This is the difference between the D-Tracker Kawasaki and KLX150
This is the difference between the D-Tracker Kawasaki and KLX150 – The Kawasaki D-Tracker with KLX150 may look the same. But actually these two models are different creatures when viewed from their function.
D-Tracker is intentionally made a green gang, to meet the needs in the urban environment, KLX is more targeting the off-road segment. Certainly the components used are not the same. What are the differences between D-Tracker and KLX?
Speaking of appearance, the most striking is in the legs. D-Tracker carries the concept of supermoto, using tires with profiles for asphalt roads. The dimensions are 17 inches with specifications 100/80 for the front tires and 120/70 at the rear. This makes it look rather cungkring due to the large gap between the body with the wheels.
Kawasaki KLX uses a dual purpose alias tofu model to scratch the ground. The size is also larger, 21 inches in front and 18 inches behind. This application is certainly not suitable for daily use, because of its high riding position.
Another differentiator lies in the rate stop device. Both D-Tracker wheels have discs that are larger than KLX. The front of the D-Tracker is a 300mm single semi-floating petal disc and behind a 220mm single petal disc. This large dimension indicates that the D-Tracker requires braking performance that is capable of facing high speeds. Unlike KLX, which uses a smaller size, 240mm single petal disc in front and 190mm single petal disc on the back.
For the suspension, the D-Tracker and KLX the highest variants use the same components, telescopic upside down (USD) 35mm. Functionally, USD has better capabilities than standard telescopic. Behind there is Uni-Trak which can be set to 5 levels of preload. The point gives the driver the freedom to adjust the comfort of damping according to road conditions.
The frames and machines in both are the same. The 1-cylinder 144cc mechanical heart configuration with a power output of 11.8 Tk at 8,000 rpm and a twisting moment of 11.3 Nm at 6,500 rpm. What distinguishes the final gear ratio settings. D-Tracker is set to be able to adapt to the driving style on the on-road track, such as urban areas.
This Kawasaki supermoto breath is longer than KLX, which affects fuel consumption. The impact, it is more comfortable to use as daily transportation. The overall power is channeled to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission system.
Interested in buying a D-Tracker? There are two variants that you can choose according to your budget or taste. The highest type of D-Tracker SE is priced at Rp. 34.5 million or USD 2,430. This special model is reinforced by several accessories, which not only improve the appearance but also have functions, including: Fatbar, Handle Cover, Frame cover, Skid Plate and black rim. The second choice of the standard D-Tracker without the completeness of additional components is pegged at Rp. 32.8 million or USD 2,310. This price is OTR status for the Jakarta area.