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opinion on kawasaki kfx450

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I posted a previous thread about looking for a new quad and was debating between a trx400 or a z400. Now im really interested in the kfx450.

Im a chick rider who currently has a Yamaha 350 Warrior. I ride a lot of trail and some sand. Not really any track (not to say that I wouldn't tho) i love to drift and have fun. any suggestions????

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I think the KFX would be a great choice for a trail rider. I was going to buy one, but I got a better deal on my LTR. I wanted the Kawi because it has reverse, the LTR does not. The KFX 450 is a great bike IMO, I would pick it over the 400 EX or the LTZ 400 any day.

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My Buddy has one.....Bought it last June....He loves it!! Has Plenty of Power in the dunes.....I think it would be a Decent Choice/////

Where in CA are you????

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Moved to Kawasaki Forum.

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Did you end up getting any of these?

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I have a 2008 KFX450R and love it I use it for about every type of riding there is and it has been great the reverse option is very nice for those times you get in a tight spot on a trail, I would defintly choose the kfx450 over the 400ex or Z400.

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