Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Kawasaki ZX10r 2010

This motorcycle shows what true ram-air induction is all about by taking the air from the center It's monocoque design is a light and very strong frame. The ZX-14's aluminum sections of its frame has been produced using gravity casting in previous years, but it is now being die-casted to produce a lighter frame. Not to forget that the engine isn't the only thing going for it, let's get to the frame. The ZX-14 has also become greener by adding a third catalyzer therefore reducing emissions and meeting ever-growing emission control regulations.

Kawasaki claims this results is a gain of power! Smart. The Kawasaki ZX-14 is the flagship of Kawasaki motorcycles.To meet stricter noise regulations, Kawasaki looked inside the motor and quieted down the motor rather than doing more extensive work on the exhaust, thus leaving the exhaust more free-flowing! The engineers at Kawasaki have to get a lot of credit for creativity for the 2008 version. The ZX-14's 1352CC, four-cylinder, DOHC engine makes incredible torque and power while this bike still handles great, not exactly a small feat of engineering!

Pure power is synonymous with the ZX-14, but this beast is just plain awesome in so many other ways. Since the introduction of the ZX-14 in 2006, this monster has dominated open-class sportbike, and the race technology has been handed down to the street-legal version nicely. Kawasaki claims the new version is "the quickest and most powerful production motorcycle". The ZX-14 is the most powerful Kawasaki ever produced, and was once the fastest production motorcycle in the world.

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