2005 Kawasaki KX250 Gorr 295

over 2 years ago
2005 Kawasaki KX250 Gorr 295
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Bay Area Riders Forum
Northern Nevada

I hate when people make ads for bikes that aren't theirs. (Is it against the rules yet?) That said, here's my ad for a bike that's not mine! PM me and I'll put you in touch with the owner.
2005 Kawasaki KX250
Eric Gorr 295 big bore with Mo Betta (all around) porting
Rekluse auto clutch
FMF pipe and silencer
aftermarket radiators
side stand
black powder coated frame
black powder coated rims
blue powder coated hubs
ProTaper bars
mount for Scotts damper
Clarke ~3.0 gallon fuel tank
skid plate
hour meter
braided brake line
aftermarket seat
non-stock Keihin carb?
multiple air filters
heavy duty tubes (not verified)
Non-o-ring chain is at the end of its life but sprockets look good. Rear tire is at the end of its life.
Subframe was bent and airbox was damaged by previous owner. Filters still seal, but subframe looks slightly askew when viewed from rear.
Compression tested when purchased from previous owner at 150 psi at 4,700 ft. It hasn't had many hours since, all easy, and the kick starter is still firm. I can do a compression test at my 5,100 ft if you are a serious buyer.
Rekluse EXP auto clutch is pretty awesome but gave the owner some problems that took me a while to fix. It finally required a new clutch cable to get it back to perfect working order. In the meantime. all the clutch plates measured out at the high end of thickness.
PO used Motul 800, current owner uses Motul 610. This bike spews so much from its powervalve vent hose I installed a catch can.
PO was a long-time enthusiast trail rider/racer (did not race this bike).
It feels like it has springs for a heavier/faster rider.
The engine is smooth and torquey and the auto-clutch makes it even easier to use.