Grand Prix Moto GP World Championship Motorcycle Super Streetbike

Rubric: Kawasaki | 30 May 2015 | Comments Off on Grand Prix Moto GP World Championship Motorcycle Super Streetbike
Grand Prix Moto GP World Championship Motorcycle Super Streetbike

The Grand Prix Revolution HOLD! 030_0309_grandprix_18_z.jpg Last year, the top class of Grand Prix road racing underwent a shakeup of epic dimensions when the GP rulebook was rewritten to give four-stroke racing motorcycles a nearly 100 percent displacement advantage over their two-stroke counterparts. This rule change made four-stroke motorcycles competitive in Grand Prix racing events for the first time since a very young Ozzy Osborne invented heavy metal with a new rock ‘n’ roll combo called Black Sabbath. This new rule completely changed the face of Grand Prix racing, and, as we are seeing in showrooms this year, it’s also changing the production motorcycles that we ride ...

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AutoRacing1.com – Hot News Page

Rubric: Kawasaki | 28 May 2015 | Comments Off on AutoRacing1.com – Hot News Page
AutoRacing1.com – Hot News Page

News (chronologically) 3/5 /04 Notes: Saturday Practice Ferrari’s rivals got a bit closer to the scarlet juggernaut during the two 45-minute practice sessions prior to the qualifying-sessions at Albert Park. Michael Schumacher is still on top, but his fellow F2004-steerer Rubens Barrichello was pipped to the line by a couple of BMW-Williams cars. The FW26, however, still doesn’t look great over the bumps. ‘No, it’s ok [in that area],’ tester Marc Gene insisted. Cristiano da Matta (12th) had another poor session in the Toyota as he was forced, again, to pull over on the circuit but it wasn’t another tire failure. ANGRY CHAMPION Before the young Brazilian ...

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When kick start my 2 stroke dirt bike it will not always catch – Fixya

Rubric: Kawasaki | 26 May 2015 | Comments Off on When kick start my 2 stroke dirt bike it will not always catch – Fixya
When kick start my 2 stroke dirt bike it will not always catch – Fixya

3 Suggested Solutions Relevant solutions from other related problems that we feel might be a fix. Yes, there is a proper way to start the engine. Four controls are on your bike to assist in starting. The choke, used when the engine is cold. Pull the red knob for choke. The Hot Start Lever, used when the engine is hot. Pull the lever to lean the fuel mix when the engine has been running. The de-compression lever, always used. The throttle, used to prime the cylinder. Don’t kick, instead, push the kick lever downward. You will feel the back pressure as the piston is going upward on the compression stroke to the point the pressure is great enough that the kick lever locks up. You are ...

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DRAGBIKE.COM, Headlining News From The Motorcycle Drag Racing World

Rubric: Kawasaki | 24 May 2015 | Comments Off on DRAGBIKE.COM, Headlining News From The Motorcycle Drag Racing World
DRAGBIKE.COM, Headlining News From The Motorcycle Drag Racing World

A LOOK BACK IN HISTORY. Some thirty years ago, the Japanese economy experienced a period of particularly high economic growth from the mid-1950s until the mid-1960s. Kawasaki grabbed this opportunity with both hands and the company’s production of motorbikes surged in response. Then some time around the middle the 1960s marked the start of the Supersports era. Kawasaki rode the wave generated by what later came to be called the Izanagi Boom and, in September 1966, the company proudly announced its W1, a motorcycle with a displacement of 650cc – at the time of its launch, this was the largest displacement bike on the Japanese market. In August 1967, the A1, more commonly known as ...

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Kawasaki KX450F makes for one wild ride / Second model year already is…

Rubric: Kawasaki | 19 May 2015 | Comments Off on Kawasaki KX450F makes for one wild ride / Second model year already is…
Kawasaki KX450F makes for one wild ride / Second model year already is…

Kawasaki KX450F makes for one wild ride / Second model year already is a major reworking Page 1 of 1 As I flew through the air at Southern California’s Lake Elsinore, there was a point when I marveled at the power of the new 2007 Kawasaki KX450F motocross bike. That was after I had lifted off from my bunny jump but before I landed rubber side up, grinding my shoulder into the dirt. There’s a reason low-caliber dirt riders don’t ride grade-A motocross bikes of the four-stroke, 450cc variety. They’re missiles in Skittles-colored clothing. Heading into supercross season, I wanted to get a taste of the technology that’s driving racers, and the sport itself, to new ...

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WIDE MAGAZINE

Rubric: Kawasaki | 17 May 2015 | Comments Off on WIDE MAGAZINE
WIDE MAGAZINE

Milan: the Piaggio Group The Piaggio Group was present at the world’s most important two-wheeler show with all its brands and top-of-the-range products, on a stylish stand dominated by a central circular shop whose windows showcased the new Vespa, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi lifestyle and accessories collections. Vespa Stand Vespa Stand Vespa Stand The press conference was opened by Chairman and CEO Roberto Colaninno: “Today we are presenting an extraordinary product at this world event, following on from the recent US launch of the Vespa 946 in New York, which has been a success beyond our expectations. The Vespa is an inimitable product: this year we’ll sell 170,000 (more than in 2012). ...

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2001 Kawasaki W650

Rubric: Kawasaki | 15 May 2015 | Comments Off on 2001 Kawasaki W650
2001 Kawasaki W650

2001 Kawasaki W650 – #x0024;5995 (CLearwater) 1141 Court Street 2001 KAWASAKI W650 Improved comfort and handling for this classic remake Kawasaki drew from the vaults of its own history when it created the W650. Reminiscent of the styling and technological design features of the Kawasaki W1 and W1SA parallel twin-cylinder motorcycles of the late ’60s and early ’70s, the W650 piqued the interest of enthusiasts everywhere. It only gets better in 2001. A new seat and redesigned tank pads enhance rider comfort, while revised steering geometry and front suspension changes improve handling. The W650’s twin cylinder, air-cooled 676cc engine churns out plenty of responsive ...

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Scuderi unveils Split-Cycle engine prototype – SAE International

Rubric: Kawasaki | 14 May 2015 | Comments Off on Scuderi unveils Split-Cycle engine prototype – SAE International
Scuderi unveils Split-Cycle engine prototype – SAE International

Scuderi unveils Split-Cycle engine prototype Cutaway model of the Scuderi Split-Cycle engine was unveiled Monday at the 2009 SAE World Congress. The engine is considered a twin-cylinder, even though the left cylinder basically serves as an air compressor. The prototypes built for bench tests use a pair of belt-driven counter-rotating balance shafts to minimize the shaking forces inherent in large-displacement parallel twin-cylinder engines. Engines developed for automotive propulsion would likely have more cylinders, although Scuderi officials acknowledge the design’s potential to power generators in series-type hybrids. The first proof-of-concept prototype of the Scuderi Split-Cycle engine ...

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1966 Husqvarna 360 Viking Bikes Saint Louis MO – Husqvarna 360 Viking…

Rubric: Kawasaki | 12 May 2015 | Comments Off on 1966 Husqvarna 360 Viking Bikes Saint Louis MO – Husqvarna 360 Viking…
1966 Husqvarna 360 Viking Bikes Saint Louis MO – Husqvarna 360 Viking…

Local Companies Data Provided by: Classic Iron: 1966 Husqvarna 360 Viking Provided By: CLASSIC IRON: 1966 HUSQVARNA 360 VIKING: Only Ten 1966 Husqvarna 360 Vikings Were Imported To The USA. Only One Still Exists (Two If You Count The One That Edison Dye Cut Up To Use As The Prototype For His Dye Rebel 500) 500. 500: true); src=http://www.motocrossactionmag.com/Media/News/classic iron 1000.jpg border=0 1966 HUSQVARNA 360 VIKING 500. 500: true); src=http://www.motocrossactionmag.com/Media/News/husky 360 1966.jpg border=0 Two-strokes made their first impact in the 250 class, where the woefully underpowered four-strokes quickly succumbed to the light weight and snappy response of the 250 ...

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CNC Machining Craftsman—Clen Tomlinson

Rubric: Kawasaki | 11 May 2015 | Comments Off on CNC Machining Craftsman—Clen Tomlinson
CNC Machining Craftsman—Clen Tomlinson

Clennell Clen Tomlinson Added to museum: 10/31/03 CNC-machined miniature engine masterpiece Clen is seen here at the 2003 Pacific Rim International Model Engineering show in Oregon with his nearly-completed Napier Deltic 18-cylinder engine. (Click on photo for larger image.) Introduction When I had Craig add Clen to our Craftsmanship Museum I did so with the express idea to answer the question, “Is a craftsman still a craftsman if he uses CNC tools along with CAD/CAM programs?” Just a glance at the magnificent project that is “still in the works” by Clen and one should have the answer, and it should be a definite “yes.” In the hands of a great craftsman CNC is just another tool, ...

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