Kawasaki ZXR400

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Kawasaki ZXR400
but hit the magic 8,000rpm area and it all changes. From 8,000rpm up to the 14,000rpm redline the ZXR goes mental

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Inverted forks, hoover pipes and fully adjustable suspension. The raciest race rep and visually and aurally identical to the screaming ZXR750 Click to read: 1988 Kawasaki ZXR400 owners reviews How can you not fall in love with the ZXR400? It’s an iconic silhouette and a perfect scaled-down replica of a bike that ...  Continue reading


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Have owned for 5 years now and easily the most fun bike i ever had...very reliable .....starts better than my Honda Bros even in winter!!.....Michelin pilots are tyre of choice.......great trackbike...and if yo Continue reading...
I use mine as a track bike and ocasional run around and its superb for what it is.

Cost £700 and probably £200 in getting it ready for the track most fun you can have for under a grand Continue reading...
A very good "learn to ride fast" without loosing your licence bike... and is a bagful of fun. Kawasaki build quality... Continue reading...
Decent spread of power through out the rev range and can be economical. The engine's almost bullet proof and should easily out - last the rest of the bike. The handling is very neutral with a stable front end a Continue reading...


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The ZXR400 is a top handling little four-stroke screamer.
Cramped if you are over 6-foot.
  • Price: £4999.00
  • Year: 1991 - 1999

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