I'm wondering about that too Captain Slash , anyway , it is possible to register this one too , he's totaly original and made in Japan.Captain_Slash wrote: It will be interesting to see how the prices of these second hand unregistered bikes fares now that you can buy a brand new Kawasaki KLX 250 with full registration for 150K
http://www.kawasakibigbike.com/specific ... LX250.htmlKZ wrote: Since you seem to know it, why don't you tell me?
I wonder what kind of brochure that is 29 HPIan Bungy wrote: You Guys sure are Posting alot on the Same Subject? I have Ridden The XR250, Owned a TTR Raid and now Have the New KLX250. Very Little difference in the Performance of Either of them??? The Delivery of Power Varies between them but I doubt there would be much difference in a Straight Drag? HP Figures, Who Knows the Truth??? The Brochure Quotes 29 HP for the KLX??? Could You tell the Difference???
There are a lot of Differences between the Carb Version and the Injected Version i have picked up. Trying to Fit a 2009 KLX "Two Brothers Racing" Exhaust from the US doesn't work on the New Injected 2009 here. You have to Modify the Pipe as the Header Pipe on the Injected Version is Smaller than the Carb Version and it also has the Oxygen Sensor in the Tail Pipe which needs Fitting!!! But besides it all Who Cares it is Still a New, Registered Cheap Bike and If you can Notice 2 or 4 HP More or Less You are Better than Most, Specially when Riders Weight Probably Varies between 65 to 100 Kgs??? Just Enjoy what you Have or Get!
Hello Captain Slash ,Captain_Slash wrote: It will be interesting to see how the prices of these second hand unregistered bikes fares now that you can buy a brand new Kawasaki KLX 250 with full registration for 150K
These things makes me also confused , not only the HP we don’t know for sure :?rich1968 wrote: Check out the rims,(not Excel) spokes,tires, chain, disc brakes and possibly the suspension on the Thai made D-tracker they may be different if you compare them to other versions sold elsewhere, but everyone has to cut corners to reduce prices. Apart from that I think they are basically the same engine wise.