With its new dual fuel injectors (DFI), Separate Function Fork (SFF) and awesome factory styling, Kawasaki’s 2012 KX250F has taken top honours in ADB’s annual 250 shootout for the 3rd time in 4 years.


Here’s what the magazine and tester’s had to say about the 2012 Kawasaki KX250F:

“A motocross race always begins with a long drag race down the start straight and into the first turn. The Kawasaki KX250F’s power is going to put you there first with its dual fuel-injectors and then keep you there with its sharp handling Separate Function Fork.”

“This thing looks really mean!”

Luke George – “The KX250F has the same feel to the one I won the Championship on. It handles the same, but the dual injection has given it that little bit more. It has the strongest top-end of the bunch and for fast motocross tracks it’s the one I would be on.”

“The biggest standout on the Kawasaki is the amount of power it makes – it is definitely the most powerful bike in the line-up.”

“Some testers had to double-check they weren’t on a two-stroke, such is the ferocious top-end the second injector gives the Kawi.”

“The ease of tune-ability with the SFF front-end is great.”

“The 2009 and 2010 250 MX Shootout Champion is back on top in 2012.”


See the April 2012 issue of Australasian Dirt Bike Magazine for the full shoot-out results.


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