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  1. Need some advise pls. Couldn't get the quad to start put a new cdi on it fired right up rode for about a week, now it starts just fine but will only idle for a few minutes then die, but will fire right back up...now it's running a little rough I rode it for about an hour and it started missing out when I even touched the throttle. I cleaned the carbs and cleaned the plug rechared the k&n air filter, still fired right up but same thing, it won't stay idleing and misses out and wants to die when I give it gas. It seems like it's getting too much gas or not enough not sure, or possibly a vacuum issue. Any suggestions
  2. Ive got a 2004 KFX700 im wanting to part out, its already missing a few things that have been used on a friends kfx. The wheels and tires pictured are gone. Currently it is missing plastics, ignition switch/key, headlights, wheels and tires. The engine is in good shape but it does need intake valves. Engine ran great before it needed a valve adjustment. The intake valves cannot be adjusted. It does have a TwoBrother M7 2 into 1 exhaust which is in great shape, used but in great shape. The nerf bars are in pretty good shape as well, they are DG nerf bars. (if i remember correctly) Please let me know if there is a specific part you are in need of. Im located in Champaign Illinois Thanks -Sean
  3. I only started riding a few months ago. I'm very late to the game and have almost no experience riding, besides growing up on utility quads that I never had to work on and never left the ground with. I also have almost zero mechanical knowledge. But I'm willing to learn and my google-fu is strong. I also have a buddy that's willing to help me out with installation of new gear (even though he's just learning himself). After nearly two decades from the last time I rode, I decided to pick up a couple quads for the family. I wanted a sport quad for myself, so I got the KFX 450. I took it on a few trail rides before I got the balls to take it out to the motocross track. Out there, though, I'm finding that stock just isn't enough. Well, it's not completely stock. It has a steering stabilizer on it (whatever that does), and a few other small, non-performance based aftermarket parts. Oh, and I'm also running a 37 tooth rear sprocket. But it just doesn't seem to have enough power to hit the ramps at nearly the speeds that others are hitting them. Especially when I'm coming out of a turn followed shortly by another jump (admittedly, though, I'm sure some of that has to do with me being a bit of a sissy out there. This track is pretty scary. I don't have any small practice tracks near me, so I have no choice but do ride the big boy track). I guess what I'm looking for is this: The bike has a high top-end speed (like 75). I don't care about top speed. I rarely, if ever, need to break 45. I need a way to get the bike going much faster off the starting line. I'm extremely willing to put in the research and the work, I just need a good starting point from people that are much more experienced than I in these matters. I have money to spend, but not much at this very moment (I just dropped $1,500 on a new PC). Right now, I could probably drop $200-$300. If need be, I could probably afford $400-$500 a month in parts. I'm not saying I want to do that, but if I needed to save a bit to get parts, it's doable. I'm just trying to let you know my budget. What I'm looking for are suggestions on parts to get this bike faster off the line. Remember, I don't know anything about engines, so I apologize for the fact that you'll have to talk to me like a child. To be honest, I usually blindly follow knowledgeable forum users in these situations, but I'm very rarely let down. If I can find some suggestions on parts, I can buy them and work out the details later, the same as I do for many other things. I appreciate any advice you guys are willing to give. Thanks.
  4. hi folks I am new to quad crazy and I would just like to tell you I have started a group up called Kawasaki boys feel free to join i am hoping the group turns out good thanks have a good day view my pics in the gallery under racing.
  5. I just sold my DS650. Im looking to get a KFX450, can anyone give me some good info on them. Any years to stay away from? Best year? Is there alot of mods? All input is good Thanks:wink:
  6. I'm brand new to riding. Also brand new to fixing and/or maintaining a vehicle. I picked up a 2008 KFX a couple months ago and just realized that a wire was hanging. After downloading the owner's manual, I think I may have narrowed it down to the "Inlet Air Temperature Sensor". It fits in a slot underneath the seat, in the air filter housing. I'm not sure how long it's been unplugged and, honestly, I have no idea what it does. How important is this piece? I'm going to the track this weekend. I'm not even sure how to reattach it. Any help is greatly appreciated. Videos here: [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvoRJexYDYc[/ame] [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRLYFFfu-Mw[/ame]
  7. Hello I just bought a new KFX 450R 2009 and have been looking for a exhaust for it I am looking at the Lexx Exhaust it is just a slip on but the stock head pipe is pretty good so I think that's all I need. Anyone have any input on the Lexx or any exhaust for the KFX?
  8. Hello all, anybody know the torque spec. when installing the primary clutch? Thanks, Al
  9. Hi I have a KFX450R 2008 model it has been great but I was riding the other day and I let off the throttle and it just died so I tried to start it back up and it would not start unless I gave it a little throttle and then would die again if I let completely off the throttle?? as soon as the machine cooled it will start fine without any throttle?? Keep in mind this is fuel injected so you shouldn't have to give it any throttle any help would be appreciated thanks.
  10. Anyone have any suggestions on gearing for the KFX450R it has plenty of low end right now I would like to get a little more out of the top end but don't want to loose to much of the low end either any help or anyone set there's up?????
  11. Just bought a 2003 kfx 400 no book came with it .So how do you tighten the chain? thanks
  12. Have a 2003 kfx 400 decided to go for a ride and after 10 minutes it started to bog down after giving it gas.It starts right up and idles like it was new.It bogs down after reving it up will run all day at idle.The only warning i got was it did backfire a few weeks back and conked out drove it back to the garage and parked it.What could this possible be.Spark plug? Cloged carb? or electronics. Could use some help .
  13. Do yall think paying alot of money for a 455 big bore kit is worth it?
  14. Its a 2004 KFX 400 with a yoshimira exhaust, razr 2 tires all the way around, jetted i can take more pictures if u want more just ask askin $3500 call or e-mail me at 501-593-3937 or [email protected]
  15. Im loking to build up my 2 main machines over the winter and will be looking for bolt on parts for the machines in the title. Luke
  16. Bought it new from our dealership. Has been well taken care of. Serviced every 20 hrs. Has full dual HMF Chrome Black exhaust, K&N airfilter, custom advanced timing, ITP Baja rims mounted on original tires, DG front race bumper with number plate, Tether kill switch, new stock green kawasaki plastics. Comes with extra rear ITP Baja rims mounted on ITP 589 25inch mud tires. Has extra rims, and all original parts. $3700 obo.
  17. I am in desperate need to change my rear gear oil on my KFX 700. Any pointers on which oil to buy. The guys at Kawasaki say I can only use theirs. True or not???
  18. Straight from Kawasaki: Early Release 2008 model- arriving in dealerships early 2007 NEW 2008 KFX®450R INTRODUCES ATV COMMUNITY TO KAWASAKI RACING TECHNOLOGY Motocross performance based on the World Champion KX™450F Take the short cut to the circuit with the all-new Kawasaki KFX®450R ATV. This high performance machine doesn’t require extensive and expensive modifications to make it race-ready, because it already includes all the race-winning performance and technology required for success straight out of the crate. The KFX450R’s design incorporates everything riders need to win races. Every component was chosen to maximize performance on the track or in the woods and to minimize the fuss of getting there. This highly advanced racing ATV comes with all the performance and technology necessary to put riders at the head of the pack. The KFX450R ATV uses a powerplant based on Kawasaki’s highly acclaimed KX™450F motocross engine. With the addition of an efficient and highly-responsive 32-bit digital fuel injection system, the KFX450R’s engine produces more torque in the low and medium rpm ranges for outstanding hole-shot acceleration. The use of fuel injection helps ensure that the engine’s performance remains consistent and is virtually unaffected by changes in temperature or altitude. This ATV’s ability to find traction is superb, and its four-stroke torque helps keep the wheels hooked-up for improved handling and higher corner speeds. Other race-ready features include a lightweight titanium exhaust header pipe and a durable forged piston. Winning at the track depends on a chassis that’s built to handle tough race conditions. The KFX450R offers the full benefits of an all-aluminium frame, combining exceptionally light weight with the extreme stiffness needed to win races. However, it isn’t just advanced materials that give the KFX450R its race-winning edge. The front suspension design incorporates extremely long lower A-arms mounted to a single box-section lower frame tube. This results in outstanding response from the front-end. At the rear is a cast aluminium swingarm that provides the ideal balance of flexibility and rigidity resulting in unparalleled traction. The high-tech chassis also features a very low center of gravity and excellent roll resistance. Regardless of changing conditions or rough track surfaces, this race-oriented chassis makes the KFX450R a potent weapon in the battle for ATV supremacy. Competition-oriented equipment, including the only reverse gear in its class, helps keep the KFX fast and reliable. Previously unheard of in racing, the KFX 450R’s lightweight reverse system lets riders quickly extricate themselves from first turn chaos or dead-end trails. This important feature means on-track incidents (like getting nosed-into a wall) no longer result in an early retirement from the race. Kawasaki has also made the KFX450R easy to work on, so riders can concentrate on winning instead of wrenching. The two-piece front and rear “lapped” fenders make it possible to replace sections separately if they get damaged. Even the headlight assembly is quickly detachable for closed-course races, and the compact design means that the ATV looks just as aggressive with or without headlights. These features leave little doubt that the new KFX450R was designed to get its rider on the racetrack and winning races as quickly as possible.

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