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KAWASAKI KFX500 TWO-STROKE

 
(3/17/2014)

Dirt Wheels readers build the best project quads. Take for example Martin Gomez down in Miami, Florida. His old Suzuki Quadracer 250 was a good machine, but he wanted something a little faster. No problem for Martin. He simply took the engine out of a KX500 dirt bike and made it fit into the Quadracer's chassis. There's nothing as brutally explosive as a big 500 two-stroke. We totally understand why so many of these engines wind up in quads.

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