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Motorcycles Supersport dwarf with four-cylinder - Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

14:00  23 october  2019
14:00  23 october  2019 Source:   motorradonline.de

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Kawasaki pulled the cloth from a new quarter-liter super sports car in Tokyo. The Ninja ZX-25R uses an in-line four-cylinder engine.

  Supersport-Zwerg mit Vierzylinder - Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R © Kawasaki

First of all: the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R will never make it onto the German market, but it is worth more than just a look.

Kawasaki is currently the only manufacturer to send an inline four-cylinder into the race in the quarter-liter class. The 249 cm³ four-stroke engine was completely redeveloped and should combine a lot of power in the middle with plenty of top performance for its displacement. The Greens, however, do not give any figures. A steel tubular frame winds around the four-cylinder.

High-quality equipment

The Ninja ZX-25R also follows the great models in terms of lines and war paint. The exhaust tailpipe opens boldly directly behind the right footrest. The aluminum swingarm carries bars in the shape of a banana and in the front a Big Piston USD fork picks up the wheel. The radially attached monoblock caliper is used for deceleration. In addition, Kawasaki composes control systems such as traction control and various driving modes as well as a quick shifter.

R and carbon versions can be ordered - Kawasaki H2 models .
Kawasaki opens the order books for the H2 versions R and carbon again. Both extreme versions of the compressor Kawasaki can only be ordered until November 25th. The prices start at 32,500 euros. © Kawasaki With its compressor technology, the Kawasaki H2 is already an extreme motorcycle. The two versions H2R and H2 Carbon are even more extreme. The Kawasaki H2R comes with 310 HP and 165 Nm torque from the turbocharged 1,000 four-cylinder. It is only approved for use on the racetrack.

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