Honda Grom vs Kawasaki Z125 Race Video | Which 125cc is Faster?

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– 2016 Mini Bike Drag Race | Grom 125 vs Kawasaki Z125 –

Kawasaki couldn’t let Honda roll in the $$ all by themselves with how hot the ‘mini-bike’ motorcycle market has been since the release of the MSX125 in 2013 (Grom in 2014 for the rest of the world)

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Kawasaki decided to keep with the same displacement of the MSX / Grom and release the mini Z as a 125cc too so there would be no doubts as to who its direct competitor would be. Naturally, as with anything else… We’ve got to see which one is faster!

The jury is still out as to which one is truly faster in a ‘race’ as there are a million variables that come into play. What variables? Ride weight, rider skill, performance mods, stock vs stock, shifting without a clutch, who got the hit first etc as the list can go on and on. Since the Z125 is still barely rolling off the production line across the world, we’ll have to wait until more people get them and post up Z125 vs Grom race videos to see which one is truly faster than the other in a race. In the end, we’re talking about 125cc motorcycles that weren’t built by Honda and Kawasaki to race and or be performance bikes so this shouldn’t be something we all take too seriously… But the majority of us all have a competitive side so we’ll always try to argue and talk smack about whose bike faster.

Let’s play a little game BEFORE YOU WATCH THE VIDEO… Comment below on whether you the Grom 125 or Z125 will win and let’s see how many end up correct.

Well, after watching the Z125 vs Grom race – Were you right on which one was faster in this race?

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4 Comments on this post

  1. Gearing Ratios say the Z125 will be faster over the shorter distance races, Grom will edge past in the longer races due to it’s overdrive 4th gear.

    Glen /
  2. This is my video and no one ever asked for permission to repost it on their website. Make sure to give credit when credits due boss!

    MLow /
    • Giving credit where it’s due is sharing your video is how I’ve always considered things as you can clearly see who’s video it is. Not giving credit where it’s due would be doing like these guys do that “steal” a video by downloading it from your YouTube channel and then re-uploading it on my YouTube channel and laying “claim” to it per say. Never had anyone get upset over just simply sharing a video as sharing it in return is giving you credit as they see what YouTube account it is from and also the more people that share it means you’ll get more views which means more $$ in your pocket that wouldn’t be there without it being shared. The video barely had a couple hundred hits until I shared it and now it’s about to tip over 1,000 in the matter of a couple days.

      • No worries at all man, after reading my comment I may have come off a little aggressive and that wasn’t the intention at all. A lot of people on the forums keep saying it’s Kevins video and he will be filming a few others and yada yada. Just a little frustrating when they don’t get the information right. Nothing you purposely did saying it was your video or anything like that. I posted this video just for a few people to see immediately what happened. Nothing serious was ever to be made out of it but we will be filming a few more videos of “real races” on the track and on straight aways. Stay tuned.

        MLow / (in reply to HondaPro Kevin)

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