2012 Kawasaki KX 450 FFor 2012, Kawasaki upgraded an already championship-winning dirt bike – the KX 450 F.
Here are just a few of the improvements that will surely make the Kawasaki KX450F stick out from the competition:
All-new Launch Control Mode increases the chance of nailing the holeshot
New pre-programmed ignition maps, interchangeable trackside, no PC required
Upgraded engine with more top-end thrust and a wider powerband
New adjustable bar and footpeg positions
New slimmer frame and minimalist bodywork
Upgraded transmission for easy, reliable shifting
New pipe and silencer help centralize mass
50mm AOS forks with DLC coated inner fork tubes
Black Alumite coated rims
And with these upgrades that will improves upon the performance of the KX 450 F comes attractive styling, as shown above in the Kawasaki KX wallpaper.Right click motorcycle wallpaper to download or click motorcycle thumbnail to view.
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