View Full Version : *SOLD* - F/S 1993 KDX200

October 16th, 2007, 12:58 PM
With all the dirty talk I guess its time.....

The green machine is up for sale. Its a '93 two smoker 200 with the "good forks" (got the blue fork tubes, kawi guys tell me this, honestly I have no clue...)

The bike is currently apart getting a fresh set of stock reeds and reed cage gasket.

I bought this bike about a year or so ago and took it out only three times. It climbed all the goat trails at Muenster with ease. I had an issue on a muddy trail and bent the clutch side radiator. The radiator does not leak, but the plastics look out of whack due to mounting point on rad. The bike has new tires with compound suitable for Muenster sand (I would say Medium) and new heavy duty tubes. The expansion chamber gaurd is fairly new and was installed just before I bought the bike. I have a few extra odds and ends for it but nothing real special in terms of "spares". I believe that I have a new set of brake pads for it, unopened.

I should have the bike back together and spitting out smoke by the end of this weekend. When that happens, I'll dust her off and take a few pics.

Serious inquires only. $1200 is below what I have in her. While she's old, in my limited dirty knowledge I'd say she's strong and solid. I do have the title, out of state from two owners ago as I recall. I've heard rumor that you can license this bike as street legal as it does have a headlight option (I have part of that) and brake light (also partially installed). This bike will easily put you on your head if you do not respect it, ask me how I know! :mischief:

Upon pickup this bike will need nothing but fuel, oil, and a rider. The bike should be available for pickup after 10/21/07 with the possibility of an earlier completion with the right incentive.

October 16th, 2007, 06:14 PM
For someone just getting into dirt. This is an EXCELLENT starter bike. And in fact, other than the fact that Kawasaki upgraded the frame, this bike didn't change in 16 years.

Oh, and this one has a KX suspension in the front.

I'm ridden it and while it's not the prettiest bike (none of the older Kaw's are), this is an excellent machine.

This shouldn't take Jus10 long to sell. Don't wait if you're in the market.

December 9th, 2007, 11:07 PM
alright.. I finally got the incentive I needed to get this beast back together. Tomorrow she gets some fresh gas and I'm going to smoke out the neighborhood then take some pics.

This will be going on craigs list in a week at $1100. TSBA members can have it for less.

If your in the market for a tough mountain goat two smoker dont pass this up!

http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/6130/mykdxka1.th.jpg (http://img527.imageshack.us/my.php?image=mykdxka1.jpg)

http://img264.imageshack.us/img264/9716/kdxbeforefy5.th.jpg (http://img264.imageshack.us/my.php?image=kdxbeforefy5.jpg)

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December 10th, 2007, 04:51 PM
What did you have to put back together on it? What work has been done to it recently? Does it need any service or anything addressed?


December 10th, 2007, 05:22 PM
I put in a fresh set of reeds and a new reed cage gasket. Two strokes seem to like that??

It has new tires with two or three half day runs at Muenster on them. I had new heavy duty tubes installed with the tires. The air filter is clean and oiled. Brakes are fare, with a new front set still in package (included).

No major work has been done since I've owned it nor do I know of any needed. This bike has been under TSBA member ownership for at least three years/three members. I'm sure more details can be researched if necessary.

I've cleaned it up from my last muddy adventure (pictured above) but its not spotless. Cleaner than my street bike, but I still some red OK dirt in the nooks and crannies.

As mentioned, I've got more in it than I'll ever get out of it. It aint fancy, but it aint a rust bucket either. Its got some nice stuff like the expansion chamber & rock gaurds as well as some expected 14 year old missing paint scuffs.

The bike is a good hill climber and handles the tight courses well with the shorter bars installed (included).

I'm not a good dirtbike rider and with new dog, house, and wife in near future I'm sticking with roadracing and clearing out the dirties.

OH.. if I were to do anything to this bike I would buy some new barkbusters. These dont have to be expensive and you can order them anywhere. Otherwise its near perfect for getting dirty!

December 19th, 2007, 09:24 AM
The green goblin is now SOLD and stays in the TSBF. :cool: