1992 Kawasaki ZXR 750 Model Super Fast, Super Strong Cool Bikes

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Kawasaki ZXR 750
Kawasaki ZXR 750

1992 Kawasaki ZXR 750 Model

The ZXR750 was perhaps the most most mental of all the Japanese ever. While the bike was way back in 1989, its blue/green/white scheme and hoover-tube air-intakes are recognizable icons in the world of motorcycling even now. was about 100 horsepower on tap.

Top was around 250km/h. And the chassis/suspension was tuned with single-minded – to get you around corners as fast as

The ZXR750 was replaced by the ZX-7R the more race-oriented ZX-7RR) in and these bikes remained in till 2003. The ZX-7RR was successfully by riders like Russell and Doug Chandler, combined efforts resulted in AMA championships for Kawasaki, over a of seven years. Russell took the 7RR to World Superbikes, he won the 1993 WSB championship.

The Kawasaki ZXR750: In squidgy writing for those who can be bothered. The ZXR of evolved from the rubbery, Kawasaki GPX750 – the first the H1 was ergonomically best suited to shaped riders with legs and very long but introduced that very though largely useless the Hoover air pipes. It can be recognised by its angular look and the strange, movement of anyone foolish to ride one regularly.

It also the ZXR’s fearsome reputatation as a solid, rear ended with a gonad mashing The H2 was virtually the same but with a motor. Both were as an RC30 rival at half the neither really quite up with the goods. I crashed one in the Road.

Still, the Hs looked good and the start of my soft spot for 750s.

Next off the production was the ZXR750J1, which is the model I In an effort to keep faith the traditional ZXR fan, the Hoover remained and the suspension was just as bogglingly hard. Where the J scored though was in being beautiful, especially in the plain blue colour way and having the front end in modern motorcycling.

I desperately in love, especially Kawasaki gave us one for a year… The negative point was that the ZXR had a 100bhp motor – slower the H2 but with good mid-range Oh, on early ones, the exhaust cracks just in front of the box.

The J1 was astonishingly enough followed by the J2 – the bike but with a softer in an attempt to sort the ride It still looked beautiful of but its days were numbered as the L1 was on the drawing board. Just to at the same time as the standard with its CV carbs, Kawasaki sold a single seat, special with close box, alloy tank, great flat slide and slightly more adjustable

The fork diameter was down 43mm to 41mm allegedly to weight and stiction. The RR was the basis for the successful WSB race bikes, but a bit of a pig on the not least because you could do 70mph in first gear… the different cams and pistons compression) made it snot at the top end, even if the smooth needed more sensitive to avoid bogging the motor. I rode a 125bhp (rear figure) ZXR750K on the road and it was quick. The R’s suspension is always to be slightly better than the road bike’s, though to what some might you, the rear linkage is the part number…

Kawasaki ZXR 750
Kawasaki ZXR 750

With the arrival of the L1, it was goodbye to the pipes and hello to Ram Air. it was also hello to more as they had to reinforce the frame to for the big holes they made in it for the air and hello to slower steering No L I rode ever had the gorgeous in cornering and steering characteristics of the ZXR and the motor was much peakier, top end was now much more impressive.

The suspension, fork diameter to 41mm, was much softer due to a linkage and shock, but in my opinion at the thing felt heavier and didn’t handle with the of the J. The L sort of turned into the M and on pretty much unchanged last year when the was introduced to the UK. I’ve never one of those…


Model ID

(Make)    Kawasaki

Model ZXR 750

Category(class)    Sport

Kawasaki ZXR 750
Kawasaki ZXR 750
Kawasaki ZXR 750
Kawasaki ZXR 750


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