As a lot because the elevated vitality limitations of Europe give me an occasional case of the bike blues, you possibly can’t be upset on the (very fairly) Z900RS SE that Kawasaki shall be dumping on Europe shortly.
The Japanese producers began with a wickedly related spin on the coveted “Fireball” paint scheme from the 1972 Tremendous 4, mannequin Z1 – christened the “Yellowball” scheme, the present coat conjures up descriptives like ‘elegant,’ ‘delicious,’ and ‘bumblebee’…however you didn’t hear that from us.
We’re additionally hit from the highest with Brembo M4 radial-mount monobloc four-piston models, with semi-floating 300mm discs – higher braking, smoother dealing with.
Chase this with an Öhlins S46 rear shock with preload adjuster, Kawasaki Traction Management, help and slipper clutch, and the popping of Kawasaki’s proverbial cherry with their first-ever tuned exhaust observe – and also you’ve received your self a superbly tuned toy to tinker with.
Now for the specs.
In response to a report from Motorbike.com, The Z900RS SE will toss the salad with 109.5 hp at 8,500 rpm.
Add a delightfully saucy 72.3 ft/lb of torque at 6,500 rpm, and the 474 lbs. shall be stored busy hitting the bowl with sufficient energy to maintain you guffawing.
We’ve but to get the low-down on the pricing and availability – so keep tuned for updates; we’ll ensure that to maintain our eyeballs peeled.