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Motorcycle Noise Emission Control Information This motorcycle is designed for closed course competition use only. It does not conform to U. EPA motorcycle noise standards.

Kawasaki KX250F Owner’s Manual

How- ever, if improperly conducted, this sport has the potential to cause environmental problems as well as conflicts with other people. Congratulations on your choosing this Kawasaki motorcycle. Your new KX is a highly tuned competition machine for participation in racing events. As with any mechan- ical device, proper care and maintenance are important for trouble-free operation and top performance. Overall Width mm Overall Height 1 mm Wheelbase 1 mm Road Clearance mm Front Suspension Travel mm Rear Wheel Travel mm Cylinder Unit mL Outer Tube mL Amount Right Front Fork mL 7.

If any label is missing, damaged, or worn, get a replacement from your Kawasaki dealer and install it in the correct po- sition. Brake Fluid Rear 3. Radiator Cap Danger 4. Rear Shock Absorber Warning Noise Emission Control Information 6. Orange Launch Control 6. Front Brake Fluid Reservoir 2. Front Brake Lever 3. Launch Control Mode Light 8. Throttle Grip Button 5. Rear Shock Absorber 3. Air Cleaner Element Throttle Body Assy 9. Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir 7. Oil Level Inspection Window 3. Rear Shock Absorber Gas Reservoir 8.

Rear Brake Pedal 4.

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To install the side stand, insert its flat end into the rear axle as shown in the figure. Avoid filling the tank in the rain or where heavy dust Fuel is blowing so that the fuel does not get contaminated. This Kawasaki KX has a 4-stroke engine that re- quires a gasoline. The capacity of the fuel tank is 6. Always use a different brand of gasoline of a higher stop the engine and do not smoke.


Other oxygenates approved for majual in unleaded blends during refueling. Fuel containing these oxygenates to 60 days, mix a fuel stabilizer such as can also be used in your Kawasaki. Riding with the side stand can cause a crash resulting in injury. The launch control mode can be used to adjust ig- nition timing to help riders get better starts on slip- pery terrain. The neutral is located halfway between 1st and 2nd gear. Pull in the clutch Close kawasa,i throttle completely and push the engine lever as the motorcycle comes to a stop.


Be Kawaaski sure to fully check the tightness of nuts and bolts, oil leakage, and any irregularities, espe- A brief break-in procedure must be carried out to cially, each cable elongation, brake play, chain obtain the proper operating clearances in the engine slack and spoke tightness.

The time required is minimal, and habitual performance of these checks will help ensure a safe, reliable ride. If any irregularities are found during these checks, refer to the appropriate section and take the action required to return the motorcycle to a safe operating condition. No wear or damage Frame Tires Overall condition good No wear or damage Pressure correct Air valve cap installed Spokes No looseness Drive Chain After racing, first clean the motorcycle, then in- spect the entire motorcycle with special attention to the air cleaner, brakes, etc.

Periodic Maintenance Chart to keep the motorcycle in good running condition. Replace, add, adjust, clean or torque if necessary. Should be serviced by referring to the Service Manual or an authorized Kawasaki dealer. Periodic Inspection Engine Related Item. Mnual been specifically engineered for your vehicle. Oil Filter Cap sistent use of these products meets or exceeds ser Do not touch the radiator when it is Check the water hoses for cracks or deterioration, hot, nor open the radiator cap.

Hot coolant and the connections for looseness in accordance inside will cause severe burns. Immediately wash away any coolant that spills on the frame, engine, or wheel. Coolant Change The coolant should be changed to ensure long en- gine life, if necessary. The plug may also be cleaned using a high flash -point solvent and a nonmetal brush nylon etc.

If The spark plug should be taken out periodically for the spark plug electrodes are corroded, or damaged, inspection and regapping. Fuel Tank Mounting Bolt B. Disconnect the fuel pump lead connector. Remove the fuel tank. Fuel Pump Lead Connector Kawwsaki. If the dampers are let pipe until the hose joint clicks.


Inspect kawasako air intake system, which includes the air filter and air duct to the throttle body assy, and the duct clamps and throttle body assy, before each race or practice session.

Do not twist or wring the element, as it gets easily torn or damaged. If it is dirty, clean it. Also check if the element is in good condition no tears, hardening kawasai shrinkage.

Air Cleaner Element B. Rinse the element with clear water to remove all traces of the cleaning solution.

Throttle Cable Adjustment Inspect the throttle grip for smooth operation in all steering positions. Check and adjust the throttle cable in accordance with the Periodic Maintenance Chart. Remove the seat see Air Cleaner section.

Loosen the air cleaner duct clamp bolt. Wipe off the dirt of the surface around the connec- tion using a cloth or a soft brush. Disconnect the upstream injector connector. Be oawasaki to place a piece of cloth around the fuel hose joint. Kaawasaki Frame Mounting Bolts B. Air Cleaner Housing A. Align the projection with the groove. Decelerator Cable Bolt D. Decelerator Cable Bolt Locknut A. The Fit the projection on the muffler body and hole on pipe made from resin could be damaged.

When adjusting the clutch or replacing the cable, be sure the upper end of the clutch outer cable is fully seated in its fitting, or it could slip into place later, creating enough cable play to prevent clutch disengagement.

Remove the clutch cover and gasket. Clutch Spring Bolts B. Steel Plate Thickness Measurement 1. Standard Service Limit 1. Timing Inspection Cap B. Flywheel Nut Mwnual A. Head Cover Gasket B. Spark Plug Hole Gasket Standard Valve Clearance 0.

Silicone Sealant range, adjust by an authorized Kawasaki dealer or Upper Chain Guide B.