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2012 Kawasaki KX450F First Look Photo Gallery
Paint will wear first on the raised insignia, hopefully creating somewhat of an interesting look rather than seeming tattered.
Take a peek at Kawasaki's revised flagship motocross bike, the 2012 KX450F, to see why it might be right for you.
This is one of three DFI couplers that change ignition settings.
DLC coating on the lower fork legs helps protect from damage and prevent stiction.
Kawasaki thinned the chassis by 4mm between the main aluminum spars.
Two footpeg placement options give the KX450F more adjustability for rider size and preference.
The front brake rotor is now fixed.
Kawasaki gave the KX450F Launch Control Mode and multiple ignition map options without having to use the calibration kit.
New graphics and seat give the Kawasaki a fresh look.
The 2012 Kawasaki KX450F is eligible for Kawasaki contingency.
A tapered muffler looks like the old Kawasaki two-stroke endcaps.
Kawasaki uses a slimmer front tire for 2012.
With more adjustments to the rider cockpit, the KX450F will suit a wide variety of body types and riding styles.
The linkage tie-rod is less rigid and Kawasaki offers a shorter option to lower the seat height.
The handlebars have two mounting holes in the top triple clamp.
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