The Kawasaki Eliminator 125 embodies classic cruiser styling in a lightweight motorcycle with a low seat height and a friendly powerband. This makes it an excellent choice for new riders or anyone seeking an easy reach to the pavement.
Powered by an air-cooled, 125cc, four-stroke, SOHC, single-cylinder engine specially tuned for low and mid-range torque, the Eliminator 125 is perfect for around-town riding. The electric starter makes getting underway easy, and a convenient five-speed transmission allows the rider to use the engine's full potential. The engine is mounted in a high-tensile steel, double-cradle frame, while 33mm forks and a steel swing-arm with twin, five-way preloaded-adjustable shocks provide a smooth, comfortable ride. A single front disc brake provides ample stopping power for this small cruiser, and chrome-plated wire spoke wheels are featured on both ends.
Available in Galaxy Silver for 2007, the Eliminator 125's styling features a stepped seat with laid-back riding comfort for two, a stretched 3.4-gallon fuel tank, straight-flow exhaust and chrome-plated single headlight. Kawasaki is using for Eliminator 125 a 90/90-17 tire on the front wheel and a 130/90-15 tire on the rear wheel. The Kawasaki Eliminator weight is little below 133 kilo this is without a full fuel tank of 13 liter.
With today's fuel prices, even motorcyclists need to pay attention to gasoline consumption. A Mikuni BS-28, 28mm carburetor is miserly with fuel, feeding the torquey 125cc engine exactly what it requires for comfortable cruising.