Question about 2007 kawasaki KLX 250
Yes. This is completely normal. On two stroke engines they need to run at high rpm's to keep the plug clean. When you ride around without going up on the power band then it gets way too much fuel. And with oil mixed in with the fuel then it will foul plugs. It won't hurt anything internally. You will just have to continue changing the spark plugs.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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