2006 Kawasaki Eliminator 125


The Eliminator® 125 is a lightweight motorcycle with a low seat height and a friendly powerband, making it an excellent first bike for new riders

The Eliminator 125 is powered by an air-cooled, 125cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine specially tuned for low- and mid-range torque, making it 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 swingarm with twin, five-way preload-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 at both ends.

Kawasaki Eliminator 125

Available in black for 2005, the Eliminator 125’s styling features include 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 Eliminator 125 Specifications

  • Engine Type: 4-Stroke, Air-Cooled, SOHC, Single Cylinder
  • Displacement: 124 cc
  • Bore and Stroke: 55.0 x 52.4 mm
  • Maximum Torque: 7.3 lb-ft @ 8,000 rpm
  • Compression Ratio: 9.6:1
  • Carburetion: Mikuni BS28
  • Ignition: CDI
  • Transmission: 5-Speed
  • Rake/Trail: 34°/4.7 in.
  • Front Wheel Travel: 5.5 in.
  • Rear Wheel Travel: 3.1 in.
  • Front Tire Size: 90/90-17
  • Rear Tire Size: 130/90-15
  • Front Suspension: 36mm Hydraulic Telescopic Fork
  • Rear Suspension: Twin Shocks, 5-Way Adjustable Preload
  • Wheelbase: 57.9 in.
  • Front Brake: Single 250mm Disc
  • Rear Brake: Drum
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 3.4 gal.
  • Seat Height: 26.8 in.
  • Dry Weight: 291 lbs.
  • Color: Candy Thunder Blue
  • MSRP: $2,649


Air-Cooled, 124cc, Single-Cylinder Engine

  • Air cooled for light weight, simplicity and affordability
  • Specially tuned for low-end and mid-range torque

Single Overhead Cam

  • Keeps the engine design compact for light weight and easier maintenance

Counter-Rotating Engine Balancer

  • Single gear-drivin, counter-rotating balancer in the crankcase minimizes engine vibration for rider comfort

Electronic Ignition

  • - Fewer moving parts for long, trouble-free life
  • - Requires no periodic adjustments

Mikuni BS28 Carburetor

  • Constant velocity Mikuni carburetor provides sharp throttle response and great fuel economy

Electric Starter

  • The ultimate in easy and convenient starting

Five-Speed Transmission

  • A gear for every situation, from short city streets to the open road
  • Five speeds allow the rider to use the engine’s power to full advantage

Double-Cradle Frame

  • Made of high-tech, round section, high-tensile steel

Automatic Cam Chain Tensioner

  • Keeps cam timing spot-on without maintenance and helps assure great reliability

Straight-Flow Exhaust

  • Designed to boost low- and mid-range power

Single Disc Front Brake

  • Single-piston, pin-slide caliper produces quick, sure stops
  • Disc is drilled for better cooling and reduced unsprung weight

Tank-Mounted Turn Signal Indicators and Caution Lamps

  • Gives the rider the information needed at a glance
  • Compact design complements the bike’s clean look

Stepped Seating

  • Laid-back riding comfort for two

Chrome-Plated Wire Spoke Wheels

  • Narrow 90/90-17 front tire with large, 130/90-15 rear tire complement the cruiser styling

33mm Center Axle Front Fork

  • 33mm fork tubes are rigid for more precise handling on this lightweight motorcycle


Is there a backrest available for the Eliminator 125?

Why is this the only 125cc street bike available in this country, and why does it cost almost as much as a 250? Honda sells the Wave all over the Pacific rim for about a thousand bucks. Are they afraid that the availability of small interurban transport bikes will cut into the market for the much larger displacement machines that they do offer? I wonder.

top speed is 65 MPH for the Eliminator 125. Not a Interstate bike!
But i love mine for the city. If i want to move fast i get on my other
bike (Honda Shadow Spirit with drag pipes and air kit).

what is the top speed on the Eliminator 125?

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