: £1680 PRIVATE: 35K MILES: £1430 1998 DEALER: 30K MILES: £1850 PRIVATE: 30K MILES: £1570 2000 DEALER: 23K MILES: £2250 PRIVATE: 23K MILES: £1910 2002 DEALER: 16K MILES: £2400 PRIVATE: 16K MILES: £2040OWNERS SAY...“Since 2002 I’ve run a trackday ZX-7R
their waistline while Kawasaki seemingly made no such attempt and proceeded to try to disguise it with a new set of clothes. It didn’t really work. The ZX-7R looks low and wide from every angle and indeed much more portly (and modern) than the outgoing ZXR750
of an 'it or me' moment. I commiserated with the poor sod, before parting with £1,200 for the bike and bits. Considering an average condition runner would have set me back £2,200 privately, I was happy.Continue Project ZX-7R
World Superbike star Simon Crafar had scores of podium finishes in the 1990s on his Kawasaki, despite never winning a race. That is until he moved to 500cc GP racing with Red Bull Yamaha in 1998, where he won the British round battling against Mick
-termer, which meant the only missing piece of the puzzle was the ZX-7R and let's face it, how tricky could one of those be to get hold of?Erm, incredibly actually. Obviously Kawasaki UK didn't have one, it being a deleted model and all, but as I trawled my
Team. It's claimed the bike produces more than 150bhp.The cost? £20,000 to you, Sir.Item No. 2206438324342003 Kawasaki ZX7-RR specOhlins Front ForkOhlins Rear ShockSuter Dry Clutch (Cost in excess of £3500 new)Factory Engine, which included factory
, but that bike's ZX-7R-inspired styling has been replaced with something more in keeping with Kawasaki's current line-up.Obviously, the Ninja 150RR isn't ever going to be sold in Europe, or any country where there are strict emissions limits.
in 1993 and was now fitted with the race engine from the K model. A few disgusting shell-suit paint jobs later and she was consigned to history, to be replaced by the equally famous ZX-7R.Kawasaki ZXR750 1988-1996 Timeline1988: Kawasaki build an endurance
decent rubber won't be a problem.The 2007 Tiger weighs in at under 200kg - that's lighter than a Kawasaki ZX-7R, but the tall seat height of 835mm will rule the Tiger out for shorter riders. A 20 litre fuel-tank aids the Tiger's all-rounder and touring
long way. If, on the other hand, you’re on a 10 year-old Kawasaki ZX-7R with a tiny plate, an ear-shattering exhaust and you’re wearing trainers and a stolen Arai, well you’re screwed already.
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