2006 KX 250 restyle kit, were to buy ?

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7/29/2020 7:28 PM

Does anyone know where I can buy a kit to put the new plastics on 2006 KX 250 ?

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7/29/2020 9:16 PM

what are u looking for? the real restyle kit, or the cheap one? txrace.com makes a cheap one, that i think comes with everything, but i think it looks like crap. if you want the real kit, it comes with just the brackets. you will still need to buy the new seat, gas tank, subframe, airbox, plastic and hardware. its not cheap, but looks way better.

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7/30/2020 5:28 AM

Yes looking for the real kit , brackets etc to put new subframe ,gas tank , seat etc on !

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7/30/2020 6:23 AM

i bought mine years ago straight from primo at pro circuit, but he doesnt work there anymore. maybe hit him up on instagram to see if he still sells them

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8/3/2020 11:40 AM

Polisport also released a restyle kit that bolts on.
Can get it at most resellers.

https://www.polisport.com/en/off-road/embrace-the-change_717.html

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8/3/2020 12:56 PM

Primo does not have any for sale the tx kit is what I would go with it looks better than the polisport kit.

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8/27/2020 1:42 AM

721 wrote:

Does anyone know where I can buy a kit to put the new plastics on 2006 KX 250 ?

I made these kits for Jon at PC. I still have a couple left.
Craigofnapier@gmail.com

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8/27/2020 6:22 AM

721 wrote:

Does anyone know where I can buy a kit to put the new plastics on 2006 KX 250 ?

moshi902 wrote:

I made these kits for Jon at PC. I still have a couple left.
Craigofnapier@gmail.com

You made them for Jon?

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8/27/2020 11:54 AM

721 wrote:

Does anyone know where I can buy a kit to put the new plastics on 2006 KX 250 ?

moshi902 wrote:

I made these kits for Jon at PC. I still have a couple left.
Craigofnapier@gmail.com

ecmx274 wrote:

You made them for Jon?

Yes. I designed the first one in November 2016 (from memory...) and Jon saw my finished bike on Instagram, and wanted to buy a kit. I had never intended to sell them, but he was very keen. The first batch I made on my small manual milling machine. They took about 7 - 8 hours per kit...uurrgghhh... and Jon bought 15 kits.
The next lot I had drawn up and made on a CNC mill. The kit still take about two hours of hand finishing and packing.
I've sold about 75 lots to date, but that's the end of the line.
I don't make any money out of them, and have to get $6k worth of parts made at one time to make it worth while. I have 3 or 4 kits left.
The original bike was intended to be raced by a young kawi supported rider. He rode the bike once, loved it, then jumped ship to Husky !! It was intended to use the bike as his stepping stone from 85 to 250F. Oh well
Many thanks to Mike Cotter from Kawasaki New Zealand, who sent me a brand new 250F ( in a crate - no charge !! ) to see if the original project was possible. 200 hours of messing around and a lot of prototypes that ended up in the bin....

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