Kawasaki z800

kawasaki z800

What kind of engine does a Kawasaki Z800 have?

The Kawasaki Z800 is a Z series four-cylinder standard motorcycle made by Kawasaki from 2013 through 2016, replaced by the Z900 for 2017. Using the nomenclature of the Kawasakis Z series begun in 1972, the Z800 is the follow-up of the Z750 which had been introduced in 2004 as successor of the ZR-7.

Is there a Kawasaki z800/z900 OwnersGroup?

Wed suggest the Kawasaki Z800 and Z900 Owners Group on Facebook is a great place to start. Based on the old Z750R’s steel tubular backbone frame, Kawasaki has added a cast aluminum subframe section running down each the side of the engine and connected by a tube around the front. It reduces engine vibration and increases rigidity.

How fast does the Z800 go?

The Z800 feels like a rocket off the lights the gearing really helps launch this bike away, lets be honest here most nakeds have a top speed of around 90mph before your neck feels like its being ripped off, and most of us are cruising 90% of the time below 70mph (As Honda keep telling us), and it excels at all those speeds.

Is the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked any good?

We’re genuinely shocked how good the 2013-2018 Kawasaki Z800 naked is, given how uninspiring the old Z750 was - it’s a fitting tribute to the Zed’s 40th birthday. The ride quality is sumptuous, the motor smooth and there’s power spilling out of it at every rpm. It’s a real joy to ride.

What are the models of the Kawasaki Z800?

Kawasaki Z 800 models include the 16 motorcycles below produced from 2013 to 2017. The 2017 Kawasaki Z800 motorcycle is used as an example on this page. It has a 806 ccm in-line four engine.

Is the Suzuki z800e easy to ride?

The Z800 is now one of those rare bikes that’s beautifully-balanced everywhere – easy and fun to ride. As well as being the most refined and sorted Zed we’ve ridden, new riders won’t miss out on the fun, thanks to the A2 licence -friendly Z800e model.

How big is the swingarm on a Kawasaki Z800?

Kawasaki Z800: specs. Swingarm Unitrak with mono-shock (adjustable spring pre-load), 137 mm / 5,4 in – ZR800C, ZR800D Kawasaki Z800: images, gallery.

How fast does the Z800 go?

The Z800 feels like a rocket off the lights the gearing really helps launch this bike away, lets be honest here most nakeds have a top speed of around 90mph before your neck feels like its being ripped off, and most of us are cruising 90% of the time below 70mph (As Honda keep telling us), and it excels at all those speeds.

What is the top speed of a Kawasaki Z800?

At the heart of Kawasaki’s Z800 beats an 806cc in-line four, liquid cooled engine, which produces a nice and buttery smooth amount of power that is enough to get you going at a decent quip. The top speed I achieved was 137mph before backing off.

How much power does a Ford Z800 make?

For those wanting the exact power figures, Cycle World reported that the Z800 puts out 98.4 hp at 10,160 RPM, and 56.3 ft. lbs. of torque at 7,810 RPM. From a full stop to acceleration, the Z800 has a satisfying amount of pull, which is evenly deliverable throughout the rev range.

What is your top speed at 6900 rpm?

In the first 2000 km my top speed was always between 117 and 123 km/h at 6900 rpm. Since the last 500 km my top speed is 105 km/h at 7750 rpm (cut off). I have check the belt and she look like new .

How does the Z800 compare to the Z1000?

Heavier than its big brother, the Z1000, the Z800 is fairly weighty. If you have to tippy-toe this bike, you’re going to feel that weight, especially at low speeds. Seat height is a respectable 32.8 inches, some of that from the almost six-inch ground clearance — a full inch higher than the Z1000.

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