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Nick Ienatsch  says:

New Kawasaki ZZR1400 first ride

Kawasaki’s new ZZR1400 has astonished American testers with its performance and refinement – the overhauled hyperbike clocked a 9.64 second standing quarter mile at its American launch in Las Vegas, Nevada. The European version will be launched in January, though Kawasaki cannot confirm how the specifications will differ. American magazine Cycle World’s tester Nick Ienatsch was among the first to ride...

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Dec 11

Posts: 1

scottninja says:

It's Love

Some people will get it, others will not.  Its all to do with passion and I love. 

For me I appreciate the engineering, the effort of the manufacturer and pride in ownership.  I ride a ZX12R and I will move upto a ZZR1400 at some point.  No I probably wont max it out but one thing for sure is I will be thrilled when I collect mine. 

Do we need these bikes?  Well I do!

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Jan 10

Posts: 17

TruBlu says:

my 2 cents.

I am going to use a very well known cliche, because its true. "if we have to explain bikes like these, then you wouldn't understand"

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Jan 10

Posts: 17

TruBlu says:

another thing,

Have you noticed how little gap between ground and fairing!

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Sheene Fan7


Mar 03

Posts: 250

Sheene Fan7 says:

that isn't a pic of the bike with standard ride height, thats been lowered for the drag strip

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Jan 11

Posts: 8491

snev says:


please suzuki, can you work your own magic and give us a new Busa (this time a little bit less ugly from behind..... which is where most people see it from).

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Jan 12

Posts: 1

Mushtago says:

Looks like a strap buckle on the front caliper compressing the forks, after all the pic is taken just as he started his run so they should be fully extended..rear is compressed due to acceleration and that fugly can weighing it down.

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Dec 10

Posts: 243

blue200tdi says:

Do we need these bikes? Well no we don't. Do we want these bikes? Well yes we do.

But then the same can be said for Ferrari's, lambo's and the Bugatti veyron and even the Konigshfgjdfvhfvhbfslltfydtdyseg.

Why do we need Blades and the like, they aren't much slower in a straight line? We have them because we can have them and we want them for many reasons.

I own a ZZR1400 and I just love the attention it gets where ever I go, I like the look of it and most importantly, I like the way it eats motorway miles effortlessly and comfortably.

I just hope to the almighty one that we brits don't get that god damn awful exhaust!

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Mar 09

Posts: 53

flasharri says:

Do we need really need them?

I take it from the responses to my earlier post that yes, in fact we really do need them. It's the only kind of bike that I have never owned/ridden so I do apologise for my uneducated rant! Cheers. Flasharri

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Mar 10

Posts: 8

rudemugs says:


He he..  Buy one before they are banned I say!  Need to sell a few more mugs first though...

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Oct 11

Posts: 2704

Piglet2010 says:

ZX-14R Exhaust

@ Mushtago – There is actually one of those “fugly cans” on each side of the ZX-14R/ZZR1400.  Probably needed to meet CE and EPA noise regulations.

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