4 Stroke vs 2 stroke

Rubric: Kawasaki | 17 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 4 Stroke vs 2 stroke
4 Stroke vs 2 stroke

Post by Premier Scooters on May 25, 2011 18:49:52 GMT -5 Post by mainepeace on May 25, 2011 18:56:33 GMT -5 The 2 stroke doesn’t necessarily produce more power per explosion, but since there are 2x the explosions compared to a 4 stroke at the same RPM, there is more power put to the wheel. It’s similar to how a Wankel or a rotary engine can apparently have 3x the power per cubic inch versus a 4 stroke, but in reality it produces the same power per explosion, it just is more efficient in it’s use of space. Parasitic drag from valves and oil pumps do use up alot of power. Also, the powerband for a 2 stroke is very narrow, so they are always in their powerband and the transmission ...

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Crazy for 2013 Kawasaki ZX6R

Rubric: Kawasaki | 16 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Crazy for 2013 Kawasaki ZX6R
Crazy for 2013 Kawasaki ZX6R

Table of Contents Cycle World Review Courtesy of Blake Conner Bigger is definitely better when it comes to engine displacement in the middleweight supersport class. Kawasaki is once again convinced that formula is the ticket to sales success in a market segment in which only European manufacturers Ducati (848 EVO), MV Agusta (F3 675) and Triumph (Daytona 675) have recently been willing to take risks. In the case of the 2013 ZX-6R, the modest bump in engine capacity from 599 to 636cc feels like all the difference in the world when you open the throttle. This isn’t the first time that Kawasaki has broken with tradition and built an oversize 600: Between 2003 and ’06, the company ...

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All Aluminum Perimeter Frames – Prototype KX 450F and KX 250F: Off-Road.com

Rubric: Kawasaki | 13 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on All Aluminum Perimeter Frames – Prototype KX 450F and KX 250F: Off-Road.com
All Aluminum Perimeter Frames – Prototype KX 450F and KX 250F: Off-Road.com

All Aluminum Perimeter Frames – Prototype KX 450F and KX 250F May. 01, 2005 By ORC STAFF The trend is on full swing, like it or not. Aluminum frames, at least on SX and MX bikes seem to be the wave of the future. For sure on the four strokes. Will the 2006 Kawasaki KX250F sport an aluminum perimeter frame? Kawasaki released these photos of the 450cc four-stroke motocross bike and 250cc four-stroke motocross bike that will be raced in the all-Japan motocross championship beginning shortly. Bikes raced in that series become production models the following year (in this case, 2006) By summertime, is should be known whether this will be the case (i.e. whether a 250F and a 450F will be introduced ...

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Kawasaki Motorcycles

Rubric: Kawasaki | 12 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Kawasaki Motorcycles
Kawasaki Motorcycles

KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLES – A BRIEF HISTORY Kawasaki Heavy Industries got its start in 1878 building Western-style ships in Hyogo, Japan. By 1906 they had expanded into building locomotives railroad cars. By World War II, Kawasaki Aircraft Co. was building planes for the Imperial Navy. After the war, this vast, diversified company continued to expand consolidate. In 1950, Kawasaki opened its Steel Division shortly after began producing scooters for the Japanese market. By 1954, they had graduated into small motorcycles, building them under license from Meguro Motorcycles of Japan. An odd assortment of Meguro designs were sold through the early 1960s. In 1963, Kawasaki ...

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Great News for 2-Stroke folks – Kawasaki ATV Forum

Rubric: Kawasaki | 12 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Great News for 2-Stroke folks – Kawasaki ATV Forum
Great News for 2-Stroke folks – Kawasaki ATV Forum

Great News for 2-Stroke folks KTM has announced record 2008 sales of 25,000 two-stroke bikes and says it sees no end to the high-performance two-stroke. Australian firm Orbital is testing a 200bhp, fully emissions-compliant 1000cc twin that’s lighter and more fuel efficient than any rival four-stroke. Aprilia craves an accessible performance middleweight, says it could easily render its seminal RS250 Euro-3 compliant and has twice already come close to releasing such a bike. RD departments in Europe, Asia and North America are arriving at the same conclusion: everything you know about two-strokes is wrong, and their revenge against the four-stroke is imminent. “The complexity of a high-performance ...

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Top Fours: 5. Kawasaki Z1-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader

Rubric: Kawasaki | 9 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Top Fours: 5. Kawasaki Z1-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader
Top Fours: 5. Kawasaki Z1-News & Reviews-Motorcycle Trader

21 Feb 2013 | Ian Falloon picks the top fours of all time Although Honda’s CB750 of 1969 rewrote the rules for production motorcycles, its reign was short lived. Barely three years later Kawasaki released its double-overhead-camshaft 900cc Z1, a design that would dominate production, superbike and endurance racing for the next decade. The Z1 also inspired Suzuki to build an equally successful copy. Honda may have made the first mass-produced four, but it was the Kawasaki Z1 that made it obsolete overnight. The heart of the Z1 was undoubtedly the engine. This intentionally differed to the Honda CB750 in many details, offering several features previously the reserve of exotic cars or racing ...

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2013 KTM 2-Stroke EXC Range Dirt Action Magazine

Rubric: Kawasaki | 7 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 2013 KTM 2-Stroke EXC Range Dirt Action Magazine
2013 KTM 2-Stroke EXC Range Dirt Action Magazine

BACK ON THE PIPE For KTM, two-strokes never went out of fashion, so development of its pre-mix range continued well through the four-stroke evolution. The outcome? The second coming of the two-stroke era is upon us and the 2013 EXCs are ready and waiting STORY BY ADAM RIEMANN PHOTOS BY DAMIEN ASHENHURST There’s no better dirtbike sound than a crisp two-stroke on the pipe. If you don’t like this sound, then clearly you haven’t been swinging off a set of handlebars while the engine beneath you is screaming out this wicked tone. Unlike many other manufacturers who have ceased production of their two-strokes, KTM has continued to build what is arguably the best two-stroke enduro range ...

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2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero Motorcycle Fans Blog – Motorcycle Fans Blog

Rubric: Kawasaki | 2 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero Motorcycle Fans Blog – Motorcycle Fans Blog
2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero Motorcycle Fans Blog – Motorcycle Fans Blog

2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero 2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Vaquero – Cool, short, long, elegant, all those adjectives fit the Vulcan 1700 Vaquero ® ™ plus more – much more functional. This container, introduced last year in the Vulcan line of cruisers, practical and economical test that can coexist on the same bike. His style is aggressive and muscular Vaquero any runner stand out from the crowd. And with a 1700 cc engine powerful, electronic cruise control and full-featured sound system, the Vaquero is necessary to take on the open road. Black custom details are the first indication that the mission of the Cowboy, and not much to see. It all starts with the candy paint beautiful ...

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