With 800 miles on the clock and the first service out of the way, I took the ZX-10R to PDQ in Taplow to run it up on the dyno. On the road it feels really fit, quite revvy, plenty torquey enough. Over 8,000rpm it really gets into its stride
CHECK OUT this video of the all-new 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R being put through its paces on the dyno.Does it make more power than the BMW S1000RR? Watch this space.
in electronics, the R1's traction control system feels rudimentary when compared to the 2011 ZX-10R and first incarnation of BMW's S1000RR.The point is, the R1's got traction control, it works, it might save you from a big one, but it'll definitely help you get
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