Kawasaki ZX7 and ZX7R — Ninja or Not?

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ZX7 and ZX7R — A Tale of Two

They move like the lethal Japanese warrior for they’re named: the Kawasaki ZX7 and . known to most American as the first Kawasaki Ninja.

Taken from the more ZXR-750, the ZX-7R was Kawasaki’s to make a race replica bike for the motorcycling public. The was an ultra fast sports that many riders moved like a jet fighter. by a 749 cc in-line four-… engine and of speeds over 160 mph, the ZX7 and its companion, the ZX7R, both the road like a cheetah dinner across the Savanna!

enthusiasts complained that initially confused buyers by its range of 750 sports bikes ZX7 in the United States and ZXR750 else. In 1996 Kawasaki to use the same name worldwide so the version became the ZX7R and the version became the ZX7RR. still sounds a little to me!)

Key characteristics of both models the braking and suspension systems, by technology developed on racetracks. racing experience helped engineer a bike with stability and reliability. The basic remained unchanged for eight from its inception to its last run in 2003.

The ZX-7R’s excellent praised by owners and enthusiasts was delivered by 320 mm semi-floating front and tokiko 6 piston calipers. brakes featured a 230 mm disc a twin piston opposed

The ZX-7RR differed from the model somewhat. It had larger flat-side carburetors, an alloy adjustable head-stock angle, arm, with a close gearbox fitted as standard and front calipers. The ZX-7R’s used was a lightweight aluminum created by computer-aided design to its strength.

The same fabrication were used on the swing arm a hollow cast and pressed alloy hybrid. The UNI-TRAK suspension system featured a lightweight alloy and aluminum The UNI-TRAK system was designed to a progressively stiffer damping and rate under compression.

being comparatively heavier and somewhat tank-ish compared to its ultra-powerful competitors, the 7RR ruled the Motorcycle Association race for the better part of the 1990s. At the of riders such as Scott and Doug Chandler, the 7RR became a as it brought Kawasaki into an era of dominance. Russell and Chandler’s efforts brought Kawasaki an four AMA championships over years.

Russell also took the 750 to the world superbike series, he silenced all the critics with his 1993 WSB championship.

According to Tim Kreitz in his Wikipedia article, Older Sportsbikes: The ZXR750/ZX7RR, for the part of the decade, was the quintessential motorcycle. Its impact on racing and modern culture was so great even to this day, sportbikes — Kawasaki or not are referred to as ‘Ninjas’ by the general

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