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Ninja ZX12R vs GSXR 1300 Hayabusa
These test riders take both the Kawasaki ZX-12R and the Suzuki Hayabusa to their limits in a head to head top speed race, 1/4 mile drag, and around a road race circuit!! Both riders swap bikes and compare results! Definately a MUST SEE video for any fan of either of these great bikes. These are some of the magazine tests pitting these two giants of the sportbike world. Both the Kawasaki ZX-12R Ninja and the Suzuki GSX-1300R Hayabusa are incredible machines on par with each other for the most part as the Kings of Speed. Of course, magazine tests are often inconsistant with each other, but this isn't about which bike is better,faster,quicker... it's about overall comparisons and the opinions of the test riders who piloted them. Either way, you can't go wrong with either of these machines. Sportrider Oct. 2001 "BIG DOGS" / SUMMARY STOCK (restricted) Top Speed ZX-12R - 185.6mph Hayabusa - 183.9mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 9.95 @ 144.4mph Hayabusa - 10.23 @ 140.6mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 159.8rwhp @ 10,250rpm / 91.4ft lbs @ 7,750rpm Hayabusa- 158.0rwhp @ 9,750rpm / 98.4ft lbs @ 7,000rpm AFTER MODS (derestricted) Top Speed ZX-12R - 193.5mph Hayabusa - 191.3mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 9.573 @ 146.75mph Hayabusa - 9.559 @ 146.75mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 165.7rwhp @ 10,750rpm / 93.3ft lbs @ 7,750rpm Hayabusa- 163.2rwhp @ 9,750rpm / 100.1ft lbs @ 6,750rpm SUPERBIKE MAGAZINE / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 188mph Hayabusa - 184mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 10.21 @ 144mph Hayabusa - 10.05 @ 142mph MCN March 2005 "NO LIMITS" / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 185.09mph Hayabusa - 178.65mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 10.44 @ 139.36mph Hayabusa - 10.50 @ 140.42mph 0-60mph ZX-12R - 2.90 Hayabusa - 2.91 Braking 70-0 ZX-12R - 48.10 meters Hayabusa - 49.20 meters FASTBIKES Magazine / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 183.11mph Hayabusa - 181.93mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 11.22 @ 141.35mph Hayabusa - 11.43 @ 142.95mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 156rwhp @ 10,100rpm / 87ft lbs @ 7,600rpm Hayabusa- 154rwhp @ 9,500rpm / 94ft lbs @ 7,500rpm 0-60mph ZX-12R - 3.83 Hayabusa - 4.22 60-120mph ZX-12R - 4.56 Hayabusa - 3.79 6th gear roll-on 60-140mph ZX-12R - 12.77 Hayabusa - 13.34 0-150mph ZX-12R - 12.76 Hayabusa - 11.62 Cycleworld Magazine June 2002 / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 186mph Hayabusa - 184mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 9.93 @ 144.01mph Hayabusa - 9.89 @ 143.55mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 162.8rwhp @ 9,900rpm / 90.5ft lbs @ 7,500rpm Hayabusa- 159.2rwhp @ 9,250rpm / 98.2ft lbs @ 6,900rpm 0-60mph ZX-12R - 2.59 Hayabusa - 2.47 Lasfida Magazine 2005 / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 188.3mph Hayabusa - 187.7mph 0-400m ZX-12R - 10.3 @ 146.08mph Hayabusa - 10.4 @ 141.36mph 0-1000m ZX-12R - 18.5 @ 174.8mph Hayabusa - 19.1 @ 166.7mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 155.8rwhp @ 9,940rpm / 90.3ft lbs @ 7,670rpm Hayabusa- 151.8rwhp @ 9,490rpm / 95.1ft lbs @ 6,940rpm T.W.O Magazine Dec. 2002 / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 186mph Hayabusa - 186mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 156rwhp @ 10,100rpm / 87ft lbs @ 7,600rpm Hayabusa- 154rwhp @ 9,500rpm / 94ft lbs @ 7,500rpm PERFORMANCE BIKES 2005 / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 187.17mph Hayabusa - 182.13mph 1/4 Mile ZX-12R - 10.71 @ 141.03mph Hayabusa - 10.49 @ 143.46mph 0-100mph ZX-12R - 5.83 Hayabusa - 5.61 70-0mph ZX-12R - 48.39 meters Hayabusa - 51.49 meters Top Gear 40-120mph ZX-12R - 13.0 Hayabusa - 11.7 Lap Time/Avg.Speed/Vulcans sections ZX-12R - 3m03.02s/122.35mph/24.74s Hayabusa - 3m10.64s/117.46mph/25.92s FASTBIKES Magazine 2004 / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 184.54mph Hayabusa - 181.7mph 0-60mph ZX-12R - 3.52 Hayabusa - 3.96 1/4 mile ZX-12R - 11.13 @ 140.14mph Hayabusa - 11.43 @ 142.95mph horsepower/Torque ZX-12R - 165bhp @ 9,800rpm / (130nm)95.8ft lbs @ 7,800rpm Hayabusa- 156bhp @ 9,000rpm / (134nm)98.8ft lbs @ 6,800rpm MOTORRAD Magazine / SUMMARY Top Speed ZX-12R - 188.27mph (303km/h) Hayabusa - 186.41mph (300km/h) 0-100km/h ZX-12R - 2.6 Hayabusa - 2.6 0-140km/h ZX-12R - 4.2 Hayabusa - 4.1 0-200km/h ZX-12R - 7.0 Hayabusa - 7.3

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX12R '01
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Ben Shaw from Sydney's Extreme Creations is the master of not only building and fabricating some of the most amazing parts for bikes, he's also a gun with getting epic amounts of power out of them. At first glance this ZX12R doesn't look like much more than a neat streeter with an extrended swingarm, but when you look closer! Aside the the BST carbon rims it's a very sedate looking bike, but with 507rwhp it's not what you'd call slow either! For more info on this bike and other awesome bikes built by Extreme Creations, head to http://www.extremecreations.com.au/

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After spending more than 250 miles on a 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S while sampling different seats and trying all three peg positions, we’re here to report the Ergo-Fit concept really works.

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Bikers 91 - Honda Yamaha Kawasaki Suzuki Ducati & BMW Superbikes on the streets!
Facebook - www.facebook.com/ecvideos Subscribe to our channel for more videos! Bikers HD 91 - Superbikes Burnouts, wheelies & accelerations on the streets! On the video: BMW S1000RR; Ducati 1198S; Honda CB 600F Hornet; Honda CBR 600F; Honda CBR 600RR; Honda CBR 1000RR; Kawasaki ER6N; Kawasaki Z750; Kawasaki Z800; Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R; Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R; Suzuki Bandit 650; Suzuki GSXR 750; Suzuki GSXR 1000; Suzuki GSXR 1300R Hayabusa; Yamaha XJ6; Yamaha R6; Yamaha R1; Wheelies, Burnouts, Revs, Accelerations, RL's! & More! Video Compilation edited by Ed Cunha - Filmed by EdCunha Camera: Canon SX40 HS & Rebel T4i - Filmed in 1080p Full HD Curitiba, Paraná, Brasil

Bikers 71 - Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Triumph, BMW & Ducati Superbikes Sounds & Stunts
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2015 Kawasak Versys 650 Review
The category-straddling Kawasaki Versys 650 enters its third iteration and first major update of Kawasaki’s VERsatile SYStem. In 2015, the sporty yet friendly Versys 650 arrives in two forms, both of which feature a new, chiseled appearance that is much more handsome than previous versions. The LT version adds hardshell saddlebags and hand guards that expand its sport-touring capabilities. Read the full review at: http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/kawasaki/2015-kawasaki-versys-650-ab slt-first-ride-review.html Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.

2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S Review
Is the Kawasaki Vulcan S the first cruiser in a long time that might actually interest sports bike riders? We think it could be thanks to it's Ninja 650 derived engine, great handling and lightweight feel. The Kawasaki Vulcan S is a real surprise packet and one we thoroughly enjoyed. You can read the full review at http://therideadvice.com/kawasaki-vulcan-s-review We're painting with broad brush strokes here but generally speaking, you're either a fan of cruisers or not. While a sportsbike rider may enjoy a naked or even an adventure bike, there's very little crossover between those kinds of bikes and cruisers. But what about a cruiser that blurs that gap somewhat and could potentially attract non-traditional customers? We think the Kawasaki Vulcan S may succeed where very few have done previously. From the outset, Kawasaki has set about trying to develop a cruiser that didn't conform to what a cruiser is expected to be. V-twin? No, thanks. Black only paint scheme with chrome everything? Uh ah. Only masculine men with beards need apply? Nope! Image above actual performance? No, sir. While it resembles a cruiser and the ergonomics of it mean you know what type of bike you're sitting on, Kawasaki has ignored all other expectations of what a cruiser should be. They've also put a lot of thought and research into making this bike as accessible as possible. Some of that went into how a motorcycle can possibly be a one size fits all machine and the answer obviously is that it can't. Hence, the bike has been designed to have easy modifications made available to reposition the seat, handlebars and even the pegs to ensure this bike fits both shorter and taller people. For those living in the United States, that customization comes under the umbrella of the ergo-fit system, whereby dealers can modify the bike at the point of sale for free. In other markets, it's potentially an extra cost at the time of purchase though that will be up to the individual dealers. When we first saw images of the Vulcan S last year, we were quite impressed at how Kawasaki had managed so well to make it instantly recognizable as a cruiser yet give it a nice injection of modern design. Part of that is probably to do with both the perimeter frame and the offset laydown single-shock which Kawasaki have kept on prominent display. Expect future editions of the bike to have these two items with contrasting colors to really standout like they do now on the some of the 2015 ER-6n's. Fit and finish is excellent and to us at least, there's almost nothing visually wrong with the bike. The Exhaust silencer might look a bit too 'try hard' for some but it's in keeping with the overall look of the bike. Our only complaint would be the large plastic shroud over the front of the fuel tank that surrounds the ignition. It's a lot of black plastic and hides much of the gorgeous tank - make it smaller next time, please. On paper, the 649 cc parallel twin shouldn't be anything to get excited over, but it's a real gem of an engine. It's been at home in the Ninja 650 and ER-6n for many years now and to huge success, especially in Europe. It provides plenty of grunt down low and it's probably one of the best 'real world' engines (by that we mean performance on the street without risking your license) around. Power delivery is smooth and linear and has a great amount of bottom end grunt. Despite being an already good motor, Kawasaki have put a lot of effort into making it as user friendly as possible. The crankshaft was resigned with a heavier flywheel to improve engine braking and also reducing the propensity to stall the bike at low speed. Modifications were made to the camshaft profiles and intake ports, which mean the engine delivers more horsepower at lower revs but at a slight cost to torque.

Kawasaki Zx12r Ninja 350KM-H - Top Speed
The Kawasaki ZX-12R is a sport bike that was made from 2000 to 2006 by Kawasaki. It was known as a contender to be the fastest production motorcycle, and for its role in bringing to a truce the escalating competition to build a faster motorcycle. At its introduction the ZX-12R was Kawasaki's flagship sport bike and a competitor to the Suzuki Hayabusa. It was a fuel injected (four 46 mm throttle bodies) 1,199 cc (73.2 cu in) hyper sport motorcycle, generating 161.2 horsepower (120.2 kW) at the rear wheel, although power figures differ with MCN quoting 178 bhp in their top ten engines test. Handling and braking match the power of the engine resulting in a motorcycle that was docile at low speeds and very easy to handle in heavy traffic, but had strong acceleration. From the first production ZX-12R, in the 2000 model year, its top speed was restricted by a motorcycle manufacturer gentlemen's agreement.This was due to a voluntary gentlemen's agreement that included BMW Motorrad and the Japanese manufacturers, amid fears of government regulation of motorcycle speeds mainly in Europe. The ZX-12R was discontinued in 2006 and followed by the ZX-14 (ZZR1400) in the same year. Kawasaki Zx12r Ninja 350KM-H TopSpeed Kawasaki Zx12r Ninja 350KM-H TopSpeed Kawasaki Zx12r Ninja 350KM-H TopSpeed ### … BMW 1000 rr vs Honda CBR 600 BMW 1000 rr vs Honda CBR 1000 Suzuki Hayabusa vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Vs Honda CBR1000RR Kawasaki Ninja Zx12r Vs Honda CBR1000RR Nissan GT-R Drag Race Against Vs Lamborghini Aventador Nissan GT-R vs Yamaha R1 Nissan GT-R vs Yamaha R6 Yamaha YZF-R6 vs Honda CBR600RR vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Yamaha YZF-R6 vs Porsche 911 Kawasaki zx12r vs new Suzuki Hayabusa Kawasaki zx14 vs new Suzuki Hayabusa BMW S1000R vs SUZUKI Hayabusa BMW S1000R vs Yamaha R1 Honda CBR 1000 RR & Suzuki SV1000s Supra vs Yamaha R1 Yamaha R1 Vs Honda CBR Vs Audi Yamaha R1 vs Porsche GT3 ZZR 1400 ZX14 R vs Hayabusa 1300 Suzuki Gsxr 1300 vs Hayabusa Adana Mersin Otoban Hayabusa vs gtr Hayabusa vs cops Hayabusa vs bugatti Hayabusa vs Lamborghini bmw s1000rr vs Kawasaki z1000 bmw s1000rr vs ducatti 1199 CBR1100XX vs zzr1200 CBR1100XX vs Hayabusa CBR1100XX Vs zx14 Yamaha YZF R1 vs Hayabusa Yamaha YZF R1 vs r6 Yamaha YZF R1 vs Honda CBR 1000 RR Honda CBR 1000 RR vs Hayabusa Honda CBR 1000 RR vs BMW 1000 rr Ducati 1098S vs Yamaha R1 Ducati vs Hayabusa Ducati vs Honda CBR 1000 RR MV Agusta F4 1000R vs bmw s1000rr ### … motogp, Car Driving, Chevy Corvette, Dodge Charger Daytona, Kawasaki , kawasaki z1000, kawasaki ninja, ducati monster, ducati, honda cbr, Suzuki GSX-R750, MV Agusta F4 R312, Yamaha YZF- R1, Suzuki GSX-R1000, Suzuki Hayabusa, BMW S1000RR, BMW, Ducati 1098S, Kahn Design, Lauge Jensen, Rough Crafts, Harley Softail Slim, CRD, Shaw Speed, Vardenchi, Derbidson, John Reed, Kraus, Cyril Huze , Yokohama, Bosozoku, Suzuki(GM), Hyundai, Kia(Hyundai), Daewoo(GM), Luxgen Insurance Kahn Design, Lauge Jensen, Rough Crafts, Harley Softail Slim, CRD, Shaw Speed, Vardenchi, Derbidson, John Reed, Kraus, Cyril Huze , Yokohama, Bosozoku Kawasaki , kawasaki z1000, kawasaki ninja, ducati monster, ducati, honda cbr, Suzuki GSX-R750, MV Agusta F4 R312, Yamaha YZF- R1, Suzuki GSX-R1000, Suzuki Hayabusa, BMW S1000RR, BMW, Ducati 1098S, Kahn Design, Lauge Jensen, Rough Crafts, Harley Softail Slim, CRD, Shaw Speed, Vardenchi, Derbidson, John Reed, Kraus, Cyril Huze , Yokohama, Bosozoku, MV Agusta F4 1000R

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