KAWASAKI ZR 7 1999 – 2004

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Kawasaki ZR 7

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KAWASAKI ZR 7 738 (1999 – 2004)

History

The Kawasaki ZR-7 is a naked bike motorcycle category of the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki, which was sold from 1999 to 2004. Competing models were the Suzuki GSF 600, Yamaha Fazer and the Honda CB 600 F Hornet. Kawasaki remained true to its legendary line of the motorcycle four-cylinder, air-cooled engines, with the traditional 750 cubic centimeters. Through their extra capacity offers the ZR-7

The Kawasaki ZR-7 is a naked bike motorcycle category of the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki, which was sold from 1999 to 2004. Competing models were the Suzuki GSF 600, Yamaha Fazer and the Honda CB 600 F Hornet. Kawasaki remained true to its legendary line of the motorcycle four-cylinder, air-cooled engines, with the traditional 750 cubic centimeters. Through their extra capacity offers the ZR-7, compared to the competition, today characterized by their enormous performance. The concept worked.

After its introduction it became the best-selling motorcycle from Kawasaki in Germany soon.

But the introduction of the Euro 3 standard strict ultimately led in 2003 to stop production of the ZR-seventh A renovation would have been possible only with considerable effort and was not in any healthy relationship to the already sharply declining sales. Thus, the ZR-7 of its successor, the Kawasaki Z 750 was replaced.

Nevertheless, it has a large fan base, who appreciate their extremely loyal and reliable companion in today’s times.

The ZR-7 is a fundamentally new concept motorcycle, which has only taken the engine from the predecessor Zephyr 750th However, this was clearly technically obsolete.

Changes to the engine compared to the 750 Zephyr included the introduction of the K-TRIC (Kawasaki Throttle Responsive Ignition Control) said ignition system. It provides a function of throttle position and speed by means of adjustment of the optimum ignition timing for an improved gas control in the lower engine speeds. Furthermore, the ZR-7 was added to a float chamber heater to improve cold start performance and cold run.

Additional built-in engine block vents provide cooling through sprinkle the piston from the bottom with oil. Further, the oil pump is provided with a larger trochoid. This has been increased from 16mm to 20mm for the oil pressure to increase, as the oil jets were added to the flask.

The timing chain tensioner has been modified, an integrated chain tensioner on the primary chain and changed the gear tooth flank profile found their way into the ZR-seventh The motor paint changed from silver to black.

And finally, the exhaust system was revised. Thus, a 4-into-2-into-1 system from the original 4-into-2 system.

Their driving behavior is now considered good-natured, and therefore also makes it easy to control for beginners.

Since the ZR-7 was a very mature motorcycle from the beginning, there was only a small part of Kawasaki rise to modification.

Launch of the ZR-7

Kawasaki ZR 7

Colors: Blue, Red and Gold

Launch of the ZR-7S

Both models get stiffer fork springs and firmer set in the damping.

Colors: Blue, Silver and Red

The undisguised version is supplemented by an automatic daytime running lights.

Approvals from 1999 to 2003 according to Kawasaki Germany

The Kawasaki ZR-7 was replaced by setting its production in 2003 by the Kawasaki Z 750th

Naked Bikes: 750 Z | Z 1000 | 800 W

Supersport: (Ninja series): 250R | ZX-6R | ZX-10R

Kawasaki ZR 7
Kawasaki ZR 7
Kawasaki ZR 7


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