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Kawasaki Supermoto KLX 230SM 2023

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$ 5,299 | £ 4,647
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki Supermoto KLX 230SM 2023 is a air-cooled four-stroke single generates 14 kW (19 hp) of power at 5600 rpm and 19.8 Nm of torque at 6100 rpm.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 80.7 in.
WIDTH 32.9 in.
HEIGHT 44.1 in.
WHEELBASE 54.1 in.
ROAD CLEARANCE 9.1 in.
WEIGHT (kg) 134 kg
SEAT HEIGHT 33.3 in.
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

80.7 in.

WIDTH

32.9 in.

HEIGHT

44.1 in.

WHEELBASE

54.1 in.

ROAD CLEARANCE

9.1 in.

WEIGHT (kg)

134 kg

SEAT HEIGHT

33.3 in.

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL 110/70-17
REAR WHEEL 120/70-17
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

110/70-17

REAR WHEEL

120/70-17

INSTRUMENTATION

Digital Tachometer Yes
Gear Position Indicator Yes
Digital Speedometer Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Meter Yes
ABS Light Yes
Indicator Lights Yes
Traction Control Light Yes
INSTRUMENTATION
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Digital Tachometer

Yes

Gear Position Indicator

Yes

Digital Speedometer

Yes

Odometer

Yes

Trip Meter

Yes

ABS Light

Yes

Indicator Lights

Yes

Traction Control Light

Yes

Build

Frame High-tensile steel, box-section perimeter
Front Suspension 37mm telescopic fork/8.0 in
Rear Suspension Uni-Trak linkage system and single shock with adjustable spring preload/8.6 in
Front Brake Single 300mm petal disc with a dual-piston caliper (and ABS)
Rear Brake Single 220mm petal disc with single-piston caliper (and ABS)
Headlights LED
Build
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Frame

High-tensile steel, box-section perimeter

Front Suspension

37mm telescopic fork/8.0 in

Rear Suspension

Uni-Trak linkage system and single shock with adjustable spring preload/8.6 in

Front Brake

Single 300mm petal disc with a dual-piston caliper (and ABS)

Rear Brake

Single 220mm petal disc with single-piston caliper (and ABS)

Headlights

LED

Power

Engine 233cc, 4-stroke single, SOHC, air-cooled
Bore x Stroke 67.0 x 66.0mm
Compression Ratio 9.4:1
Fuel System DFI with 32mm Keihin throttle body
Ignition TCBI Electronic Advance
Transmission 6-speed, return shift
Clutch Wet multi-disc manual clutch
Final Drive Chain
Power
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Engine

233cc, 4-stroke single, SOHC, air-cooled

Bore x Stroke

67.0 x 66.0mm

Compression Ratio

9.4:1

Fuel System

DFI with 32mm Keihin throttle body

Ignition

TCBI Electronic Advance

Transmission

6-speed, return shift

Clutch

Wet multi-disc manual clutch

Final Drive

Chain

Safety

Clutch Assist Yes
Slipper Clutch Yes
ABS Yes
Traction Control Yes
Safety
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Clutch Assist

Yes

Slipper Clutch

Yes

ABS

Yes

Traction Control

Yes

Model

Make Kawasaki
Model Supermoto
Variant / Trim KLX 230SM
Year 2023
Model
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Make

Kawasaki

Model

Supermoto

Variant / Trim

KLX 230SM

Year

2023

DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki Supermoto KLX 230SM 2023  with two 17-inch rims instead of the conventional dual sport version's 21-18 set, this is a supermoto variant. A new front fender that matches the wheel has been added, and the front suspension has been altered to a USD fork setup.

The front 300 mm disc will provide the bike with powerful stopping power, exactly what you want when riding around the city. Even so, it retains the six-speed transmission and 233 cc air-cooled engine that Kawasaki first put on the bike for street and trails. 

The KLX230SM has larger brakes than its predecessor and rides on 17-inch spoked wheels covered in 110/70 and 120/70 road tyres. The Kawasaki 230 has bigger rims, measuring 3.50 inches in back and 3.00 inches up front, compared to the 150 cc options.

That's a dual-piston front calliper and a single-piston unit with a 300 mm front and 220 mm rear. As a result, Kawasaki promises reduced braking dive on the forks, and the rear will undoubtedly be livelier as well.

On the performance front, with the ECU settings increasing the lower rapid idle during warm-up and changing the settings for higher altitudes. The volume is 233 cc, and the compression ratio is a low 9.4:1. A wet multi-disc clutch is mated with a six-speed gearbox. According to Kawasaki, the fuel injection pattern has also been modified for cooler weather to provide greater throttle response.


 

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