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Kawasaki YOUTH KFX 50 2023

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$ 2,299 | £ 1,956
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki YOUTH KFX 50 2023 a 49.5cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine powers the KFX50. A final chain drive is powered by the CVT transmission, which is also belt-driven.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 55.1 in
WIDTH 34.1 in.
HEIGHT 34.8 in
WHEELBASE 38.0 in
WEIGHT (kg) 113 kg
SEAT HEIGHT 25.0 in
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

55.1 in

WIDTH

34.1 in.

HEIGHT

34.8 in

WHEELBASE

38.0 in

WEIGHT (kg)

113 kg

SEAT HEIGHT

25.0 in

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL AT 16 x 8-7 tubeless
REAR WHEEL AT 16 x 8-7 tubeless
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

AT 16 x 8-7 tubeless

REAR WHEEL

AT 16 x 8-7 tubeless

Build

Frame Double cradle, steel
Front Suspension Single A-arm/2.8 in
Rear Suspension Swingarm/2.9 in
Front Brake Dual mechanical drums
Rear Brake Hydraulic disc
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Frame

Double cradle, steel

Front Suspension

Single A-arm/2.8 in

Rear Suspension

Swingarm/2.9 in

Front Brake

Dual mechanical drums

Rear Brake

Hydraulic disc

Power

Engine 49.5cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single
Bore x Stroke 39 x 41.4mm
Compression Ratio 10.8:1
Fuel System Keihin PTE 16
Ignition Solid state CDI
Starting Electric with back-up kick-starter
Transmission Automatic CVT
Final Drive 2WD, Chain
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Engine

49.5cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single

Bore x Stroke

39 x 41.4mm

Compression Ratio

10.8:1

Fuel System

Keihin PTE 16

Ignition

Solid state CDI

Starting

Electric with back-up kick-starter

Transmission

Automatic CVT

Final Drive

2WD, Chain

Model

Make Kawasaki
Model Youth
Variant / Trim KFX 50
Year 2023
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Make

Kawasaki

Model

Youth

Variant / Trim

KFX 50

Year

2023

DESCRIPTION

Kawasaki YOUTH KFX 50 2023 receives a sleek new cowl hood design, which isn't always functional but does distribute a little more air across the air-cooled engine and through the chassis. The redesigned hood has plenty of room to install number decals for the most recent motocross competitors. The racer style is finished with a handlebar pad bearing the Kawasaki logo. 

Although the footwells are made of plastic, there is a lot of steel tubing underneath to protect the legs and feet. In true sport quad fashion, the rear sprocket and rear disc brake are shielded by a composite skid plate. The tread is sufficiently aggressive to provide plenty of uphill bite, but not too harsh to put children at risk of injury. All four tyres and rims are the same size. 

The KFX50 was designed with beginner and young riders (6 and above) in mind. Therefore, the KFX50's most crucial standard features give parents some safety controls as their kids begin to ride. A throttle limiter screw is included with the thumb throttle to allow for fine-tuning of acceleration and speed.

When the limiter is completely turned out, the KFX50 can travel at a top speed of approximately 15 mph. By tightening the locknut that is provided and rotating the throttle limitation screw, speed can be reduced to a crawl.  There is no neutral or reverse on the single-speed transmission; it can only go forward. Electric start is standard, and the forthcoming ride section will examine some cold-starting concerns with prior KFX50 versions. 

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