- Kawasaki ZZ-R1200
name = ZZ-R1200
manufacturer = Kawasaki
production = 2002-2006
class = Sport Touring/Supersport
engine = 1164 cc (71.03 cu in)
4-Stroke, liquid cooled,
DOHC4 valve inline-4
Carburetors, Keihin CVKD 40mm x 4
power = 149 hp @9800 rpm
transmission = six speed, chain drive
dry_weight = 520lb.
fuel_capacity = 6.1 US gallons
similar = BMW K1200RS, Ducati ST4s, Aprilia Futura,
Honda CBR1100XX, Suzuki HayabusaThe Kawasaki ZZ-R1200 motorcycle is built by Kawasaki. Identified by its model number ZX1200-C1, it is the successor to the Kawaski ZX-11. Produced in the US from 2002 - 2006 it was originally built in and for European customers to compete with offerings from Triumph, Aprilla, BMW, and Ducati on the Autobahn. With impressive features, styling, performance, and price tag of thousands less, there was demand to bring a limited number of the ZZR into the US market. Considered a Sport Tourer, this motorcycle boasts a tubular double cradle frame with powerful 4-stroke, DOHC, 4 cyclinder liquid cooled engine. It hosts double fans, double fuel pumps, and double headlights. Additionally, hard touring bags can be added as an option.
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