Kawasaki z800

kawasaki z800

Is the Kawasaki Z800 a good bike?

On the top line, I like this bike, but let’s dive in a little deeper to see why it’s good and where it falls short. At the heart of Kawasaki’s Z800 beats an 806cc in-line four, liquid cooled engine, which produces a nice and buttery smooth amount of power that is enough to get you going at a decent quip.

How fast does the Z800 go?

The Z800 feels like a rocket off the lights the gearing really helps launch this bike away, lets be honest here most nakeds have a top speed of around 90mph before your neck feels like its being ripped off, and most of us are cruising 90% of the time below 70mph (As Honda keep telling us), and it excels at all those speeds.

How big is the swingarm on a Kawasaki Z800?

Kawasaki Z800: specs. Swingarm Unitrak with mono-shock (adjustable spring pre-load), 137 mm / 5,4 in – ZR800C, ZR800D Kawasaki Z800: images, gallery.

What is the seat height of the Z800?

The overall seat height of the Z800 comes in at 32.8 inches and maintains a moderate aggressive stance, I found it less aggressive than a Triumph Street Triple, but more comfortable. Its not as upright as Yamaha’s FZ-09 or KTM 690 Duke and, of course, nowhere near as light.

Is the Kawasaki Z800 a Superbike?

The z800 is not a superbike it’s a real monster bike when I ride on city or high way the performance is marvellous the engine sound is so smooth, inline 4 cylinder exhaust sound is a beautiful life, my Z800 bike gives Mileage 18 in city and 21 on high way it’s so good and thanks to kawasaki engineers. Was this review helpful? Inappropriate review?

Is the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked any good?

We’re genuinely shocked how good the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked is, given how uninspiring the old Z750 was - it’s a fitting tribute to the Zed’s 40th birthday. The ride quality is sumptuous, the motor smooth and there’s power spilling out of it at every rpm. It’s a real joy to ride.

How fast does the Z800 go?

The Z800 feels like a rocket off the lights the gearing really helps launch this bike away, lets be honest here most nakeds have a top speed of around 90mph before your neck feels like its being ripped off, and most of us are cruising 90% of the time below 70mph (As Honda keep telling us), and it excels at all those speeds.

What is the difference between the Kawasaki Z750 and Z750?

Power is up from the Z750’s 105bhp to 111bhp and the overall gearing is shorter thanks to a two teeth bigger rear sprocket (up from 43 to 45). These two main changes are responsible for the Kawasaki’s extra grunt out of corners and power all the way through the revs.

How big is the shock on a Kawasaki Z800?

Swingarm Unitrak with mono-shock (adjustable spring pre-load), 137 mm / 5,4 in – ZR800C, ZR800D Kawasaki Z800: images, gallery.

What is the difference between the Kawasaki Z800 and Z750?

Although there’s an ABS option, you get no electronic rider aids in the Kawasaki Z800 specs and it’s devoid of fancy designer labels, but new headlights and nose fairing are the most obvious difference to the old Z750. There’s also a new bellypan, hugger, radiator shrouds, a slimmer fuel tank, plastic fuel tank ‘wings’ and a slimmer rear tail unit.

Is there a Kawasaki z800/z900 OwnersGroup?

Wed suggest the Kawasaki Z800 and Z900 Owners Group on Facebook is a great place to start. Based on the old Z750R’s steel tubular backbone frame, Kawasaki has added a cast aluminum subframe section running down each the side of the engine and connected by a tube around the front. It reduces engine vibration and increases rigidity.

Is the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked any good?

We’re genuinely shocked how good the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked is, given how uninspiring the old Z750 was - it’s a fitting tribute to the Zed’s 40th birthday. The ride quality is sumptuous, the motor smooth and there’s power spilling out of it at every rpm. It’s a real joy to ride.

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