1973 Z1 DAYTONA RECORDS VIDEO. "SO FAR SO FAST"
This is the complete 1973 Z1 900 Daytona records video.."SO FAR SO FAST."
The Z1 shattered the 24 hour World Record with an average speed of
109.641mph plus 45 other speed records. The #2 bike used in this video is
kept at KMC in Irvine California their Heritage Museum, and is in the same
condition as it was in 1973. Several photos of it can be seen at this
site.http://www.kawasaki-z-classik.com/forum/index.php.plus much more
interesting information on the complete Z1 story.
The riders were.. Bryon Farnsworth, Yvon DuHamel, Hurley Wilvert, Masahiro
Wade, Cook Neilson (Cycle Magazine) , Gary Nixon, Art Baumann, John Weed
(editor Motorcycle Weekly)
Real not retro - Modified Kawasaki Z1
Kawasaki Z1A action. An original 1970's bike modified to perform for 2012.
Just having some fun learning how to use editing software with footage from
a GoPro mini camera.
This was an old nail that I restored and modified. It now handles superbly
and is really quick.
TEST RETRO | KAWASAKI 900 Z1 (1973)
Essai retro Kawasaki Z1 900 - La Kawasaki 900 Z1 lança la mode du toujours
plus en 1973. Plus de cylindrée, plus de puissance, plus de vitesse. Elle
devint ainsi la plus prestigieuse moto de route. La Moto Classic essaie un
exemplaire quasi neuf de cette icône de la moto moderne et de ses 4
célèbres échappements chromés…
TEST COMPLET sur www.motoservices.com :
Kawasaki Ninja 300 - Am I In Heaven?! RT #6
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Kawasaki Ninja H2R Losail
Un giro di pista a Losail con la Kawasaki Ninja H2R da 310 cv.
One Flying Lap on Losail Track with the new Kawasaki Ninja H2R the 310 horsepower
supercharghed motorbike. READ the full story at RED
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
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.