Kawasaki 2-strokes

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Kawasaki 2-strokes

CLASSIC KAWASAKI 2-STROKES Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the parent company of the motorcycle division, is one of the largest industrial companies in the world making the motorcycle part of the business somewhat of a sideline. The company began as a shipyard 1878 founded by Shozo Kawasaki. Prior to World War I it had branched out to produce locomotives, marine transportation, steel, aircraft and engines. After World War II, all divisions had work except the aircraft plant which still had skilled workers and production equipment. The plant began to produce motorcycle parts for other makers but in 1958 they decided to produce their own motorcycle. After much initial success in the Japanese motocross ...

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Kawasaki H1 Mach III brought to you by MadaboutMotorcycles

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Kawasaki H1 Mach III brought to you by MadaboutMotorcycles

Kawasaki H1 Mach III Kawasaki S1 Mach I, Kawasaki S2 Mach II, Kawasaki H2 Mach IV The Kawasaki H1 Mach III was a 500cc production motorcycle manufactured by the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki Motorcycle Corporation. The Mach III was a standard or Universal Japanese motorcycle sold in the U.S. and abroad from 1969 through 1975. History During the mid 1960s, the American motorcycle market had become the largest on the planet. American riders were demanding bikes with more horsepower and higher maximum speeds. Kawasaki already had the first 650cc, the Kawasaki W series but it did not fit the niche Kawasaki was aiming for. Honda introduced its Honda CB450 in 1965 and in 1969, the ...

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Five classic strokers no.2: Kawasaki H1 Mach III-News & Reviews-Motorcycle…

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Five classic strokers no.2: Kawasaki H1 Mach III-News & Reviews-Motorcycle…

06 Aug 2013 | Ian Falloon looks at five classics in motorcycling history — Kawasaki’s H1 Mach III is number two Words: Ian Falloon Five classic strokers: Number 2: Kawasaki H1 Mach III Anyone who’s ridden an H1 will remember the sensory onslaught it could unleash with a twist of a wrist! Kawasaki and high performance motorcycles are synonymous, and the machine that created this legend was the incredible two-… three-cylinder H1 Mach III. Introduced in September 1968, the H1 was raw and untamed, with an unmatched power-to-weight ratio. The H1 may have been flawed, with a reputation for twitchy handling, but in 1969 no other production machine could match its scintillating ...

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Road Test: 1995 Kawasaki GPz1100 —

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Road Test: 1995 Kawasaki GPz1100 —

Road Test: 1995 Kawasaki GPz1100 Kawasaki has long been famous for making bikes with class-leading power: The first production motorcycle to rip down the quarter mile in under 11 seconds? GPz 750 Turbo (10.99 seconds in 1984). Fastest production bike made? The ZX-11. Their dominance dates back to the late 1960s and those evil handling two-strokes — first came the 500cc H1 Mach III, (12.4 seconds in the quarter mile) and the aptly nicknamed widow-makers, the 750cc triple H2s. Later came a slew of powerful four-strokes, the 900cc inline-four Z1 and the big KZs, taken to prominence in the American roadracing series by the likes of Eddie Lawson and Wayne Rainey. The early 1980s saw the ...

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Kawasaki ZX-14R Road Test Review- Photos- Specifications- Price- Notes

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Kawasaki ZX-14R Road Test Review- Photos- Specifications- Price- Notes

Kawasaki ZX-14R – Road Test Everything else is officially slow. Photography by Jeff Allen History will show that Cycle World ’s first ride on Kawasaki’s ZX-14R happened at a dragstrip. Think back to the H1 and Z1 of the 1970s, Team Green’s first pacesetters, for the pattern this company has developed: big horsepower, industry-leading acceleration, physics-defying speed. The two-… H1 Mach III and four-… Z1 shocked us with their amazing performance back in the day, and Kawasaki has done it again with this elegant green monster. Within the first five minutes of the press introduction, world champion drag-racer Rickey Gadson reeled off an effortless, uncorrected 9.64-second ...

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Kawasaki’s 2012 ZX-14R will be the most powerful production motorcycle ever

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Kawasaki’s 2012 ZX-14R will be the most powerful production motorcycle ever

Kawasaki’s 2012 ZX-14R will be the most powerful production motorcycle ever Kawasaki has released details of its 2012 ZX-14R and the Japanese giant has once again gazumped the competition to retake top spot on the motorcycle horsepower ladder. No horsepower figures have been released, but the company has stated quite clearly that the 2012 ZX-14R will be the fastest accelerating motorcycle in production and that it has the most powerful production motorcycle engine ever built. The whole fastest thing is now getting beyond a joke, even with the normally squeaky clean integrity Kawasaki applies to its claims. Across its press statements and web sites, Kawasaki is claiming the following ...

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1975 Kawasaki H1 500 Mach III Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

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1975 Kawasaki H1 500 Mach III Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

1975 Kawasaki H1 500 Mach III Posted on November 8, 2012 by Buck Usually when I decide to post a bike that I think would be a neat addition to this blog, the bike is something I would add to my collection. That is if I had one! This bike is no exception. The power band of these triple two-strokes is legendary. Most motorcycle enthusiasts have some great tale of them, or a friend, narrowly escaping … from stuck throttles, unintended wheelies at high speeds and terrifying crashes with just a mention of a two-… triple. This why I am always happy to see one in original condition. If all the stories I’ve heard about these were true then there would have been more of them crashed ...

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Classic Sport Bikes For Sale Archive Kawasaki

Rubric: Kawasaki | 19 Фев 2015 | Комментарии к записи Classic Sport Bikes For Sale Archive Kawasaki отключены
Classic Sport Bikes For Sale Archive Kawasaki

1977 Rickman Kawasaki 1400 Turbo for Sale Posted on July 27, 2013 by tad Hm, what’s this?  A Rickman Kawasaki 1400 CRT Turbo Cafe Racer.  Read that again.  A Rickman Kawasaki 1400 CRT Turbo Cafe Racer? So this one’s pretty wild.  What started out as a pretty garden-variety Kawasaki Z900/1000…  Okay, really there probably was never much that was actually “garden-variety” about this bike.  Rickman was sort of like the British Bimota, a small company that took powerful engines from unruly and wayward-handling Japanese bikes and stuffed them into light, strong frames, wrapped them in new bodywork, and created what the original manufacturers could not: serious sport bikes. This ...

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Kawasaki Triple Owners Group :: 1969 H1 no spark

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Kawasaki Triple Owners Group :: 1969 H1 no spark

Hello. I am helping out a friend who has a few bikes. This will be the fourth H1 I have worked on. It is a semi-restoration but being such, it is built from parts of unknown origin. Looks great but wont run. With previous bikes he had no problems with ignition components but now with this bitsa it isn’t coming together as well. I helped him get a red ’70 and a blue ’71 running last year. Both were very near mint, and the blue one was totally original including paint. Most recently I helped him get a white and blue 1969 original H1 Mach III running which has now sold. The fourth is a later 1969 white with blue stripe H1, with the later angled rotor cover, and it is not ...

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Motorcycle Specifications

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Motorcycle Specifications

History of Kawasakiby Staff Writer The story of Kawasaki Company goes back to 1924, at that time involved into metallurgy and the aircraft industry. In 1949, they decided to enter the motorcycle industry producing engines that could be adapted to motorcycles. In their line, you could find a 60cc two-…, as well as a 150cc and a 250cc four-… engines developed with technology from BMW, company with whom they had had relationships since their beginnings in the aeronautical industry. It was not until 1954 that Kawasaki Motorcycles produced their first complete motorcycle under the name of Meihatsu (a subsidiary of Kawasaki Aircraft Co.). Almost at the same time, they also tried to ...

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