Broseph Stalin: How well does the CRF or KLX ride at highway speeds? Could I take either of
these bikes on the freeway no problem?
Morten Christensen: Soo why is it that my klx 250 ....2012 have fuel injektion ?? when this one
does not?? It even says on kawasakis home page that it has fuel injektion.
David Outlaw: So are any of these automatic? I'm new to this
GisaK Oner: so which is better?
jack schitt: Kawi should put FI and match Honda price they got a winner
Limoman7: Looking to buy a 250 dual sport this year.
Too bad Kawasaki does not offer FI
Marcelo Schenatti: la klx 250s es la mejor del mundo
Gashaw Arega: gasharegat@ yahoo.com
GucciGerman: Honda 250... Is beautiful! I'm looking for my first bike. Never ridden one
before. I have lots of biking and skating experience. I'm 5'11, will the
Honda be hard to stand with at a stop light for me? I'm mostly going to be
riding to school and around town. But the dual sport is appealing since I
won't want to kill myself if I drop it hahah. Good bike for a beginner?
Thanks anyone who helps out!
turbo311: I wonder if the CRF will get upgraded to a 300cc when the CBR300R arrives
since they share an engine, or will it stay a 250? It would benefit from
the extra torque I'm sure.
Gashaw Arega: we need to buy 20 FCL and distribute z one wiz automatic transmission. Pls
send me your e-mail asap.
jophet sean amorte: crfl is fuel injection nice for gas saver,but klx is has a speed....but
your gas is just a mouthwash...
mistermodified1: Throttle response trouble with newer carburated stuff isn't because carbs
are bad. It's because the stupid emissions laws force manufacturers to run
carburated engines super lean to meet the standards. 2009 yamaha xt250 I
have needs to warm up with partial choke for a hundred years even on warmer
days. In the winter at 20 degrees, you can crank it and crank it with full
choke and it won't even fire. Simple answer I think is to just jet it a bit
richer. Fuel injection is nice till you have the bike a few years and
something gets messed up and you can't work on it yourself.
David santos sweden: Kawasaki is very nice bike
autocrow: We want a dirt bike that is street legal. ANY bike will work on the street,
NOT any bike will work in the dirt. These are "compromised". When will they
give us what we really want? A serious dirt bike with a friggin' license
MrManslaghuter: dont forget the honda 5 spd transmission vs the kawi 6 spd transmission.
Zin Bo Aung: Kawasaki good
David santos sweden: Kawasaki is very nice bike
Pikwhip: Would love to see this comparison again with the KLX offering EFI this
PeteyK473: No neither are auto,and the Honda started unlike the Kawi.Forget big bore
kits only an idiot would take apart a new engine.A Bigger bike to consider
would be the Suzuki Drz 400.Don't forget these are only quarter litre
bikes.They will scream when on anything with speeds in excess of 100km/h.
Kevin J: Nonadjustable suspension, the winner can only be the KLX
TS50ER: If anything that Honda should be called an 'XL', the CR badge conjures up
images of rip-snorting world-class dirt machines, and I feel this bike
sallies the lineage in some ways.
As for the KLX, they need a bit of work to get the best out of: aftermarket
pipe, racing carb, and 300cc hop up kit will transform it.
The CRs are manufactured in Thailand, hence the cheaper pricing. The good
news is that there are plenty around now in S.E Asia, which sure beats
riding scooters when on holiday.:)
Zin Bo Aung: Kawasaki good
Jason Melo: The seat hight on these bikes are too high
gartsful: They have no idea what they are talking about, they don't even know proper
off road riding positions. To say the bikes are built with light trails,
tells me they are RTF. They just repeat the specifications of the bike,
but don't really put the bikes to the test, totally JUNK reniew!
guy proulx: the fit and finish of honda is way better than kawasaki and the honda
reliability is far greater also, fuel economy is also better with honda,
therefore honda is a better buy all around, the honda is cheaper to buy, go
Abbas ERDOĞAN: Bence bu segmentte WR 250 YAMAHA
William Burns III: How short are those little men?
frankenz26: Crf engine is from cbr..
Thomas Duhig: Fuel injected honda? Im sold
Mark Hoagland: lol!!! "It was a finicky little bitch today, wasn't it?"
Ricky Beck: Like Old School Kawasaki
ZotoMoto13: If you're serious about getting a 250 dual sport, its a better idea to buy
a Yamaha wr250r ( of course if your budget allows). the Yamaha has a newer
better engine which gives much better performance. But then again the
Kawasaki and Honda are both great bikes.
Sir Fedswith: If you are going off road, get the lightest bike you can, tires and
fueling(jetting) can always be changed, but a heavy bike ain't going to get
much lighter, heavier is NOT what you want to be picking up or trying to
muscle around when you should be having fun off road... get the lighter
nVuS bloodrage: with the handa can u change out the rear shock and swap it for a adjustable
shock? i kinda want to know i have like 250 lbs and i just kinda wondering
wat kind of a ride will it give me and wat other bikes should i look at i
want a duel sport but i kinda new at well riding so just want a good bang
for my buck i want one that has power and get up and go but not to much
that will throw me off the bike when i take off
bottwaandcalover: Yeah, I chose between these two. Was a hard choice, for sure. The honda
felt too low and wide, and its also a bit heavier. For my body type the
kawa felt more natural. The carb is a bit of an annoyance... but thats all
it is; an annoyance. It will always start, it will always get you there.
Make sure before you get drawn into a conclusion to actually sit on the
bike in question.
Mavrick Cruise: What song is that in the beginning, god I can't wait to get a dual purpose,
all around Oahu
Garth W: I just bought a 250, was looking at the honda and rode both at the dealer,
The thing that made me choose the Kawi was either bike didn't have enough
power for me, but i wanted the nimble light weight 250. I normally ride my
Honda VTX1800, its nice having a little maneuverable bike too. But I chose
the Kawi because i planed on modding it. I did a rejet, new exhaust, opened
up the intake, HID conversion, Rear rack and trunk and many other mods. My
Kawi will walk all over the honda now, its a real screamer. You can't do
those mods with FI, your stuck with the way the bike is from the factory.
Unless you want to do a ton of remapping the FI, and spend tons of cash
doing it, but then again you wont get the power of a modded klx250s. I have
never had any problems starting my kawi, it started right up in stock and
modded form in any weather and any altitude.
TheHenry4: WR250 is not in this class the XT250 is. The WR is in the same price class
as the DRZ400, KLR650, DR650, XR650 price class.
jack schitt: at 320 lbs, crf250l is not light weight.
frankenz26: honda the best
CoolStoryBro603: 5:55 haha. Fuel injected Honda dirtbike ? freaking awesome!
Chester Little: Honda vs Kawasaki and Honda wins. Why I am not so surprised, after all if
we need to compare the features, the comfort, the stability on the road and
the price definitely Honda will be what most of the bikers will choose.
Oswaldo Ortiz: me pueden hacer el favor de colocarle subtitulos en español. gracias.
HJZ75driver: buy it! wont go wrong.
HJZ75driver: no running lights in Aus mate ;) just indicators.
plaid13: lots of reviews on this bike out there but none comparing it to its only
real competitor the wr250r. of course we know its better then a old design
with a carb. what about the yamaha with a very similar setup? and honestly
stop looking at the tires on test rides. tires are changed almost as often
as oil thats not a selling point. Everyone rides differently so everyone
likes different tires. It is not important to mention them.
Charley Osgood: Kawi every day
walkyree honda: but i like yamaha DT 125 MX 1985 go to the forest in THAILAND
Darkamerica91: Honda 4 life!