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2015 Kawasaki KX450F & KX250F Photo Gallery

See photos of the Kawasaki's updated KX450F and KX250F motocross models in the 2015 Kawasaki KX450F & KX250F photo gallery.

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For 2015 Kawasaki updates its KX450F with a new air-fork from Showa.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX450F's SFF-Air TAC fork (Separate Function Fork - Triple Air Chamber) is claimed to be derived directly from Villopoto’s factory race bike.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX450F sources a lighter subframe, which it shares with the KX250F
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Kawasaki also promises 'stronger mid-range hit as well as a stronger feeling at high RPM' from its revised ECU settings and new piston for the KX450F's 449cc Single.
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The Showa SFF-TAC fork offers 22-position adjustment for compression and 20-position for rebound damping.
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Another update for the 2015 KX450F is a larger diameter front brake rotor, growing from 250mm to 270. The front disc in pinched by a twin-piston caliper.
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Kawasaki touts the 2015 KX450F's ECU is programmable, with custom engine maps available along with the three selectable maps (Standard, Hard and Soft).
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The new Bridged Box piston, which Kawasaki claims is 'pulled straight from the factory racer team,' bumps compression ratio up from 12.5:1 to 12.8:1.
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The KX450F does make use of a revised Bridged Box piston design, which makes use of reinforced external ribs and shorter skirts, with the 2014 and 2015 pistons shown here side-by-side.
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Cross section of the Kawasaki KX450F's SFF-TAC fork.
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ECU settings for the 2015 Kawasaki KX450F have been altered to increase traction.
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Kawasaki’s KX450F is no stranger to success on the race-track, thanks to reigning Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto. The 2015 Kawasaki KX450F claims updates developed directly from RV1's factory race bike.
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Price is still to be determined on the updated KX450F - 2015 Kawasaki KX450F
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2015 Kawasaki KX250F
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Like its bigger 450 sibling, Kawasaki’s quarter-liter motocross mount also gets significant revisions for the 2015 model year.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX250F styling updates mirror the 450, with the silver forks the most prominent alteration. Kawasaki also touts subtler cues like green anodized suspension clickers, oil cap and generator cover plugs.
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The 2015 KX250F employs a heavier magneto rotor, with greater inertia to match claims of increased acceleration.
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In ergonomics the 2015 KX250F offers two-position adjustable footpeg brackets, which offer a 5mm lower position.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX250F's dual injection system includes an upstream and downstream injector, with the latter’s droplet size reduced slightly for 2015. Team Green’s PR promises the downstream injector revisions contribute to increased power in the low to mid-range, as well as improved response and acceleration performance gains.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX250F features a four-position upper triple clamp and two sets of handlebar mounts, allowing riders a greater range of adjustment.
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Kawasaki credits new fuel injectors and revised ECU settings for the acceleration boost claimed by the 2015 Kawasaki KX250F.
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Kawasaki also carries over the Launch Control system, which debuted on the 2014 model, into for the 2015 Kawasaki KX250F.
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The KX250 also shares the lighter subframe and axles found on its 450 sibling.
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The 2015 Kawasaki KX250F's 249cc liquid-cooled Single receives the Bridged Box piston.
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The Showa Separate Function Fork (SFF) returns with revised valve settings on the 2015 Kawasaki KX250F.
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Braking changes for the 2015 Kawasaki KX250F are identical to the 450, with a 30mm larger diameter 270mm front braking rotor.
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The suspension changes incorporated by the 2015 KX250F aim to improve damping for high-speed stability.
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The KX250F features three engine maps (Standard, Hard and Soft) via DFI coupler cap. The ECU is fully programmable as well.
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The 2015 KX250F pricing is still to be determined.
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