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 of rush. All vehicles are properly valued options, so just a matter of refinement of the power delivery and incredible engine that finesse that we’ve been talking about. Kawasaki s setup that is providing the Ignition Management System. This is made precisely to deal with this sudden acceleration to smooth power delivery at all times, especially during races to ensure. It works by monitoring parameters such as the SPD engine, throttle position, the bicycle as s SPD and the position of the gear and various engine temperatures to intervene when necessary.From terms of the frame, we again expect a good front-back equilibrium, while the race-ready suspension and braking performance how the 2009 Ninja ZX-10R is intended to give to be driven on the circuit. The twin-spar frame achieved recommended a balance between rigidity and resistance, while the pressed beam swingarm with a top-mounted brace significantly contributes both to preserve the stability at high speed and accuracy during sharp turns back.

Ninja s fully adjustable 43mm inverted fork features four.7 inches of travel and stand out from the DLC coating, while the fully adjustable Uni-Trak rear suspension provides 4.9 inches of travel. On both ends, the wheels measuring 17 inches in diameter, but the extra disc binders different diameters. So up front, we work with LL a couple of 310mm petal discs with multiple four-piston radial mount calipers at the rear with a single 220mm petal disc with aluminum single piston caliper as independent of one cycle and opportunities for go fast and will eventually have to stop that is as scary as a higher speed sometimes (hmm for the passenger, of course).

The knowledge that the weight needs to be stopped as low as possible (so easy on the hamburgers all) has the same advantage as with powerful acceleration. In this case, curb weight is 458.6 pounds not bad for a bike that hasn t renewed as a 2009 model year.

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