Onboard the Kawasaki ZXR750R

It's hard to find a Kawasaki ZXR750R that is running good and getting used these days, so this onboard video is a bit of a find.

So what is a Kawasaki ZXR750R?

Well it's a submodel of the ZXR750 (or ZX7 as it is known in the US) designated K for 1991 and 1992 and M for 1993 to 1995, with some pretty special parts.

The inclusion of this model in the Kawasaki lineup, meant that the factory could compete in the WSB championship.

The same practice was used by the other factories too with the Honda RC30 and RC45 the Yanaha FZR750R OW01 and R7 and the GSX-RK.

What did Kawasaki give  you for the extra money? :

 

  • Hand madae Aluminium Tank
  • 39mm Keihin FCR carbs
  • C/R gearbox
  • High Compression pistons
  • Race Spec cams
  • Slipper clutch
  • Single seat
  • Fully adjustable Kayaba rear shock
  • Adjustable rear swing arm pivot
  • Race ECU

 

Alright, 121 BHP at the carank and overall weight of almost 200kg is far from impressive these days, but this is one special motorcycle.

Also some (objective?) reports say that it handles far better than you would ever expect from a bike of this size.

 

More to come including some track videos. With only 1100 ever made you are guaranteed exclusivity if you can get your hands on one.

 

 

Kawasaki ZXR750R K model
Kawasaki ZXR750R K model

 

 

Kawasaki ZXR750R M model
Kawasaki ZXR750R M model

 

 

Kawasaki ZXR750R M model
Kawasaki ZXR750R M model

 

 

Kawasaki ZXR750R K model
Kawasaki ZXR750R K model

 

Check out Andy's ZXR750 site for more info on this beautiful machine

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