Henry's Kawasaki KX125 10

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General Info
Model Year: 2007
Brand: Kawasaki
Model: KX
Engine Size: 125
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Graphics: Flu Designs
Plastic: UFO
Handlebar: Renthal
Grips: Pro Grip
Seat: Other
Footpegs: Scar
Shifter: Other
Exhaust: Other. Misc.: Factory Spec pipe
Clutch: Hinson
Piston: Athena
Ignition: Other
Air Filter: Twin Air
Air Intake: Moto Tassinari
Engine Mods: Other
Triple Clamps: Other
Fork: Ohlins
Rear Shock: Ohlins. Misc.: W/ Titanium Spring
Suspension Mods: Ohlins
Tires: Michelin
Rims: Excel
Hubs: Talon
Sprockets: Talon
Chain: Renthal
Brakes: Nissin
Brake Pads: Braking
Brake Rotors: Motomaster
Oils/Lubes: Motul
Additional Info: This is one serious race bike.
Brand: Kawasaki
Model: KX
Engine Size: 125
Engine Type: 2-Stroke

Vital MX member HenryA HenryA 2/23/2013 12:36 AM

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Very nice bike. How do you like the Ohlins suspension? Is it worth the Cost? I was thinking of either Ohlins or findingan A kit for my 03 KX 125.. Thanks

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Well my stock suspension was revalved and re-sprung for my weight, can't really say I didn't like that setup but it was nowhere near as good as the Öhlins. And it was lighter too, especially with the Ti spring on the shock.
I don't have any experience with the A-kit but I'm sure it is as good as the Öhlins.

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Nice sled Henry, but do yourself a favor an correct that front brake line routing before you kill yourself.

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HenryA's KX125 is from 2007, we think his Kawasaki looks great. This is why the crew here at VitalMX has chosen this little two-smoker from our new Bike Check section as the first ever winner for Bike of the Month presented by DeCal Works.

For being selected, HenryA will receive a $100 gift card from DeCal Works to help sharpen up his ride even more. Maybe he can use it to finally get some numbers for his green machine. Congrats, señor HenryA!

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