2005 Kawasaki KX250F


The Kawasaki KX250F competition motorcycle returns for 2005 with several engine and chassis updates, making this championship-winning motocross bike the envy of the competition. And the KX250F is indeed worthy of such envy: in its first year of competition, Team Pro Circuit/Kawasaki/Chevy Trucks racer Ivan Tedesco rode this four-stroke Kawasaki to victory, clinching the 2004 AMA THQ Supercross Series 125cc Western Regional Championship. To help keep the KX250F on the leading-edge of such exhilarating power and performance, Kawasaki engineers began by making refinements to the engine. The liquid-cooled 249cc four-stroke engine has improved low and mid-range response courtesy of a modified intake port, a straightened exhaust port, and revised ignition timing for improved top-end and over-rev performance.