Getting the KX ready

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Getting the KX ready

Post by targetman » 03:04 pm Apr 10 2020

Setting up the bike for my boy. Woods riding. Dropped off the forks and shock yesterday at the suspension shop.
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Re: Getting the KX ready

Post by KDXGarage » 03:31 pm Apr 10 2020

Heck yeah! Get it going. I wouldn't worry about that pipe.

Nice old Craftsman chest back there on the left. I see a Suzuki service manual, too. :-)
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Re: Getting the KX ready

Post by targetman » 04:23 pm Apr 10 2020

2019 KingQuad 500. I like manuals for my machines.

Pipe is getting replaced. Bottom mount is gone.

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Post by VTMTcowboy » 11:05 am Apr 17 2020

Nice! Looking forward to seeing this build come to life. Someday I want to build a mx bike into a gncc style woods racer.
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Re: Getting the KX ready

Post by targetman » 09:24 pm Apr 25 2020

I hit a snag. The carb. top cap is fudged. I need a new one, but Kawi, says N.A.

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Post by KDXGarage » 09:41 pm Apr 25 2020

Wonderful. :neutral:

Maybe someone has just a cap on eBay?
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Re: Getting the KX ready

Post by targetman » 02:38 pm Apr 26 2020

Plugging along.
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Re: Getting the KX ready

Post by targetman » 04:25 pm May 24 2020

Done. Rekluse and flywheel wieght. 18" rear wheel. Suspension.
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Post by KDXGarage » 04:36 pm May 24 2020

Congratulations! It looks nice.
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