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Launch Control - 2912-907

  • Part #:
    585038
  • Mfg Part #:
    2912-907
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Launch Control - 2912-907

  • Part #:
    585038
  • Mfg Part #:
    2912-907
  • OEM/Ref#:
Price: $119.95
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Pro Circuit Launch Control - 2912-907
  • The Pro Circuit Launch Control device will help compress the forks down a few inches from the normal seated position on the bike
  • When locked down at the start of a race, more load will be placed on the front end instead of the rear, lessening the chance of a wheelie out of the gate
  • Launch Control features a springless design that delivers positive engagement and consistent release
  • Start trigger eases the setting and disengaging process
  • CNC-machined out of aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Lightweight design
  • Made in the U.S.A.

 

  • Included Items:
    (1) Red aluminum launch control trigger assembly includes (2) screws and (2) cupped washers
    (1) Black aluminum fork ring (59mm) with socket head screw
    (1) Aluminum drill guide
    (1) 3/4 in. countersink bit
    Instructions
Specifications
Part #: 585038
Mfg #: 2912-907
Type Launch Control
Units Each
Weight 0.30 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
04500258
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Fitment for Pro Circuit Launch Control - 2912-907

Part 585038 fits the following machines

Kawasaki
  • KX250F 2009-2016
  • KX250F Monster Energy 2009
  • KX450F 2009-2014

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This is the right part # for a 2013 kx 250f not the one on the website.
June 12, 2019
Christiansburg, VA
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2020 kx250 and a 2013 kx250f