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Kawasaki Launched Z900 To Replace Z800 At EICMA



Kawasaki launched Z900 at EICMA to replace the outgoing Z800. Z900 comes with a 948 cc inline-four that is based on the Z1000 that produces 126 bhp an extra 12 bhp from Z800.


The most significant change would be the new steel trellis frame that leads to a massive 29 kg drop from 229 kg to 200 kg. The brake system is a basic 300mm front disc with Nissin four-piston calipers that comes with ABS. As for suspension, it comes with a 41mm upside down fork with adjustable rebound and preload, and shock with the same levels of adjustability.

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