In our never-ending quest to bring TransWorld Motocross readers the coolest, most up-to-date information, we are proud to present even more photos of the 2004 Kawasaki KXF250 four-stroke in action. Our Japanese correspondent was on hand at a the Meihan track in the Nara prefecture in Japan this weekend, where Kawasaki Japan decided to give the bike it’s race debut. Kawasaki’s Shinichi Inoue had the honors of giving the bike its race debut, and reports have the bike looking extremely fast in comparison to its competition. Because the factory was using the race as testing, Inoue pulled off several times during the moto for adjustments and was not concerned with his race finish.The bike’s first official race (and the Suzuki RMF250’s, too) will be at the All Japan National MX Championships Series opener in three weeks. Also rumored to be making their debut at the event are a Suzuki RMF450, Honda CRs with new chassis and an aluminum-framed Yamaha YZ.