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Kawasaki KH 250

 

 

 

 

Make Model

Kawasaki KH250 B3

Year

1978

Engine

Air cooled, two stroke, transverse three cylinder,

Capacity

249
Bore x Stroke 45 х 52.3 mm
Compression Ratio 7.5:1

Induction

3x Mikuni VM22SC, Ø 22 mm carbs

Ignition  /  Starting

Max Power

28 hp @7500 rpm

Max Torque

2.7 kgf-m @ 7000 rpm

Transmission  /  Drive

5 Speed  /  chain

Front Suspension

Telescopic hydraulic forks

Rear Suspension

Dual shocks, swingarm

Front Brakes

Single 250mm disc

Rear Brakes

180mm Drum

Front Tyre

3.25-18

Rear Tyre

3.50-18

Dry-Weight

160 kg

Fuel Capacity 

14 Litres

Consumption  average

43 mp/g

Standing ¼ Mile  

15.8 sec

Top Speed

90 mp/h

 

 

In 1976, 250 KH B1 replaces the 250 S1 victim of the oil crisis. The base engine remains the same (3-cylinder 2-stroke), but the power is reduced to 26 hp passage. The power loss was primarily due to the introduction of exhaust systems less free and the setting of fuel.

In part against the machine adopts drein front disc.

The machine is changing every year, but only an aesthetic point of view:

in 1977, B2

in 1978, B3.

in 1979, B4

in 1980, B5.

1980 marks the end of the international career of this small 3-cylinder 2 stroke.

 

 

 

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