Kawasaki Launch Z900RS Cafe 0

New color scheme, lowered handle bars, a café racer fairing, sportier seat and a hump at the back; Kawasaki surprises Milan with the new Z900RS Café. This is a souped up Z900RS which is first launch at the Tokyo Motor Show last month.

Performance wise, the Z900RS Café, it is based on the Z900 with traction control and assist/slipper clutch and it makes 111 bhp and 53.5 lbft from its 948cc in-line-four. It also gets traction control, radial-mount brake calipers, and LED lighting all round, while the dual clocks boast analogue-style speedometer and tachometer dials, bookending a do-it-all LCD screen. It has the presence of Yamaha’s XSR900 Abarth, but without the osteopath-supporting riding position

The Z900RS comes with only Kawasaki Lime Green and a slight white paintjob that will make you stand out from the crowd and unfortunately it is the only color available.

Born in school of petrol heads, raised practically drinking gasoline and smoked by the burning tires. Left the 4 wheels and took up 2 wheels as a direct result from mid age crisis. It's little crazy but am happy about it.

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