Kawasaki 80 four wheeler

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MINI TEST: KAWASAKI KFX80

It has been well over a decade since Kawasaki had a mini ATV in their lineup.

With Kawasaki’s new relationship with Suzuki, they were able to at least purchase and re-badge one of the better minis available today, the Suzuki LT Even though it is nothing more than an LT80 with green bodywork, Polaris, Bombardier and Arctic Cat also buy minis from other builders and call them their own.

Back in and Kawasaki had a cc Mojave that received great reviews from the press and the public. However, when the CPSC stepped in at the close of the decade, they persuaded manufactures to limit minis to 90cc. Today this cc four-stroke engine is still available and in a lightweight dual A-arm suspended chassis it would smoke the Honda TRX90 and any other mini out there. It also would follow the new four-stroke trend that the bigger quads are setting. Plus that engine is easily modified and there are a ton of aftermarket parts available for it. Anyway, for this year we have to settle for a green version of the LT

KFX/LT80

Since the LT80, or as Kawasaki calls it, the KFX80, is one of the best stock minis you can buy today, we thought it was worth taking another look at. Priced at $, the KFX80 is powered by a very peppy, electric starting, air-cooled two-stroke engine. For added safety, this mini is equipped with a keyed ignition and parking brake that has to be applied in order to start the engine.

Other safety features include a removable power limiter and a throttle limiter screw that can be adjusted as the rider’s skill level increases. Heel guards offer foot protection as good as any full-size sport quad. Although the KFX80 comes with a strong sealed battery for the electric starter, there is no back up starting system if it fails.

Average sized riders between will fit the KFX 80 well. However, the CPSC suggests that no one under 12 ride any machine over 50cc and unfortunately most legitimate dealers are forced to abide by the recommendations. When we had our five-foot-tall, 14 and year-old test riders take the KFX for a spin, they encountered trouble when turning the quad. It had plenty of power to move them down the trail but the distance between the handlebars and the rider’s knees made for a cramped ride.

The seat height of the KFX is on par with most other minis at inches and the weight is also average at pounds. Most other minis in the 90cc class have a slightly bigger stance than the inch long and inch wide Kawi. The smaller size of this machine does allow it to corner well and rider can even get it up in a wheelie from time to time.

POWER UP

To get the little 80 down the trail, it’s a no-brainer. Once the motor is warmed up, stab the throttle and you’re off. The fully automatic CVT engine quickly transfers power to the rear tires. There is no neutral or reverse. Parents will want to keep an eye on the oil level for the injector from time to time since there is no low-oil warning light. We were able to get at least five tanks of gas through the machine before it needed any oil added.

The air-cooled engine stays cool even at idle due to a fan that operates off the motor to direct air over the cylinder at all times. Over the years we have found the Suzuki LT80 to be one the most reliable minis on the market. Both the engine and the chassis can stand years of abuse by kids or adults. Kawasaki does offer an extended three years warranty for the KFX80, but we doubt you’ll need it.

Another good feature on this machine is the separate hand and foot braking. Most minis have only hand levers that operate the front or rear brakes. The KFX80 has a right hand brake for the dual front drums and a right foot pedal for the single drum brake in the rear. This setup is more like what is found on bigger quads, making a transition easier when the time comes. Both brakes slow the machine down well.

Top speed on the 80 is between miles per hour depending on the road and the weight of the rider. It can climb most inclines and does very well in the sand due to its fairly wide seven-inch tires. To increase its performance there are plenty of aftermarket companies offering parts from tires to pipes for this quad, if you wish. In the November issue, we had a shootout between a modified LT80 and a TRX90 where the FMF-modified LT80 fared very well.

REPORT CARD

About the only fault with the KFX is its size. With its short inch wheelbase coupled with below average suspension travel figures ( front and inch rear), the KFX is a little rougher on the trail than a TRX90 or Kasea The driver’s compartment is limited to a smaller rider and if you follow the CPSC guidelines of 12 and over that will be hard to find.

The KFX80 is a well-built mini and will give a family many years of enjoyment, especially if it becomes a hand-me-down to the next generation. However neither it nor any other mini in the 90cc class is a good enough stepping stone to a full size quad.

Kawasaki has the equipment to build a machine that would fill the gap between a kid and adult quad. If the powers to be at the CPSC would allow parents to decide what quad is right for their child and the manufactures to market the appropriate sized ATV’s for them, we would have a safer sport.

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Kawasaki KFX80 Tires

Kawasaki KFX80 Tires

There is a large selection of Kawasaki KFX80 tires and the first step in buying new tires is determining which type of ATV tire will work with your riding style. Depending on what part of the country you&#;re in you could be riding rocky, muddy, sandy or loose dirt trails. If you need tires on a budget look for 3 or 4 bias-ply tires. These thinner tires are good for soft terrain, grass and mild woods riding. The largest selection of ATV tires are 6 ply, these work great for trail riding, MX racing and mudding. The latest types of off-road tires to hit the market are the more expensive 8 ply radial tires. These tires were introduced for big utility 4&#;4 quads and UTV&#;s and they are designed for Baja and rocky trails.

Kawasaki KFX80 Tire Sizes

Front Tires: 19&#;
Rear Tires: 19&#;

Alternative Kawasaki KFX80 Tire Sizes

Front Tire Size: 20&#;
Rear Tire Size: 20&#;

Here are alternative ATV tire sizes for a Kawasaki KFX We included these alternative sizes because in some cases the OEM/stock sizes are not popular in the aftermarket four-wheeler tire industry leaving few models to choose from. These alternative sizes provide more options and generally provide better performance by adding height for more ground clearance or adding width for more traction and stability.

Generally ATV’s can easily fit tires that are one inch taller and one inch wider without having clearance issues. In circumstances relating to older generation utility quads going up a size can cause slight rubbing, so double check clearances before committing.

In a few instances we found that the OEM/stock tire sizes were the best or only options. If you notice the alternative sizes are the same as the OEM/stock sizes, this is why.

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 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

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Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

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Kawasaki KFX 80

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Otterbein, Indiana

Category Atvs

Engine -

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Kawasaki KFX80! Very nice condition! Runs Great! Recently gone thru by dealer! Has Upgraded Front Cowling with Head Light.

 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

Menominee, Michigan

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc cc

Posted Over 1 Month

As young riders grow taller and stronger, and outgrow their beloved KFX®50 all-terrain vehicle (ATV), the Kawasaki KFX80 is waiting in the wings to provide them with the fun and performance they want – and the safety features parents appreciate. The KFX80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission with lightweight chain drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skill increases. Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use.

 Kawasaki KFX80

Kawasaki KFX80

$

Salinas, California

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc cc

Posted Over 1 Month

The KFX80 ATV is designed for ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. The engine is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase.

 Kawasaki KFX80

Kawasaki KFX80

$

Salinas, California

Category Sport Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX80, As-Is - The KFX80 ATV is designed for ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. The engine is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase.

 Kawasaki Kfx 80

Kawasaki Kfx 80

$4,

Perris, California

Kawasaki Brute Force Super Black, Brute Force - The Brute Force ATV is perfect for riders 16 and older searching for a sporty and versatile ATV, packed with popular features, for a low price making it great value. Strong cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine with electric start Ultra-smooth automatic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) has Hi / Lo ranges and reverse Rugged and powerful front and rear disc brakes Front and rear cargo racks and lb. towing capacity Easy to view multi-function display Full floorboards help to protect feet A wide stable stance, single shock rear suspension and independent A-arm front suspension soak up the bumps and contribute to sporty handling

 Kawasaki Kfx 80

Kawasaki Kfx 80

$5,

Alexandria, Louisiana

Kawasaki Brute Force 4x4i, KVF - Fuel injected V-twin power and 4x4 muscle Power and versatility ? these qualities make the Brute Force 4x4i ATV a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers. Whether accessing rough terrain, taming a bumpy trail ride, or hauling feed around the ranch, this ATV is a great all-around performer. Its A-arm front and independent rear suspensions cushion the rider, while boosting control and maneuverability for this muscular V-twin ATV flagship.

 Kawasaki Kfx 80

Kawasaki Kfx 80

$1,

Moreno Valley, California

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki Kfx 80, 03' Kawasaki 2 stroke engine. This quad is prefect for kids wanting more power than a 50cc. I bought this bike brand new and has been a great bike for each of my 3 kids. My youngest moved on to a 4 stroke so I don't need this bike anymore. Asking $ $1,

 Kawasaki Kfx 80

Kawasaki Kfx 80

$1,

Keedysville, Maryland

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine 80 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

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Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

Manchester, New Hampshire

Category Sport Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX 80, READY TO GO - As young riders grow taller and stronger, and outgrow their beloved KFX50 all-terrain vehicle (ATV), the Kawasaki KFX80 is waiting in the wings to provide them with the fun and performance they want ? and the safety features parents appreciate. The KFX80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission with lightweight chain drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skill increases. Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use.

 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

Port Clinton, Ohio

Category Utility Vehicles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX 80, NICE TWO STROKE ATVAs children grow taller and stronger, they need an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling their rapidly improving riding skills. The Kawasaki KFX® 80 is the natural step up from the KFX® 50, and offers the fun and performance children want as well as important safety features parents demand. The KFX® 80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase.Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX® 80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX® 80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX® 80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX® 80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use.As with any youth model ATV or motorcycle, Kawasaki strongly encourages direct parental supervision when children are riding. Families who have never experienced ATVing can call Kawasaki toll-free at KAWI-ATV or visit the website for information on how to get started. Because Kawasaki believes in safe operation of off-highway vehicles, it will pay first-time Kawasaki ATV purchasers $ for completing an ATV instruction course provided by the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). Interested consumers can call ASI toll-free at

 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

Huron, Ohio

Category Utility Vehicles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX 80, NICE TWO STROKE ATVAs children grow taller and stronger, they need an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling their rapidly improving riding skills. The Kawasaki KFX® 80 is the natural step up from the KFX® 50, and offers the fun and performance children want as well as important safety features parents demand. The KFX® 80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase.Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX® 80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX® 80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX® 80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX® 80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use.As with any youth model ATV or motorcycle, Kawasaki strongly encourages direct parental supervision when children are riding. Families who have never experienced ATVing can call Kawasaki toll-free at KAWI-ATV or visit the website for information on how to get started. Because Kawasaki believes in safe operation of off-highway vehicles, it will pay first-time Kawasaki ATV purchasers $ for completing an ATV instruction course provided by the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). Interested consumers can call ASI toll-free at

 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$1,

Montclair, California

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX 80, Added safety feature: electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. - As children grow taller and stronger, they need an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling their rapidly improving riding skills. The Kawasaki KFX 80 is the natural step up from the KFX 50, and offers the fun and performance children want as well as important safety features parents demand. The KFX 80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase. Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX 80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. Plus, the KFX 80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX 80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX 80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use. As with any youth model ATV or motorcycle, Kawasaki strongly encourages direct parental supervision when children are riding. Families who have never experienced ATVing can call Kawasaki toll-free at KAWI-ATV or visit the website for information on how to get started. Because Kawasaki believes in safe operation of off-highway vehicles, it will pay first-time Kawasaki ATV purchasers $ for completing an ATV instruction course provided by the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). Interested consumers can call ASI toll-free at

 Kawasaki KFX 80

Kawasaki KFX 80

$

Accident, Maryland

Category Youth Motorcycles

Engine 82 cc

Posted Over 1 Month

Kawasaki KFX 80, ONE OF THE ALL TIME BEST YOUTH ATV'S EVER MADE!!! THIS ONE IS IN GREAT SHAPE AND PRICED TO SELL! - As children grow taller and stronger, they need an all-terrain vehicle capable of handling their rapidly improving riding skills. The Kawasaki KFX 80 is the natural step up from the KFX 50, and offers the fun and performance children want as well as important safety features parents demand. The KFX 80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission and shaft final drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skills increase. Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX 80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX 80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor. The chassis of the KFX 80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes. The KFX 80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use. As with any youth model ATV or motorcycle, Kawasaki strongly encourages direct parental supervision when children are riding. Families who have never experienced ATVing can call Kawasaki toll-free at KAWI-ATV or visit the website for information on how to get started. Because Kawasaki believes in safe operation of off-highway vehicles, it will pay first-time Kawasaki ATV purchasers $ for completing an ATV instruction course provided by the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). Interested consumers can call ASI toll-free at

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The KFX80 ATV is designed for riders ages 12 and older, and is powered by an 82cc two-stroke engine that features automatic oil injection, eliminating the need to premix fuel. It also features forced-air cooling to maintain optimum operating temperatures. It is matched to a continuously variable automatic transmission with lightweight chain drive, so no shifting is required. To assist beginning riders with their learning curve, it also features a removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skill increases.

Other features include electric start and a sealed battery, dependable CDI ignition, and snorkel air intake that permits the KFX80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly. An added safety feature is the electric start interlock that requires the parking brake to be applied in order to start the engine. Plus, the KFX80 features a U.S. Forest Service-approved spark arrestor.

The chassis of the KFX80 ATV is made of sturdy steel tubing and rides on a single A-arm front suspension with dual shocks and a rear swingarm with a single shock. Stopping power is provided by durable front and rear drum brakes.

The KFX80 has a gallon fuel tank for extended riding, and a keyed ignition system helps prevent unauthorized use.

Kawasaki KFX80 Specifications

  • Engine: Air-cooled (forced) two-stroke, single cylinder with automatic oil injection
  • Displacement: 82cc
  • Bore x stroke: x mm
  • Compression ratio:
  • Carburetor: Mikuni VM16SH
  • Ignition: CDI
  • Starting system: Electric
  • Transmission: Continuously variable transmission
  • Final drive: Chain
  • Overall length: in.
  • Overall width: in.
  • Overall height: in.
  • Seat height: in.
  • Ground clearance: in.
  • Wheelbase: in.
  • Front suspension: Independent single A-arms with dual shocks
  • Rear suspension: Swingarm with single shock
  • Front brakes / rear brake: Dual drums / Drum
  • Front tires: AT19x
  • Rear tires: AT19x
  • Fuel capacity: gal.
  • Dry weight: lbs.
  • Color: Kawasaki Lime Green / Black

FEATURES

  • 82cc air-cooled two-stroke engine provides exceptional, easy-to-use power
  • Fully automatic transmission simplifies operation so no shifting is required
  • Electric start with maintenance-free battery makes getting started quick and easy
  • Keyed ignition prevents unauthorized use
  • Snorkel air intake permits KFX®80 to draw fresh air from near the steering head assembly
  • Removable power limiter and a throttle limiting screw that can be adjusted as rider skill increases 
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