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Floes 07-20-2013 03:39 AM

Honda MSX125(grom) vs Kawasaki KSR110
 
Has anyone been riding a KSR110 or does anyone know it? The bikes have some things in common, but im wondering it is vs our new grom!

KSR110
http://www.moto-data.com/moto/Kawasaki-KSR-110.jpg

GimmeMyGrom 07-22-2013 11:13 AM

Looks similar.

ENGINE TypeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, Single cylinder, SOHC, 2 valves Displacement111 cm Bore and Stroke53.0 mm x 50.6 mm Compression ratio9.5 :1 Performance: a) Maximum power5.8 kW {7.9 PS} @ 8,000 rpm b) Maximum torque 8.1 N∙m {0.82 kgf∙m} @ 6,000 rpm Fuel systemCarburetor: KEIHIN PB18 StartingKick IgnitionBattery and coil (transistorized) LubricationForced lubrication (wet sump) DRIVETRAIN Transmission 4-speed, Constant mesh, Return shift Gear ratios: 1st 3.000 (36/12) 2nd 1.937 (31/16) 3rd 1.350 (27/20) 4th 1.086 (25/23) 5th - 6th - Final reduction ratio 2.066 (31/15) Clutch Centrifugal and wet multi disc FRAME Type Tube backbone Caster (rake) 26 Tyre: a) front 100/90-12 49J Tubeless b) rear 100/90-12 49J Tubeless SUSPENSION Front: Type Telescopic fork (upside-down) Rear: Type Swingarm BRAKES Front: Type Single Disc Rear: Type Single disc DIMENSIONS Overall length 1,670 mm Overall width 705 mm Overall height 995 mm Wheelbase 1,165 mm Ground clearance 225 mm Seat height 750 mm Dry weight 85 kg Fuel capacity 7.3 litres

FireDave 07-23-2013 12:53 PM

But it's still a Kawi. Grom looks better, I think.

gpd211 07-23-2013 02:08 PM

It's got a carb so that is a big negative in my book

Floes 07-23-2013 04:28 PM

The model itself is older indeed, styling is more supermotard instead of the more naked bike touches of our beloved grom, its not a bad bike but it cant be as nice or good as the grom :)

texasstubs 07-25-2013 01:24 AM

Not going to lie I like the idea of being able to put more aggressive tires on the KSR and taking it off road. I think it would be a contender to the Grom if it ever makes it to the states.

GromMeister888 08-08-2013 07:31 PM

That picture above is an old model. I would say about 2010 model below. This is the new ksr Kawasaki Thailand

Looks alot better. I was thinking about getting the grom too. But here in the Philippines they still havent released the grom. Dont know yet when. Yesterday local dealer had a 2013 ksr on display. Fell in love right away with the mini bike. If you plan on staying stock, the grom is a good choice. But if you plan on modding, the ksr is better since its carb type. Easier to tune. Ill try to post some pics once i get the bike.

GromMeister888 08-08-2013 07:35 PM

Also the ksr has both kick & electric start which is really good. So you have backup just incase you have a drained battery. Before it only had a kick start. Thats why I was surprised that now it had electric start aswell.

Karlloss 08-20-2013 02:24 PM

That new KSR looks good as well. I am curious is the GROM engine an update of the C90, C100, C110 range of engines?

CiscoSanJose 08-25-2013 11:08 PM

I'm building a GROM killer out off a Kawi motorcycle if I do not get my GROM. I already got the idea and plans in the works plus I would have a six speed vers a 4 speed.


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