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Would just like to know if onyone here has had any experience with the Ksr 110 engine As i am looking at using one in my next bike build as I have found out that a 210cc bore and stroke kit is available for this engine and would like to try this combonation in my next bike build .

Any info would be handy

cheers Nat
 

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Sounds cool Nat! I stopped working on the smaller Kawasaki engines when the 2-strokes started to go away, I mean we do work on the 250cc ninja engines, but not as much as I would like.

I wish I could be more of a help, but instead I'll post some generic engine info, and stand back while cheering you on! :)
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The Kawasaki KSR110 is a motorcycle manufactured in Thailand by Kawasaki. It is a midget supermoto (Supermotard).
Ksr110 specs Engine Type:111 cc,air cooled, single cylinder,4-stroke Bore x stroke (mm) 53 mm x 50.6 mm Compression ratio 9.5:1

Ksr110 specs
Engine Type:111 cc,air cooled, single cylinder,4-stroke Bore x stroke (mm) 53 mm x 50.6 mm Compression ratio 9.5:1 ENGINE
Engine Type Air-cooled, 4-stroke, Single cylinder, SOHC, 2 valves
Bore & Stroke(mm) 53.0 mm x 50.6 mm Displacement(cm³) 111 cm³ Compression Ratio 9.5 :1 a) Maximum power 5.8 kW {7.9 PS} @ 8,000 rpm b) Maximum torque 8.1 N·m {0.82 kgf·m} @ 6,000 rpm Fuel System Carburetor KEIHIN PB18 Starting Kick Ignition Battery and coil (transistorized) Lubrication Forced lubrication ((wet sump) DRIVETRAIN Transmission 4-speed, Constant mesh, Return shift Gear ratios: 1st 3.000 (36/12) 2nd 1.937 (31/16) 3rd 1.350 (27/20) 4th 1.086 (25/23) 5th - 6th - Final reduction ratio 2.066 (31/15) Clutch Centrifugal and wet multi disc FRAME
Type Tube backbone Caster (rake) 26º Tyre a) front 100/90-12 49J Tubeless b) rear 100/90-12 49J Tubeless SUSPENSION
Front: Type Telescopic fork (upside-down) Rear: Type Swingarm BRAKES
Front: Type Single disc Rear: Type Single disc DIMENSIONS
Overall length 1,670 mm Overall width 705 mm Overall height 995 mm Wheelbase 1,165 mm Ground clearance 225 mm Curb mass 85 kg Fuel capacity 7.3 liters Seat height 750 mm
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Yes correct nick these bikes are built in thailand were i live and that is why im thinking of using one of these bikes as a donar bike as i can buy one quite cheap licenced .Also this is were the 210cc kit has been developed also for this engine as the thais seem to get some quite good results out of most of these small bike engines
 
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