Kawasaki Complete Full Engine Set Up Runs Fits Kx100 Kx Kx80 Rm100 on 2040-parts.com
Manheim, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear
Manufacturer Part Number:0100204
UPC:Does not apply
1997 Kawasaki KX100 motor (will fit all year KX100's 1995-2017 or RM100 or KX80/85 1988-2017
Professionally rebuilt with all receipts
Eric-Gorr did the top end work. 100% redone cylinder on stock bore with re-domed head for more power/torque.
KB5 did the bottom end work. Wisceo crank and piston kit was used. Stroke crank all new bearings / seal gaskets. Has reed spacer for more torque. Great motor and really moves.
No leaks, No issues. Runs on 93 @ 32:1
You get motor, carb, electronics and full exhaust
It runs and I have vids to prove it. Nothing is broken, modified, Jerry-Rigged or whatever else you want to call it. Drop it, kick it over and go rip. Oil has been changed once since it was redone. It has 3 trail rides on motor. All engine bolts replaced with stainless steel allen heads also.
Again this is a 100% complete full set up, you get everything but the chassis.
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