2009 Kawasaki ZX10R

Kawasaki s target, like any other Japanese manufacturer s, was the ultimate superbike to provide a machine combines power with finesse, sharp precision handling and attractive design with no killer riding position. And, as far as we can remember, the Green team has their Ninja ZX-10R powered by a carefully tuned 998cc, four-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC inline-four engine with four valves per cylinder. This provides a strong mid-range rush primarily with the gas-injection system with 43mm Keihin throttle bodies that there is an impressive maximum torque of service – 83.2 lbs-ft at 8700 rpm and maximum power – 200 hp at 12,500 rpm and that is more than we ve ever expected for a street legal motorcycle. The top speed of over 180 mph is also due to the six-speed SPD to ensure a steady flow...

Kawasaki ZX10R Sportbike

Kawasaki first introduced the Ninja ZX-10 as model year 2004. The totally new addition to their supersport lineup had come to replace the ZX-9R, which at that time had little left to make statements in the corresponsive division. The all-different addition was built and designed with a single goal: an ideal power to weight ratio. So the new 998cc inline four-cylinder engine crank axis, input shaft and output shaft were placed in a triangular layout of the engine length, the higher speed to reduce generator was placed behind the cyl. bank to reduce engine width and a PC. cil. crankcase assembly and not just reduction of weight, but also more rigid. So Kawasaki started with the basics and reaches the maximum. Being gas injection from the first years, the Ninja ZX-10R developed 175 hp at 11,500 rpm...

2010 Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The engine is the same 998cc, liquid cooled, inline-four, DOHC with four valves per cylinder and brings down an impressive 200bhp (with ram air intake). You can now see more of the consecrated with the new cockpit powerplant (more on that later) and the renewed darkened-out outlet might look like the final touches to the end of a serious review, but the fact is that no fund behind shape. The six-SPD s transmission shift mechanism is said so well tweaked, but if there is a technical upgrade that Kawasaki can brag about, this is the 18-position Ohlins steering damper. Both the suspension and brakes have been established for the railway, which is where this bike to most beautifully.At least the 2010 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R looks new and it’s all due to the now more slender body, you ll probably...

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The Kawasaki ninja zx10r is a supersport & Kawasaki’s followup to the ZX-9R sport bike. It was primitively issued in 2004 with junior revisions in 2005, it blends ultra-narrow chassis, low weight, radial brakes, and strong make it a very competitive package for its Japanese rivals: Suzuki’s GSX-R 1000, Honda’s CBR1000RR & Yamaha Company’s R1. The ninja zx10r gained Best Superbike from Cycle world magazine & the authoritative international Masterbike competition. It is known to be the most ‘hard edged’ or track directed out of the Japanese 1ltr inline 4 cyl. Kawasaki technologists utilized a “stack” pattern for a liquid-cooled, 998 cc inline 4 cylinder motor cycles, with comparatively smart guidance and a ferocious powerband. According...
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