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2005 Kawasaki KLX 125 how to take seat off

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SOURCE: type of oil for a klx 125 dirtbike

The gearbox gets 10w40 motor oil.

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SOURCE: can you adjust the seat height on my kawasaki 125?

No what you can do is take it to some one who does custom seats and discuss having it re done with thicker foam piece raising it to your comfort.

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SOURCE: 2003 KLX 125: how fast do 2003 kawasaki 125 KLX go...

Should do around 55mph at wot in 5th gear with an averge sized person on the bike.

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