First Look: 2011 Kawasaki Z750R

A tempting glimpse of one of next year's most promising nakeds

Posted: 15 September 2010
by Visordown News

KAWASAKI has unveiled the company's first 2011 road model: the new Z750R

The company says the new 748 cm3 in-line four cylinder engine delivers 'a class-leading performance and nimble handling'.

UK retail prices and availability have yet to be announced.

2011 Kawasaki Z750R features:

High-grade, sharper front cowl
Multi-piece cowl construction
Sharper, more aggressive, multi-facet design
Luxurious two-tone colouring
Front fender with new fork guard portions
Sharper turn signals
Sporty R-model instrumentation
Front suspension offers more precise adjustability
Both sides feature rebound adjustability (vs only one side on Z750)
41 mm inverted fork
Preload adjustable
Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with piggyback reservoir also offers increased
cooling performance
High-quality sculpted aluminium swingarm
Radial-mount 4-piston calipers
Radial-pump brake master cylinder
Steel-braided brake lines (front and rear)
Thicker front petal discs

Kawasaki is looking to impress in 2011: an all new ZX-10R superbike and W800 retro classic are just two of the models in the pipeline for next year.



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Sweet looking bike, im glad they got read of the "Made in my backyard under a beach umbrella with with a 50$ welding machine with some metal bougth at some scrap recycling outlet for 10$".

 Nice to see it got all those updates too. (^_^ ) Keep it up KHI.


Posted: 15/09/2010 at 19:33

Very Nice!

Posted: 16/09/2010 at 00:42

Damn that's shiny. It makes my bike look old. Therefore I want it. 

Posted: 16/09/2010 at 09:02

On the verge of buying this, any feedback from an owner already

Posted: 27/07/2011 at 07:55

Pete, I've ridden it: Z750R review

Posted: 27/07/2011 at 08:27

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