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2010 Kawasaki Z1000 and Specifications

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this latest in a long of … Kawasaki streetbikes, we out the old rules and started with a sheet, drawing upon than 35 years of experience in the people what they If the new Z1000 knocks your out, that’s exactly we had in mind. Even more though, is the feeling this one every time you twist the

A sharp new front cowl back at an acute angle the Z1000’s new nose, followed by a instrument panel, visible an orange lens, that can be to suit rider preference. below that a long, headlight represents Kawasaki’s use of a line-beam unit. Following the rearward, the eyes will encounter a dynamically designed gas tank, flared on the sides to let you it with your knees, and at the rear for a snug fit.

The low and narrow at the front to make contact easy, and it flows rearward to end in a futuristically retro LED behind a red lens.

Previous used a steel frame, but one gets its own all-new aluminum Similar in concept to the frame of the ZX™-10R sportbike, the frame curve over the engine, in a narrow bike that’s to grip with the knees. The bolts in solidly, stressed-member at three places, and in a rubber at the upper rear of the crankcase for torsional rigidity and solid

Wherever possible, welds eliminated for a smooth, organic The main frame and swingarm areas, for example, are cast as a unit. The rear subframe is a aluminum …-casting, light, and beautiful.

At the heart of every bike is its engine. We didn’t bolt it into that for solid handling, we did it so you won’t what you’re riding: definitely feel those cubic centimeters of fuel-injected four-cylinder every time you the throttle. A secondary balance eliminates excess vibes, but on bike, a little bit of character is in.

In the same spirit, the bike’s air system uses ducts ahead of the fuel tank to air into the airbox, a placement lets the rider savor the sound of screaming air being into the engine’s downdraft

The Z1000’s inline-four cylinder uses a longish …—56mm—to the most impact in the rpm range used by … bike Long-… engines keep air velocity up for maximum midrange whatever the displacement. From any rpm, rolling the Z1000’s open provides the kind of gratification most sportbikes can’t quite muster.

said that, this also spins up noticeably from about 7000 rpm with a silky smooth, intoxicating response.

What do you need? Not much. How about new wheels, with spokes near the rims for a custom-wheel

We carried forward the quad-pipe from the last Z1000 the first Z1), but an under-engine pre let the engineers use shorter mufflers for looks, better mass and light, quick handling. A handlebar and aluminum footpegs from the Ninja ZX-10R with machined edges to the Z1000’s direct feel.

scrimped on the suspension and running either: A radial-pump master provides the latest in braking and feedback. Adding compression adjustability to the 41mm inverted gives it all-way tunability, and a new, horizontal placement of the shock provides typically performance.

The next time complains to you that modern have no soul, take for a ride on a new Z1000. Everything it is up-to-the-minute modern. But you can feel its every time you hit the starter.

one’s classic Kawasaki all the

All-new Engine

— DOHC, 16-valve 1,043cc offers greater torque and a top-end rush than Z1000 models

— and … of 77.0 x 56.0 mm chosen to achieve the desired character —strong in the everyday rpm most used by … bikes

— 38mm throttle bodies allow air to travel to the engine in the shortest distance

— Oval help keep the engine — a good thing since the bodies are positioned between the knees

— Soft rev provides good overrev; doesn’t drop off suddenly at rpm

— Crankshaft and transmission are arranged in a straight line of a triangular layout, to maintain the from the previous Z1000 — a that offers the best for a … model

— The crankshaft was lowered to for a longer … without engine height

— A balancer, driven off a gear on the web of the crankshaft, eliminates excess

Cool Air System

— The system routes cool air to the from ducts above the shrouds, minimizing performance due to heated intake air

— the ducts close to the rider the intake sound to be enjoyed by the

— A resonator inside the reduces noise at low rpm, and intake sound at high rpm


— The exhaust features a 4-into-2-pre-chamber-into-2 layout. end-caps maintain the quad-style

— Main and pre-catalyzers emissions are clean

— to the under-engine pre-chamber, silencer could be reduced. The silencers are lighter. Overall exhaust weight is about the same, but the new offers much better centralization and contributes to a lower of gravity

Fuel Pump

Slim-type fuel pump an integral fuel gauge

With revised fuel design and the slim-type fuel … volume inside the is minimized; fuel capacity is 4.1

All-New Aluminum Backbone

— An aluminum backbone designed specifically for the Z1000, and in concept to the frame of the Ninja allows a narrow construction is easy to grip with the

— Lightweight and highly the frame uses the engine as a member, for a firm, planted and enhanced stability

— is tuned to transmit the ideal of engine feedback directly to the

— The frame’s five-piece consists of steering stem, and right main frames, and two pieces. The two main frame have open C-shaped sections

— As much as welds were eliminated for and appearance. The frame beams and brackets are now single …-cast

— The new frame uses engine mounts; three are rigid, the upper rear mount is rubber

— The sub-frame is a three-piece aluminum construction, light, strong and for mass centralization

— The is an example of form and function negating the need for side and allowing underseat narrowness for a reach to the ground

All-New Rear Monoshock

— New suspension positions the shock and linkage above the swingarm it’s less exposed to heat and contributes to mass

— Visible from the the horizontal monoshock contributes to the appearance of the new Z1000

— characteristics are the same as those of a UNI-TRAK rear suspension: movement versus shock is the same ratio

— The features rebound damping and preload adjustability

Fully Adjustable Front

— The Z1000’s 41mm fork is adjustable for compression rebound damping and spring — and it’s protected from by a cool-looking shroud

— are designed for both sporty road performance and excellent on the street

Handlebar, Grips and

— The tubular handlebar is contributing to sharp, direct

— A wide, flat handlebar offers a design to those on off-road bikes, for control

— Tapered-type like those used on models, offer more feel

— Ninja footpegs with knIMGing good grip, direct and control and no-nonsense looks

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The passenger footpeg brackets convenient luggage hooks

— The Z1000’s 300mm petal brake discs are by opposed four-piston radial-mount (Caliper piston size is mm)

— A radial-pump front master cylinder contributes to the control and feel offered by the new

— The rear brake is a piston, pin-slide caliper a 250mm petal disc. The is mounted below the swingarm, and by a torque rod


— A tilting instrument panel multifunction LCD display behind an lens covers all systems

— Engine: Four-…, DOHC, four valves per inline-four

— Displacement:

— Bore x Stroke: x 56.0mm

— Compression 11.8:1

— Fuel DFI® with four Keihin throttle bodies, sub-throttles

— Ignition: TCBI digital advance

— Six-speed

— Final X-ring chain

— / Trail: 24.5 degrees / 4.1 in.

Frame Type: Aluminum

— Front Tire: ZR17

— Rear 190/50 ZR17

— 56.7 in.

— Front / Wheel Travel: 41 mm inverted fork with stepless and rebound damping, adjustable preload / 4.7 in.

— Rear / Wheel Travel: Horizontal with stepless rebound adjustable spring preload / 5.4 in.

Front Brakes: Dual petal-type rotors with four-piston calipers

— Brake: Single 250mm rotor with single-piston

— Overall Length: in.

— Overall Width: in.

— Overall Height: in.

— Seat Height: in.

— Fuel Capacity: 4.1 gal

Color Choices: Pearl White, Metallic Spark

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