer. And chain length.