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    CFMOTO nk250




    Features

    New 250cc single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, 4-valve, DOHC with balance shaft producing 19.5kW / 9000 rpm and 22Nm of torque / 7500 rpm
    Bosch EFI for outstanding fuel economy & lower emissions
    6 speed transmission capable of highway speeds
    New 12.5 L fuel tank design for better rider ergonomics
    Front and rear Spanish J.Juan disc brakes
    Switchable ride modes from sport to rain
    Lightweight – 151kg
    Aggressive low slung headlight design and LED lights all round
    Low 795mm seat height
    Available in midnight black
    Unlimited KM, 2 year factory warranty

    $3890+ orcs bargain learner bike

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    they are making the LC8C engines for KTM these days so should be alright --- am gonna pick one of these up along with the NK650 in the near future for long term testing

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    CF Motos have more than a passing resemblance to some Kawasakis.
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
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    cfmoto hit 30 years old and announced a fully faired version of the NK250 called the 250SR -- track prepped version photo VVVV



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    http://www.cfmoto.com.au/news-8788/l...in-from-cfmoto

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    Further progress has been made on the construction of the new joint CFMoto / KTM motorcycle facility, expected to open next year. The plant will be the birthplace of a number of new larger displacement motorcycles to run under both brands, CFMoto and KTM.Once the plant is in operation CFMoto will expand its KTM production arrangement to manufacture larger numbers of midsize motorcycles including the recently released 790 Duke and Adventure range both for domestic and export.

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    thanks KTM for the 790 engine building tooling and tech access

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