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Here is a list of every Kawasaki two stroke engine motorcycles over the years:

H1 Mach III 500 (Produced: 1968-1972) (a two stroke triple)
H2 Mach IV 750 (Produced: 1971-1975) (a two stroke triple)
S1 250 (Produced: 1972) (a two stroke triple)
S2 350 (Produced: 1972) (a two stroke triple)
S3 400 (a two stroke triple)
A1 Samurai (250cc two stroke twin with rotary valve induction; produced 1966-72; also produced as SS version with high mount exhaust)
A7 Avenger (350cc version of A1; produced 1967-72; also produced as SS version)
B8 (125cc two stroke piston ported single dual purpose: produced 1966-67)
F1 and F1TR (175 two stroke piston ported single street bike;produced 1966; TR was the dual purpose version)
F2 and F2TR (175cc two stroke rotary valve single street bike;produced 1966-69; TR was the dual purpose version;produced 1966-67)
F3 (175cc two stroke rotary valve single dual purpose;produced 1968-70)
F4 (250cc two stroke rotary valve single dual purpose;produced 1969-70)
F5 (350cc two stroke rotary valve single dual purpose;produced 1970-71)
F6 (125cc two stroke rotary valve single dual purpose;produced 1971-74)
F7 (updated version of F3;produced 1971-75)
F8 (updated version of F4;produced 1971-72)
F9 (updated version of F5;produced 1972-75)
F11 (updated version of F8;produced 1972-75)

If you see something wrong, or needs to be added to this list, please post up in this thread.
 

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Correction:
S2 350 was produced 1971 - 1973

Missing:
G31-M Centurion Greenstreak Single Cylinder Rotary Valve 100cc
KX series
KT 250 Trials
 

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I don't see the Kawasaki Serpico; Kawasaki Victor M/S; Kawasaki KRR; Kawasaki ZX 150. These are 150cc, single cylinder, 2 stroke machines. They are water cooled and have power valves. Rumoured 38 hp.. Made in the 1990's - 2000's. The ZX 150 might still be manufactured.
Made in Thailand.
 

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Also the KS series and my Mother had a 90cc road bike rotary valve 2 stroke, there was also an 80cc minibike I cannot remember the designation (too long ago) also the KR250
 

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I don't see the Kawasaki Serpico; Kawasaki Victor M/S; Kawasaki KRR; Kawasaki ZX 150. These are 150cc, single cylinder, 2 stroke machines. They are water cooled and have power valves. Rumoured 38 hp.. Made in the 1990's - 2000's. The ZX 150 might still be manufactured.
Made in Thailand.
YES!!! THIS 150CC,2 STROKE BIKE, USED KIPS (Kawasaki Integrated Power valve System-almost like vtec) ARE MOST POPULAR IN SOUTHEAST ASIA TILL NOW. ALREADY BEAT APRILIA RS250 IN FASTEST LAP IN SEPANG F1 CIRCUIT..:mfclap:
 

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from memory, the models avail in Australia
starting late 60's
J series J1 roadbike, J1M MX scrambler 80cc+++
G Series, G1, GA2, GA3SS, GA2A, G3TR +++++90 cc
GA5A 100 road
G4TR series 100 Trail (hilo ratio)
MT 1 80 cc mini bike
B1 B1L B1LA 125 road bike, electric start
F6 125 trail bike
F1, F2, F3, F7, 175 Trail bikes
F4 sidewinder, F8, F11 250Trail bikes
A1, Samuraii 250 twin road
A7 Avenger 350 twin road
F5 big horn 350 trail bike
All the triples
up to around 1974
and I've missed a few there too
 

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Has anybody got any of the oldies in their possession, If so what?
Unfortunately I parted company with the GA2A quite a while ago. I had upgraded it to 100cc and it was a real whoopee machine for its size.
 

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hi all....i just bought krr se150ninja.....just reach 1000km....i did full throtle...can reach 200km/ per hour.....well its just a standard bike....no modified...
 

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Another missing rare one it seems

I have a 1979 KM100 I didn't see on the list. Not sure if it's the same as the KE100. I own 1979 KM100 and a 1980 KE100 and they don't look the same.
 

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I see the B8 model listed, but I do not see anything about the J1 series motorcycles listed. I have one-half interest in a bike with ID plate identifying the bike as a J1M. The limited information that I have about that model states that it is quite uncommon, or nearly rare. Should that model be included in the "List", and is there any information about this rare variant of the J1 series on this forum?
 
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