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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-29-2003, 10:30 PM
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Bought my daughter the Kawasaki KFX 50..it rocks!!

After much shopping the last week and looking at ALOT of the smaller named bikes I decided on the KFX 50. It doesn't have all those little cool gagets and electric start, but I felt it fit her the best (size wise)and it was more solid/quality looking/feeling than the rest.

FIRST RIDE: I took her out to a sand pit and that thing is fast...the dealer had already removed the exhaust restricter so I had to turn the throttle so it barely opens...and its still to fast (to me). I have to stay on her to keep it slow til she gets the riding techniques down. As for me, I think its really cool to ride with your little one beside you.

Is there any tips for care or things to look out for...I didn't get the extended warantee so I betting on the quality of the Suzuki/Kaw engineers! I did get 2 spare spark plugs too.

I'd definitely recommend this atv to others...hopefully this will be a good investment for the family. I know my daughter loves it, and will want to ride it all-the-time!

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2003, 08:42 AM
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Re: Bought my daughter the Kawasaki KFX 50..it rocks!!

Congratulations!

Welcome to the world of mini ATV's. You'll be soon addicted [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

Buy good synthetic two-stroke injector oil. It lasts a long time. The money (and time) you save on not doing oil/oil filter changes on a two-stroke, makes it worth it to buy high quality injector oil. Keep an eye on all nuts and bolts. Use loctite in areas that may vibrate loose. Keep the air filter clean (very important on a two stroke).

Enjoy riding, and please (if you havn't done so already), get all the riding safety gear.

Helmet, goggles, gloves, chest protector, boots, neck collar, kidney belt and elbow pads.

If you need help getting any of this, let me know.

Good luck,
Tony P.
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