2006 Kawasaki KFX700 IG (Blue)

The KFX®700 all-terrain vehicle (ATV) continues to be popular with cross-country racers and off-roaders alike. That’s because Kawasaki bolted a powerful V-twin engine and automatic transmission into its racing-style chassis, making aggressive riding on the KFX700 fun and easy, from morning to sunset.

And for 2006, the KFX700 comes in a cool Meteor Blue or stunning Galaxy Silver, in addition to Kawasaki’s trademark Lime Green.

The KFX700’s power and performance begins with its engine. The liquid-cooled, 697cc, four-stroke, 90-degree V-twin is matched to a performance-tuned continuously variable automatic transmission. Combined, the powerful engine and automatic transmission eliminate rpm and shifting concerns because it’s in the optimum powerband at all times. This allows the rider to focus even more attention on choosing good lines, whether it’s on the race track or trail.

Other features include shaft drive, powerful dual front disc brakes and Kawasaki’s sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc rear brake system. The KFX700 also features the industry’s first mass-produced ATV chassis with a racing-inspired single lower front frame tube - the design preferred by cross-country ATV racers.

Rear suspension duties are handled by a motocross-inspired swingarm with a piggy-back reservoir shock, and ITP® Holeshot® tires provide the KFX700 with maximum traction and maneuverability.

Rounding out the features list are sport-style serrated footpegs, a protective engine skid plate and a powerful 45-watt headlight.

As with all off-highway vehicle recreation, Kawasaki encourages ATV riders to ride responsibly and to respect the environment. Kawasaki will pay first-time buyers of a new Kawasaki ATV $100 for completing an ATV rider safety course conducted by the ATV Safety Institute (ASI). Interested consumers can call ASI toll-free at 800-887-2887.

Engine: Liquid-cooled, four-stroke V-twin, SOHC, four valves per cylinder with wet sump lubrication
Displacement: 697cc
Bore x stroke: 82 x 66mm
Carburetion: Dual Keihin CVKR-D32
Starting: Electric
Transmission: Continuously variable transmission with forward, reverse and neutral
Final drive: Shaft
Frame type: Double cradle, racing type, high-tensile tubular steel
Front suspension / wheel travel: Dual A-arms, coil-over shocks / 9.3 in.
Rear suspension / wheel travel: Linkless swingarm, piggy-back reservoir shock, dual-rate spring / 7.9 in.
Front tires: ITP® Holeshot® AT22x7-10
Rear tires: ITP® Holeshot® AT22x11-10
Front brakes: Dual discs with two-piston calipers
Rear brake: Sealed, oil-bathed, multi-disc
Overall length: 78.1 in.
Overall width: 47.0 in.
Overall height: 46.1 in.
Seat height: 33.5 in.
Wheelbase: 50.6 in.
Ground clearance: At center of chassis - 9.6 in, at rear axle - 6.3 in.
Lighting: Dual 45W halogen headlights, 5/21W taillight/brake light
Dry weight: 516 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 3.2 gal.
Footpegs: Sport-style serrated
Colors: Kawasaki Lime Green / Black

*Specifications are subject to change.

- 697cc V-twin engine with dual Keihin downdraft carburetors provide maximum torque while 90-degree cylinder offset produces perfect primary balance to minimize vibration
- Super-responsive Kawasaki continuously variable transmission with special Kevlar reinforced drive belt enhances acceleration while maximizing durability
- Forward-neutral-reverse grip-type shifter is positioned conveniently on the left handlebar to make gear selection quick and easy
- Racing-style chassis with single-spar front frame tube for maximum A-arm length is the design of choice amongst Grand National Cross Country ATV racers
- Dual A-arm front suspension features 9.3 inches of travel-the long, flat angle of the A-arms provide optimum handling by minimizing “tire scrub” during up-and-down suspension travel
- Unitized alloy swingarm with large-capacity, piggyback reservoir shock and dual-rate spring features compression damping, pre-load adjustment and 7.9 inches of travel
- Unitized swingarm also features integrated shaft drive and Kawasaki’s sealed multi-disc brake assembly for superior ground clearance and fade-free braking power
- Low-mounted 3.2-gallon fuel tank helps keep the center of gravity low for enhanced handling
- GNCC-proven ITP® Holeshot® tires provide maximum traction and stability
- Aluminum alloy rims feature welded inserts for added strength and durability
- 90 watts of halogen lighting power gives the nighttime rider exceptional visibility
- Sport-style serrated footpegs allow maximum rider mobility and control


this thing sux

I have a 2004 KFX 700 and couldn’t be happier. It’s Torq is amazing right off the bat and the power is unmatched. You can compete against the dunesters in the sand and then smoke mountain bikes in the hills and trails. Its the best overall machine around.

we have a 2004 model and we love it there is only a few bikes that can keep up but it’s a GREAT bike and fast !

ill be in racing sooonn . and im only 15. and im figuring out what kind of 4wheeler i should start out withh.. <33

how fast does it go ?

I have a kfx700 and its and 04 it is the best and most comfortable sport quad I have have rode.I can beat anything out there....I kill the 450’s and I also eat alive a raptor 700.....You want to make the machine unstoppable put the clutch kit in, get a rev box,dual exuahst...and nothing out there will touch you and I mean that......I have even beat banshees of the line and in sand drags.........

I recently bought a 2004 kfx 700 and I absolutely love it!
It is the most incredible machine I’ve ever owned. if you are thinking about buying one, don’t hesitate, you won’t regret it. It is GOD aweful fast! Mild to wild! my 8 year old rides it too. I weigh 250 and it is a good choice for us big guys, and it is stock and I beat a legendary honda 450r! swear to god! the kfx 700 is a great trail bike too, it is the best all around ATV for the money, in my opinion, I’ve never been stuck and I’ve tried, tons of power, I’ve been told a after market pipe will make it sound like a harley, I just ordered a K@N air filter today...

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