Just a video of the fire up of my 300 horsepowerturbo charged 1978 Z1R turbo drag bike.
Here's a link to my new bike with a similar motor on alcohol.
Z１R ライダー災難にあう "Bad day"
Kawasaki Z1-R "A cool biker got into trouble."
Music : ot-guit - Black http://www.ot-guit.net/ot-guit/
Kawasaki Z1r TURBO
After yet another engine rebuild, the crank has been welded and the TC is
back in the game!
Kawasaki KZ1300 Turbo
The bike has JE pistons and parts from Mr turbo such as Mikuni Flatslide HSR 42 with a float
bowl spacer kit to get enough fuel.
Richard made an own Exhaust for his
bike with Mr turbo u-bends and stock Exhaust parts.
The bike has plenty of power with just 6 lb. of Boost.
The Wide Band Commander is for analyzing the air-fuel ratio.
update: see my new project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQRUpdps7W8
kawasaki Z1R カワサキ
カワサキ Ｚ１Ｒ far east japan wiseko R1075 web cam
clutchhub rebult tubaki camchain keihin FCR37 moriwaki racing exhust
ohlins fork brenbo caliper
tecnomagnesio wheel moriwaki swingingarm yosimura KYB rear shock
dyna2000 Dyno 105hors
power at 10000 rpm peg PMC ears oir coorer core with thermostat frame
work add 4 pipes and 2plate oil controled clutch
Turbo drag bike motorcycle drag racing video NHDRO Indy 8-20-11
Mark Paquette 4.32@172mph 1/8th mile motorcycle drag racing video, Kawasaki
turbo pro comp drag bike NHDRO Indy
8-20-11. If you like motorcycle drag racing check out my Wyldfantasies
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)