The new KFX450R flat out hauls a**. It is by far the fastest quad I've been on. I have raced ltr450, yfz450, trx450, raptors, z400's etc. My kfx pulls off the line and just keeps pulling until fuel cut in 5th. It has an awesome powerband and the power is always there when you need it, regardless of what gear you're in. The fuel injection really helps. It also has some VERY forgiving suspension. Front and back suspension is also adjustable which is a plus. The only problem I have is the handle bars being too low and not enough leg room towards the front. I am 6 ft. tall so I have to hunch over while standing up. Also I removed the outer plastics in the front, so my knees would stop hitting them while leaning into tight corners. All in all Kawasaki did an awesome job on the new kfx and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a race ready 450.
Upgrades/Accessories: -Two Brothers Racing M-7 Slip On Exhaust
-Trinity Racing Pro-Flow Kit w/ K&N Air Filter
-LRD Fuel Injection Controller
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