MOST POWERFUL 4-STROKE KX250 TO DATE
The KX design philosophy – to put mid-level to expert riders on the top step of the podium – has not changed since the brand was launched over 40 years ago. Designed to continue its history of winning – in the extremely competitive 4-stroke 250cc class Kawasaki race machines have the most AMA Supercross and Motocross titles – the 2020 model KX250 features a new engine with increased power, an even more potent high-rpm range, and a higher rev limit. Complemented by a lightweight, well-balanced chassis with a new fork and stronger brakes, this performance advantage translates to quicker lap times, making it the quickest KX250 to date.
KEY FEATURES OF THE 2020 KX250
- Increase in Peak Power making for stronger high-rpm range
- Wider bore, larger intake and exhuast valves can be used, enabling greater flow for increased performance
- Finger-Follower Valve Actuation
- Slim Alumimium Perimeter Frame
- Stronger, large diameter 250mm rear disc brakes
- Uni-Trak rear suspension with revised settings
- Next-level Power, Torque and Performance
FACTORY-STYLE ENGINE COMPONENTS AND TUNING
Highly acclaimed for its high output and smooth power delivery, the 2020 KX250’s new engine features even stronger high-rpm focused performance and increased power. New bore and stroke offer the space for larger intake and exhaust valves, while finger-follower valve actuation like the KX450 enables a higher rev limit and more aggressive cams. Dual injectors, downdraft-style intake, and race-inspired tuning and parts add to performance.
MORE-RACE-WINNING HIGH-RPM POWER
The new engine boasts an increase in peak power of approximately 2.4 kW (3.3 PS), and performance focused on the high-rpm range. The stronger high-rpm performance, easily noticeable from 10,000 min-1, gives riders an advantage on the straights, and, when combined with a higher rev limit, makes it easier to tie corners together for quicker lap times.
REVISED BORE AND STROKE
The new engine features a short-stroke configuration, with bore and stroke measuring 78.0 x 52.2 mm. Thanks to the wider bore, larger intake and exhaust valves can be used, enabling greater flow for increased high-rpm performance. Likewise, the shorter stroke lends itself to the high-rpm focused engine character.
FINGER-FOLLOWER VALVE ACTUATION
Like the KX450, the KX250 features a valve train designed by Kawasaki’s World Superbike engineers. Finger-follower valve actuation enables a higher rev limit (increased 500 min-1), and more aggressive cams for harder-hitting power.
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