The new KX450F will unleash your potential with our strongest engine and chassis package ever. At its KX core, a simple philosophy - more power with more control… and yet more podiums! Adjustable ergonomic fit, ultra-slim chassis plus suspension and engine upgrades deliver both the Power and the Glory.
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Bike: Kawasaki KX450F
Bike: Kawasaki KX450F
HP REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE
|Total Amount of Credit||£4,439.40|
|Duration of Agreement||24 Months|
|Total Amount Payable||£7,399|
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Figures correct at time of print but subject to change. All finance is subject to status and is only available to applicants aged 18 and over. Finance provided by Black Horse Finance, St William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff, CF10 5BH or MotoNovo Finance, One Central Square, Cardiff, CF10 1FS. Please speak to us for full scheme and qualifying model details.
The new engine boasts an increase in peak power of approximately 2.5 kW (3.4 PS), while a flatter torque curve makes it easier to get on the gas. Finger-follower valve actuation enables larger-diameter valves and more aggressive cams. Downdraft-style intake and reduced friction loss further contribute to the power gains.
Kawasaki’s first electric start on a motocrosser makes restarting the engine as easy as pushing a button.
Kawasaki’s first hydraulic clutch on a motocrosser offers more direct feel and lighter lever action. Less play as the clutch heats up during heavy use results in more consistent feeling.
An evolution of the current design, the new frame features revised rigidity and includes the engine as a stressed member. A new swingarm also contributes to the revised rigidity balance and increased rear traction.
While the electric start and coil-spring fork add weight, the weight gain is kept to a minimum. The result is a low overall weight of only 110.0 kg – a gain of only 1.3 kg.
Increased front and rear traction ensure the bike can put power to the ground and get around corners quickly. A larger-diameter front axle helps at the front, while revised rear suspension layout and new linkage ratios benefit the rear.
Handling suspension duties up front is a new high-performance φ49 mm inverted coil-spring fork. The large diameter inner tubes (the same size as on our factory racers) enables the use of large damping pistons, delivering smooth action and firm damping.
A larger-diameter φ 250 mm rear disc complements the oversized φ270 mm front disc, delivering stronger stopping power. A new front brake master cylinder offers better initial control, while contributing to overall braking performance.
Long, smooth surfaces make it easy to slide back and forth. The tank is lower and flatter, making it easier to sit farther forward. Slimmer shrouds are easier to hold on to. Even the engine covers are smooth so that they do not impede rider movement.
Works-base bridged-box bottom piston is just one of many features inspired by our factory racers.
Factory-style launch control system increases the chance of getting a good start by helping riders maximise traction when starting on a slippery surface.
Using the provided DFI couplers, riders can quickly and easily access their choice of three maps (standard, hard, soft) provided in the ECU.
A portable handheld calibration tool, enables riders to make changes to engine maps by plugging into the ECU without needing a PC or battery. Comes equipped with seven pre-set map settings.
A choice of four handlebar positions and two footpeg positions allows riders to tailor their riding position to suit body size and preference.