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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no buddy this is just a decal i would go on ebay to purchase the seals alot cheaper than from manufactures make sure you get the dust seals and oil seals
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
There is reputed and there is actual horsepower!
A reputed 52.5 Hp for the 1990 is not right.
A reputed 57.5 Hp for the 2007 maybe right...at the crank.
You lose 8%-10% at the wheel, 5% more with an O-ring chain.
Standard KX250 would be around 42-45 Hp in peak condition. Intake mods, jets, expansion chamber and some porting changes may give you more but it's give and take...you will lose bottom or mid-range and tractibility will go out the window with a very peaky motor. Computer search KX250 forums and canvas the responses and also look for generic KX250 link's.
Posted on May 20, 2010
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