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GP’s Classic Steel #2: 1984 Kawasaki SR125

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  1. I raced the 1985 KX125 in the day. What an awesome 125 that was, had a horsepower advantage over all the rest, got a ton of holeshots on it. Raced it for 4 years and it was still competitive.

  2. From 1980-83 his factory rides had the dual radiators which did not replicate the production models from ‘81-83. It’s was nice to see his first national title came with the one-sided radiator. That said, the one-sided unit was always an awkward look. However, in ‘83 I had the CR, but the KX was bike you wanted that year.

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