2006 Kawasaki KX450F Service Manual


I recently obtained the 2006 Kawasaki KX450F Service Manual and wanted to share.

If you do any amount of maintenance on your steed, you absolutely want / need the service manual.

So without further a due, here it is:

2006 KX450F Service Manual (7mb)

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Post a comment if you appreciate the download πŸ™‚

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18 Responses to 2006 Kawasaki KX450F Service Manual

  1. nic says:

    Thanks heaps for the manual, I realy needed it.
    i was nopeing to find one on the net and was not haveing much luck, so you realy saved me, thanks again.

  2. MXGuy says:

    You are welcome. Glad to be of some help.

  3. Brock says:

    wow, seriously big thanks. Exactly what i needed. I just gotta buy a lot of ink too print that out. also i was trying to buy it from a near by dealer and they told me they couldn’t get any service manual for it which is big time BS but thanks man i got it now just need to print out πŸ™‚

  4. Orri says:

    thanks man your are the best ;o)

  5. Steven says:

    will this manual work for the 2008 kx450f i noticed that on ebay they had some manuals for sale and they said they would work from 2006 to 2008 just wondering thanks so much

  6. MXGuy says:

    I’m sorry, but I don’t have any idea. They certainly might work though.

  7. luke says:

    Mate, thanks a ton for this…

  8. Demon says:

    This manual is for a 2006 4 gear, the 2008 has 5 gears. DonΒ΄t know if much else is different though….

    Thanks a lot for sharing πŸ™‚

  9. Dennis says:

    Thanks mate, been looking for this for a while now….

  10. Criss says:

    Appreciate the effort in posting the service manual!

  11. john atkins says:

    Ok so i traded my civic for a 2006 kx 450. I didnt get a title only a bill of sale, ive looked on the bike everywhere and cant seem to find the vin #? I found the serial # i took the bike to the police station before I traded all they could find was the serial #????they ran the serial number and said just be sure to get a bill of sale. Any idea to where the vin # is?????

  12. MXGuy says:

    It should be stamped on the steering neck… Unless it’s been ground off… Which I hope for your sake it’s not.

  13. john atkins says:

    ive looked long n hard theres no markings like it was scraped off or anything i just cant find it. i talked to someone at a shop he told me some racie bike dnt have it like a team bike or something? bikes arent my thing so i dnt knw too much.

  14. MXGuy says:

    Oh, yeah that is true if it was a team bike or a marketing bike (like the ones that Transworld MX and other mags get). I’m guessing you don’t know where it originally came from then?

  15. john atkins says:

    no i got it in Kingman AZ hes an older guy not like a crook or anything like that, thats why i didnt make a big deal of the no title thing. im trying to trade the bike and i dnt want anything to go wrong (stolen) but the police department checked out the bike so im guessing its ok??? another question i have is would a 2006 kx 450 its in great shape runs strong no problems, be too good of a deal to trade a 2006 ktm also in good condition straight across???

  16. MXGuy says:

    hey John, you are simply getting my opinions, and I don’t claim to know everything — these are just my opinions, so can I make a suggestion? Register over at http://www.allthingsmoto.com and create a new thread about your bike and you’ll get a ton of opinions and can then make the decision for yourself.

    As far as your bike and the title, I would call your local DMV and see what they say about the bike not having a VIN#, since without it some states won’t allow you to register it — which might be why it doesn’t have a title still. Typically when a bike doesn’t have a title your state will create a new one when it’s registered. So it’s not a big deal, but without a VIN they might not allow you register it, and therefore, not provide a title for it.

    As far as the trade, that’s a tough question, KTM’s are really nice, but some don’t like the ergo’s and wouldn’t do it. I however, like KTM’s just fine and actually don’t like the KX450 ergo’s at all. So for me the trade would be a GO, but I can’t make that decision for you. Both are great bikes.

  17. wambo/crashlander says:

    Thank You very much ,, i’ve been looking for this manual and nobody seems to have it in stock. You can find manuals on 1970 model bikes but not this one. I would still like to have the book version, but this one will be on my desktop for quick reference. Good job,, I could just hug your neck.

  18. Karen McKay says:

    I’ve just downloaded this for my brother, he purchased this bike, but didn’t get the manual. Thank you so much for posting this!