Somehow i think we are not getting the whole story, if it's not a bogus post all together.Here is a link to story about a new KFX with bend frame. I don't know, it could be possible ?
So true. Seen accidents you swear you would of totaled the quad, but very little damage. Then others where it didn't look bad at all, but had way more damage. It all it how you hit, and what angle which can cause the most issues.Funny thing about crashes it's always the track, riding surface or Quad's fault. The owner blames the manufactory for a design flaw or bad alum weld or poor A-arm design. Crashes are weird and terrible things, the earth is just flat hard. And just a simply roll at the right place and right angle could have cause that much damage. Kawasaki or any manufactory can only design so much toughness (lack of better word) into each unit. I guess what I’m trying to say “hit something hard enough or at the right place and something will break”. And Off-road riding of any type can do that. Know your skill level and be safe. Have good time riding your quad whatever it is !!!![/b]