Three new destroked Kwackers for 2011: The Kawasaki Ninja 400R, ER4N and…

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Kawasaki Ninja 400R

Three new destroked Kwackers for The Kawasaki Ninja 400R, and ER4F?

2011 Kawasaki 400R

The sharp folks at have managed to lay their on a few pictures of the brand new 400cc of the ever popular Kawasaki These motorcycles seem a Japanese launch in the near as Japan is one market that encourages the 250cc and 400cc capacity motorcycles with big tax

On the other end of the spectrum, the Japanese heavily taxes the larger motorcycles thus making it much more difficult for motorcycle enthusiasts to afford and them. So, the Japanese market a plethora of small capacity like the Kawasaki Balius II and the Hornet 250, both of rev to the moon and have plenty of pep to most folks happy and Now, from what hearing, Kawasaki’s 2011 of 400cc Ninjas will close to 70 Bhp, just a lesser than their elder brother the Kawasaki 650R parallel twin.

We don’t buy this. While power output is quite on banzai inline fours, a twin producing close to 70 Bhp a little far fetched given the that highly strung fours like the Honda 250 produce close to 40 Bhp or 160 Bhp per liter, the Ninja 250R pumps out 33 Bhp or 130 Bhp per in terms of specific outputs.

By this analogy, the 400cc twin Ninjas producing 70 Bhp amount to a very high output 175 Bhp per liter which doesn’t seem very more so in parallel twin This said, this output can be very much if the 400cc 2011 Ninjas with a highly strung four engine.

Kawasaki Ninja 400R

While these motorcycles extremely alluring, especially in the context, we’re more a little skeptical about the strung 400s in inline guise, making it to Indian The reasons of course would be the which for the Japanese models, be quite high given the that they would have to brought in, in CBU guise and the fact that India not have a Free Trade with Japan yet though the end of might present a different on this aspect. Yet another for the CBUs not coming directly to in inline four guise be the highly strung motors would require good quality, thus giving motorcycles extremely limited

This, especially as motorcyclists who buy the Ninjas for the lower prices be the ones who most likely like to do long distance than just the occasional days and weekend poser Now, lets consider scenario, that of the Ninja being parallel twins power outputs close to 50-55 Bhp. In that these motorcycles could be in lower states of tune, making them perfect for roads and more importantly the quality away from the big

The recently set up India Kawasaki can assemble these motorcycles and if happens, a price of about INR 4-5 or even lesser could be a reality. If Thailand also the 2011 Ninja 400s, nothing like it, as we have with the Thai. All in all, a 400cc Ninja, parallel or inline four, would be a better bet than the boring, Ninja 650R. Bring it on PLEASE!

Till then of course, will be the name of the game.

Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R
Kawasaki Ninja 400R


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