1990 kx125 plastics

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UFO Plastics Replacement Plastic (FOR KAWASAKI F FDR KX125-500 83-92 GREEN)
# KA02700026

  • Plastic is color-matched to stock or in optional works colors
  • Pre-drilled pieces mount easily to stock locations
  • Made in Italy
  • Includes the following:
  • 1) Plastic front fender
  • No instructions

 

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Shipping weight: 1.50 lbs
Shipping size (L x W x H): 30.00 x 10.00 x 10.00 inches
Style: Replacement
Position: Front
Material: Plastic
Type: Fender
Made in IT
Sold as: EA

This item fits the following vehicles:
1994 Kawasaki KDX200
1993 Kawasaki KDX200
1992 Kawasaki KDX200
1991 Kawasaki KDX200
1990 Kawasaki KDX200
1989 Kawasaki KDX200
1988 Kawasaki KDX200
1987 Kawasaki KDX200
1986 Kawasaki KDX200
1985 Kawasaki KDX200
1984 Kawasaki KDX200
1983 Kawasaki KDX200
1992 Kawasaki KX125
1991 Kawasaki KX125
1990 Kawasaki KX125
1989 Kawasaki KX125
1988 Kawasaki KX125
1987 Kawasaki KX125
1986 Kawasaki KX125
1985 Kawasaki KX125
1984 Kawasaki KX125
1983 Kawasaki KX125
1992 Kawasaki KX250
1991 Kawasaki KX250
1990 Kawasaki KX250
1989 Kawasaki KX250
1988 Kawasaki KX250
1987 Kawasaki KX250
1986 Kawasaki KX250
1985 Kawasaki KX250
1984 Kawasaki KX250
1983 Kawasaki KX250
1982 Kawasaki KX250
1981 Kawasaki KX250
1980 Kawasaki KX250
1992 Kawasaki KX500
1991 Kawasaki KX500
1990 Kawasaki KX500
1989 Kawasaki KX500
1988 Kawasaki KX500
1987 Kawasaki KX500
1986 Kawasaki KX500
1985 Kawasaki KX500
1984 Kawasaki KX500
1983 Kawasaki KX500

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KAWASAKI KX125-250 – 1990-1991 – FULL TEAM KIT

 

You have options.. an email will be followed with what you require:-

1. Colour number plate

2. Race numbers and Name if required

3. Hi or Low grip seat cover

 

 

 

While every effort will be made to ensure that all items shown are in stock we offer no guarantee of availability and this electronic publication does not constitute an offer for sale. Goods are normally dispatched to us at Xtreme Motorbikes within 14-21 days, and then an additional time to post to you. However as we make every product specially to order, you may experience a slight delay on these estimates during busy periods. If we are unable to despatch your order within 21 days, we will contact you by e-mail with an estimated despatch date.

PREPARATION OF NEW PLASTICS

Make sure you clean your plastics thoroughly to remove all mold release agents and silicone's used in the manufacturing process using either aggressive contact/brake cleaner or thinners rubbed lightly over the whole area.

PETROL/GAS ALERT

Make sure you use a recognized Petrol/Gas station fuel for your bike. Most Supermarket outlets are now using high proportions of ETHANOL in their fuels. As many of you will know, this ‘Green’ additive can wreck seals, O-rings and cause your plastic tank (if it’s white or yellow) to turn brown. It can also cause your nice shiny new tank decals to fall off/de-laminate due to the volatile nature of the mixture. There are many other types of specialist race fuels out there, so always buy with caution. If you have no other option, then always drain your tank of fuel after riding and remove your petrol/gas cap to help vent the fumes.

AFTERMARKET PLASTICS

We always try to use OEM plastics to pattern our products. However, we realise that in some cases these are difficult to source, and the only option left to riders/restorers is to buy an aftermarket brand. Generally, these are relatively accurate, and our decals should fit adequately well. However, some plastics manufacturers are selling product that is radically different to the original shape. If you find your decals impossible to fit for this reason, then please get in touch as in the majority of cases we will be able to supply the correct decal.

PRINT LIMITATIONS

To remain competitive, like the majority of Aftermarket decal manufacturers, we use digital print equipment. Unfortunately, this means that some plastic colours are difficult to match. So, until fluorescent colours are available we’re stuck with close ‘approximations’. This is also true for metallic inks, although in some cases we still screen print silver and gold when there is no other alternative.

DECAL KITS

All kits are expensive due to the very high cost to low production quantities that have plagued our Industry since Hans Maisch was in ‘leder hosen’. So consequently, fitting them can be fraught with angst at the prospect of having your decal ruined by inaccurate positioning. We’ve used this tip for many years and it has never let us down. Make sure you fit your decals in a warm environment, the pvc will be much more flexible.

  1. Remove the backing from your decal and down the longest dimension cut out a 20mm (3/4″) strip through the middle of the backing paper and discard.
    1. Next accurately replace the two halves of the backing paper back onto the decal leaving the exposed adhesive strip down the centre.
    2. Position the decal onto the plastic carefully aligning it so it is in the correct position. Now make sure the strip of adhesive is pressed into position and you can then lift off one of the remaining halves of backing paper and with complete confidence smooth it into position. Do the same with the remaining half and voila…a perfect finish.

 

Cancellation and Returns

If you are not satisfied with the goods you have a right to cancel the contract, return the goods within 14 days and receive either a full refund of your monies or replacement goods. Please send an e-mail to us before you return goods, telling us that you are returning the goods and why.

We have been making products (seats and stickers) for the off-road market since 1981 and we occasionally have experienced issues with faulty materials. It is not our intention to supply product that is unsuited to its end use. If you have any issues with the quality or longevity of the product then please email/telephone us and we will endeavour to rectify the problem as quickly as we can.

Colours

The colour of goods may vary slightly from that shown on the website due to limitations of browser software and monitors.

Please note that we are unable to print Dayglo colours due to the restrictions of digital print machinery. This also leads to difficulty in duplicating the original plastics colours. Under daylight the colour matches are in most cases satisfactory, while under artificial light they look completely different. As bikes are raced outdoors this normally does not present a problem.

14-21 days turn around from order.

 

 

 

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KAWASAKI KX125 1990-1991 Full Plastics Fastener Kit - Nuts/Bolts/Washers

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  • Kit Includes: Front Fender, Front Number Plate, Rad Cover Set, Rear Fender, Side Number Plates and Lower Fork Guards
  • Produced with Durable Gloss Polypropylene (DGP).
  • Injection molded quality for a perfect OEM type fit.
  • Replica of stock OEM plastic shape and fit but stronger.
  • Official Plastic of DeCal Works.
  • Always In Stock, Fast Shipping!

Kawasaki

YearMakeModelFeatures
2003KawasakiKX125 (2 Stroke)Stock Shape Plastic
2003KawasakiKX250 (2 Stroke)Stock Shape Plastic

Inventory Details for Front Fender:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
Green399-1370Polisport85610000105604415015854
Green399-3949UFOKA037360268052135025498
White399-2056UFOKA037360478052135025511
Black 399-3950 UFOKA037360018052135025474
Black 399-1369 Polisport85610000015604415010316

Inventory Details for Front Number Plate:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White418-1887Polisport86608000025604415010484
Black418-1885Polisport86608000015604415010477
Green418-1886UFOKA037400268052135025672

Inventory Details for Lower Fork Guards:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White396-1747Polisport83950000015604415004759
Black396-2280Acerbis2115030001886687435393
Black396-3695UFOKA037040018052135024323

Inventory Details for Rad Cover Set:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
Green383-1425Polisport84291000075604415015984
Black383-1429Acerbis2043690001886687021558

Inventory Details for Side Number Plates:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
White428-1940Polisport86011000025604415010866
Black428-1938Polisport86011000015604415010859

Inventory Details for Rear Fender:

VariantDeCal Works Part NumberItem ManufacturerManufacturer Part NumberGlobal Trade Item Number
Green404-1377Polisport85611000075604415015885
Black404-1428Polisport85611000015604415010538
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Kx125 plastics 1990

For this edition of Classic Steel we are going to take a look back at Kawasaki’s first perimeter-framed tiddler, the 1990 KX125.

Buck Rogers: In 1990, Kawasaki sent eyes bulging and tongues wagging with the introduction of their radically-new KX125.Photo Credit: Kawasaki

In 1990, no machine in motocross was as jaw-droppingly cool as Kawasaki’s all-new KX125 (excluding, of course, its similarly badass 250 stablemate). Audacious in appearance and innovative in design, the new KX125 was a radical departure from the stodgy green machines that had come before it. Borrowing liberally from their road-race department, the new KX125 broke new ground in frame design, mass centralization, and styling. Maybe most importantly, it was not just innovative, it was downright sexy.

Your father’s Oldsmobile: Compared to the cobby-looking ’89 KX, the ’90 machine appeared to be from a decade into the future. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

For Kawasaki, this was certainly something that had seldom been said about their 125 offerings. While some of them had been fast, they had rarely been beautiful. With their comically large rear fenders, weird proportions and single-sided radiators, the KX125s were most often the ugly ducklings, instead of the belle of the ball.

By far the most radical change on the 1990 KX was in the configuration of its frame. Borrowing liberally from the street world, Kawasaki designed an all-new steel frame that did away with a traditional backbone, in favor of two large spars that flanked the motor in a perimeter fashion. Photo Credit: Moto Revue

For 1990, all that finally changed with an all-new KX125.Unlike previous green machines, this new KX positively sweat trickness from its every pore. With bold styling, a radically new frame design and innovations throughout, the 1990 KX marked the most dramatic year-over-year change in the brand’s history.

Plug and Play: Because the new frame did away with the frame backbone, a new tank needed to be designed that sat nestled between the main frame spars. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

While nearly everything on the 1990 KX125 was a dramatic departure from the past, probably the most significant change was in the design of the frame. In the late eighties, the state-of-the-art in motocross frame design was a large single backbone, mated to a lower engine cradle and rear sub-frame. On some bikes, the rear sub-frame was fully removable, while others only offered a single frame tube that could be removed to aid with shock access. In every case, the frame was made from high strength steel (the only exception being the rear sub-frames, which were usually crafted out of aluminum).

While new to motocross, the idea of a perimeter-framed motorcycle was hardly a novel concept. In truth, the design dated all the way back to 1885, with the introduction of world’s first true motorcycle, the Daimler Reitwagen.

Photo Credit: Mercedes Benz

In use for decades with some minor variations, this basic frame design had proven itself incredibly effective at handling the extreme demands placed on an off-road chassis. Over the years, the quality of the steel had improved, and manufactures had played with geometry, tube thickness and engine cradle design, but for the most part, this basic configuration had remained the gold standard since the early days of motocross.

At 202 pounds, the new KX was larger and heavier than all of its competition. In the air, it felt much more like a typical 250 than a featherweight 125, but a talented rider like Radical Rich Taylor could still bend it to his will.Photo Credit: Dirt Rider

For 1990, Kawasaki threw all of this out the window with the most radical departure in chassis design since the switch to linkage-equipped rear suspensions a decade before. Borrowing heavily from their road race department, Kawasaki spec’d an all-new frame that did away with the large single backbone and replaced it with twin-beams that split at the steering head and ran down both sides of the machine. Often referred to as a “perimeter” design, this configuration had been used on-and-off on street machines for over a century. The main benefits of the perimeter design were its strength (very resistant to torsional flex) and packaging (no backbone to work around) advantages.

Sing the high note: In the engine department, the new-look KX was pro-oriented and blisteringly fast. Low-end power was all but nonexistent, but once it hit the midrange, it was Katie bar the door. In 1990, only Honda’s similarly high-strung CR125R had a prayer of keeping the green machine in sight. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

When designing the new perimeter frame for the KX, Kawasaki had elected to stick with steel instead of going to aluminum for its construction. While common on sport bikes of the time, this was still early days for alloy usage in the dirt, and durability remained a major concern for the engineers. While light and strong, aluminum could be tricky to work with and many feared an alloy frame might crack under the repeated poundings of a motocross course.

In 1990, a little-known Team Green kid by the name of Jeremy McGrath took the new KX125 to his first Supercross win at Las Vegas. Photo Credit: MXA

When designing the new frame, Kawasaki decided to use a mix of round and boxed-section tubes for its perimeter construction.The engine cradle, side rails and steering head were all formed from chromoly steel, with only the subframe and shock tower being constructed out of aluminum. In a unique touch, the shock tower was also removable and replaceable if damaged.

At 29.1 horsepower, the 1990 KX125 was the most powerful 125cc machine Dirt Rider had tested up to that time. Photo Credit: Dirt Rider

Overall geometry was completely new, with a steeper head angle (25.5 degrees vs. 26.5 in ‘89) and a .6-inch reduction in wheelbase. With the backbone being removed, Kawasaki was also able to design a new fuel tank that sat lower in the chassis, between the two frame spars. Fuel capacity was slightly lower for 1990, going from 2.3 gallons in ’89 to 2.25 gallons in ‘90.In order to accommodate the new frame, revamped bodywork was spec’d that did away with the old bike’s frumpy looks and replaced them with sleek lines and spacy graphics.

While powerful, the KX’s lack of low end and strong hit could make it a bit of a handful for those of lesser talent to manage. For beginners and novices, the Suzuki RM and Yamaha YZ probably made better choices. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

The second major change on the KX125 for 1990 was the switch from Kayaba’s excellent 46mm conventional forks to their still-unproven 41mm inverted units. In 1989, international buyers had gotten the upside-down sliders, but Kawasaki USA had decided to stick with the old-fashioned hardware until the bugs were worked out. Like the new frame, the inverted forks were designed to reduce flex and provide better feel in whoops and other high G-load situations. Out back, the rear suspension remained largely unchanged, with a KYB shock and Uni-Trak linkage handling the duties. Travel remained at 13 inches, but the new system did improve ground clearance 15mm by relocating the shock mounting.

In 1990, no bike was as polarizing as Kawasaki’s new KX125. Basically, you either loved it or hated it, with very little in between. Just look at the rankings of Motocross Action and Dirt Bike’s shootouts, which ranked the KX first (MXA) and last (Dirt Bike) in their standings.Photo Credit: Dirt Bike

Perhaps more than any other bike in the class, the 1990 KX125 rewarded aggression and penalized timidity. Credit: Mike Kroger

On the motor end, Kawasaki retained the same basic 124cc case-reed mill it had used since 1988, but made several important changes aimed at improving power. The first modification was a switch to a concave piston with a single ring for reduced drag and a cleaner burn. Then the KIPS (Kawasaki Integrated Power-valve System) was redesigned to eliminate the use of a variable exhaust port and instead only vary the position of the scavenging boost ports. The exhaust resonance chamber was retained and it remained in its prominent position on the outside of the cylinder. To improve combustion, a second coil was added and mated to a new microprocessor-controlled digital ignition. The carburetor remained a 35mm Keihin PKW, but a new “jet block” was added to the bottom of the venturi to reduce intake turbulence. Feeding the revised carburetor was a new larger air boot and airbox, with innovative shutters that could be opened and closed based on conditions to let in more air, or keep out water.

In 1989, KX pilots had been at a major power disadvantage to the other bikes in the class. In 1990, riders like Jeff Matiasevich (20) finally had the power to run at the front. Photo Credit: Dirt Bike

On the exhaust side, the motor featured a new “low-boy” pipe that sat farther down on the chassis and a sano new alloy muffler with a large oval body and turned-down tip. Keeping the motor cool were a set of dual (finally!) radiators that increased capacity, improved ergonomics and did wonders for the bike’s previously oddball looks.

Ankle savers: Maybe the most long-lasting of the 1990 KX’s innovations was the introduction of these ultra-wide platform pegs to motocross. Photo Credit: MXA

After the excellent 46mm conventional forks found on the ’89 KX, many riders were afraid the new model’s 41mm inverted KYBs would be a major step backward. Thankfully, those fears proved unfounded and the new KX turned out to have some of the best forks on the track in 1990. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

Predictably, with all of these changes, the new KX125 offered a completely different feel from previous years. Even though the engineers had gone all-out to lower the bike’s center of gravity, the high steering head and wide frame spars made the bike feel taller than any other 125. In spite of this top-heavy feel, however, the new KX proved an able cornering partner. With its short wheelbase (shortest of the Big Four 125s) and steep steering angle, the KX could cut and thrust far better than in the past, but it also felt far twitchier than older KX125s. The new frame and inverted forks made the steering feel more precise than ever before, but for riders jumping off of the other brands, the bike could seem a bit odd at first. With its tall seat and wide frame, the KX felt far more like a 250 than a 125 and many riders had a tough time adjusting to its Paul Bunyan proportions. At 202 pounds, the KX was also about 10 pounds heavier than any other 125 in the class, and on the track, you could feel those extra pounds.

With its steep geometry and short wheelbase, the new KX125 proved a more able cornering partner than past Kawasaki 125s.Photo Credit: Dirt Bike

While the radical new chassis was somewhat of an acquired taste, the new motor was far less polarizing. In 1989, the KX125 had been the most boring bike in the class. It was slow, listless and blah. There was a long pull, but no hit and very little drama. Kind riders called it a “lap-time” motor; less charitable racers called it a turd.

Like the front, the rear of the new KX was well-sorted and in the ballpark for the majority of 125-sized pilots.In stock condition, the Kawasaki provided the best overall suspension package in the 125 class. Photo Credit: Kawasaki

For 1990, all that turd talk was finally in the rear-view mirror. The new bike ash-canned the old motor’s long, drawn-out powerband and traded it in for a massive dose of braaapppp! Off the line, it was softer than 1989, but once on the pipe, it was all fire and fury. The new motor exploded in the midrange and barked at the moon as it pulled into an ear-splitting top-end hook. Like the similarly-powered Honda, the new KX required skill to make the most of its powerband. Novices were apt to find its peaky power frustrating, but pros and fast intermediates found its prodigious hit and top-end pull intoxicating.

This unique bolt-on top shock mount made servicing easier, but proved prone to cracking under hard use.Photo Credit: Dirt Bike

Braking power on the new KX was very good, but both the front and rear units required constant bleeding to maintain proper performance.Photo Credit: Moto Revue

On the suspension front, the new KX proved just as excellent as its mellow predecessor. The new 41mm Kayaba inverted cartridge forks were applauded by all for their comfort and control. With 12.2 inches of travel and adjustments for compression and rebound, riders of nearly every skill level could find settings that worked to their likening.

It took a talented rider like MXA’s Willy Musgrave to get the most out of the 1990 KX125’s potent, but pipey power package.Photo Credit: Mike Kroger

Out back, the Kayaba shock and revised Uni-Trak offered similarly excellent performance. Like the forks, there were adjustments for compression and rebound, with a whopping 13 inches (most in the class) of plush travel. Both the spring rates and valving were well-sorted and certainly within the range of the bike’s target audience. Really fast guys may have wanted a re-valve and spring swap at both ends, but for most mortals, the stock settings were excellent.

In June, Factory Kawasaki’s Jeff Emig collected $10,000 for taking the new KX to victory in the season-ending East-West 125 Supercross shootout. Photo Credit: MXA

On the details front, the new KX proved a mix of some really great ideas, and a few disappointing missteps. Innovations like its massive (for the time) footpegs and perimeter frame started trends that continue to this day, but other items like its unique bolt-on shock tower proved more problematic. The mounting bolts had to be watched like a hawk and cracked mounts proved all but inevitable. In truth, nearly all the bolts on the bike were junk, with the strip-o-matic riv-nuts on the sub-frame proving the worst. General plastic quality was better than previous KXs, but the gas cap continued to crack incessantly and douse your man berries in premix. If the gas cap held together, then the stock pipe was sure to blow out at the seam and spritz your boots with black exhaust spluge. Those massive footpegs also drooped after a few months of use and liked to eject their return springs on a regular basis.

In 1990, Kawasaki introduced an all-new 125 that pushed the envelope of design and style.It was fast, well-suspended and incredibly trick, but not necessarily the best 125 for every rider.Photo Credit: Kawasaki

Overall, the new Kawasaki KX125 proved the most polarizing 125 of 1990. No one could dispute its trick factor, but many riders could not come to grips with its demanding power and unique feel. It was taller, wider and heavier than any other bike in the class, with a skyscraper seat height and short wheelbase. This made it top-heavy in the corners and twitchy on the straights. Its excellent suspension, roomy chassis and barky motor made many big and fast guys happy, but for a lot of riders, it was too big, too fat and too demanding. Bold in design, innovative in execution and uniquely beautiful, the 1990 KX125 was not a perfect bike, but it was an early glimpse at the future of motocross design in the new millennium.

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Reconstruction of Kawasaki kx 125 1990

Embrace The Change - KX 125/250 Restyling Kits Are Here

After a long time of waiting and fan’s requests, Polisport just announces a new restyling kit, this time for KX 125/250 models, between 2003-2008, will be soon available.

The kit is now available in OEM Color, Black, Nardo Grey, and Lime Green

After the realease, the usual time for it to be available at your local dealer. This MX Kit includes front fender, rear fender, radiator scoops, side panels, and number plate. The Nardo Grey and the Lime Green kits will also include the fork guards.


Until then, and to answer all the questions of KX fans, we pick some of the most frequently asked questions on social media.

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Do I need to make some modifications to apply the kit?

This kit was made to fit the original bikes, without any modifications needed. The Polisport kit will bolt just like the original parts.

 

Are you planning to do some protections/covers for the KX?

Now we only have radiator louvers for this bike. Available in Green and Black.

 

What are the graphics available for the kit?

The graphics are specific for this restyling kit, so the current graphics won’t fit on the bike.

 

Where can I find the graphics?

The graphics will be available through our official partners DeCal Works  in the US and Scrubdesignz in Europe. But, soon, you’ll be able to find them at your usual decal manufacturer.

 

How much it will cost?

The suggested retail price is $192,99 and 167,70€.

 

Where can I buy the kit?

The KX Restyling Kit will be available through all our distributors worldwide. Please check who’s distributing Polisport in your country here.

Polisport is proud to put out a new restyling kit for another iconic 2-stroke bike. We based our design on the current KX450F models and aimed to have a kit with a fresh, renewed look and make possible the revival of the KX models in an inexpensive way. We appreciate the support of all the 2-stroke lovers.

 

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UFO Plastics Kaw Green Rear Fender for Kawasaki KX125 1990-1991

UFO Plastics Kaw Green Rear Fender for Kawasaki KX125 1990-1991

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