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New z900rs

Postby Stu » 07 Sep 2017, 22:53

So, have you all seen this? ... tober-2017

Form an orderly queue behind me for a test ride.
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Re: New z900rs

Postby knight » 08 Sep 2017, 14:48

Incredible,cant wait, must make some room in garage! :D
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Re: New z900rs

Postby angof » 08 Sep 2017, 19:48

Prefer the styling of our Zephs myself, maybe will look better in the flesh
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Re: New z900rs

Postby Dernst11 » 13 Sep 2017, 14:12

Looks great! signme up for one!
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Re: New z900rs

Postby David Richard » 13 Sep 2017, 19:41

hi who knows how much they are
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Re: New z900rs

Postby Stu » 16 Sep 2017, 08:13

Leaked concept photos ahead of release later this year, so no price yet. It'll be based on the z900 and a direct competitor to the Yamaha XSR900, so should be around 8 to 9 grand in uk I would think.

Of course the styling's not as good as the Zephyrs but it's better than the XSR which looks (intentionally?) like someone knocked it up in a back alley.

I'm not a fan of the fake four pipe exhaust, but love the overall concept. Makes more sense as a Kawasaki retro than the old W650 and 800. I'm tempted, but I often am until I get to see them.
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Re: New z900rs

Postby HeavenEleven » 16 Sep 2017, 13:15

Yes Please :P
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Re: New z900rs

Postby Ivor » 18 Sep 2017, 21:37

want :twisted: :twisted:
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Re: New z900rs

Postby vambo » 19 Sep 2017, 08:30

Nice :-)

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Re: New z900rs

Postby Freddy » 23 Sep 2017, 08:09

Just so happened I had a good long hard think about a Z900 the other day. Reckon Kawasaki has made a BIG mistake not having traction control on a 125hp bike. That's a show stopper for me. Even if you don't think it necessary it will have a significant impact on the resale value of the bike. People just expect 2 and 3 stage TC and ABS these days. I'll predict it be a standard feature in a future year release.

If the Z900RS is going to have a longer wheel base, be heavier, and have only 110 hp then its certainly got even less chance that the Z900 of having TC. Yes, it'll need it even less, but for a few hundred dollars I still think Mr Kawasaki has got it wrong.
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