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Angus Farquhar  says:

Paris show 07 video: ZX-10R gets traction control for 2008

Kawasaki has launched a brand new version of the ZX-10R with traction control. The bike was unveiled at the Paris Show and is claimed to be even more track focused than ever. Check out the video to see the bike on stage with World Superbike racer Regis Laconi and hear the full specs of the motorcycle explained. See all the latest Paris...

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widz

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widz says:

Complaint

Do we have to hear the sodding sponser intro, then the mcn logo EVERY time!? Just get on with it.

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pissedoff

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pissedoff says:

styling

Why have Honda and Kawasaki failed to learn from Ducati's mistaken belief that styling will not affect sales figures? A new bike has to leapfrog the normal performance progress of the competition by years for buyers to forgive styling mistakes. A beautiful styling job will sell more bikes than a few horsepower, kilos and race wins added together. You see a JLo lookalike down your local and you get itchy feet. You see Gail from Coronation Street and you think I'll stop at the petrol station on the way home and buy the wife some flowers. I had to turn off the "safesearch" option in Google Images before any pictures of the new ZX-10R and Fireblade would show up.

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hatchet78

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hatchet78 says:

re: styling

I do agree with you concerning the styling. I have noticed in the last few years that styling has slowly gotten worse. I do believe at the end of the day most people would probably buy a good looking bike rather than an ugly one. After all these are sport bikes and like sport cars, I don't think someone would buy a ferrari if it looked like an astra, no matter how fast it was.

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gixercarl

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gixercarl says:

not quite on the button

i have been buying superbikes for 15years now regular and in all these years never quite gone with with the green team, something not quite right with whatthey produce always something somthing not quite right not finished right,excellent motors granted, but again this new zx10 strange stying and what have they done with the front indicators sorry suzuki 750 for me for 08

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dartman

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dartman says:

styling

What on earth are those mirrors and indicators all about? I thought the original ZX10 looked pretty good but this effort and the last one are just pants! I think you would have to be a hard core Kawasaki enthusiast to want one!

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milli on air

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milli on air says:

Shame about the exhaust

Bike looks great but it's a shame when you have to change an exhaust because of it's appearance. Will definately consider this bike though. Suzuki 750 is alright if you don't care about looks and the performance is just a compromise between power and handling, but these are performance bikes designed for exitement - who wants compromise.

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