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Andy Davidson  says:

Staff Blog: Seriously versatile

Times are changing. A once bland and boring middle-weight class has morphed into one of the most exciting and competitive bike genres today, breeding a new wave of superior machinery. Enter the Kawasaki Z800. Aggressive in all its naked glory, silky smooth and refined… a world apart from the old 750 and even the Z1000. It's more than enough to drag...

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ivanhoe

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ivanhoe says:

Not quite right

My new car costing £21000.00   is fine except for the seat, which is uncomfortable, but new  after market seats should sort that problem out.   The engine has  a flat spot at 91.5 mph  but I will fit a refined chip in the ecu and get the old laptop out to re-programme the fuel injection.

The windscreen reflects glare into my eyes, but there are plenty of after market kits which will sort this out.

Yes this is a wind up . no one would put up with sh""" with a new car.  But MCN  expect bikers to take a new bike and spend thousands on putting it right.  Thats why the MCN is full of adverts for putting putting right crap bikes.

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rlf3

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rlf3 says:

confused?

Not convinced.

Aching neck muscles, numb bum and rubbish mirrors yet it's a pleasure to ride and would make an ideal commuter?

Who are you trying to kid.

This is yet another machine for occasional weekend poseurs.

 

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