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Video: 2011 Kawasaki Z750R test - 'too heavy to excite'

Kawasaki is making bold claims about their new Z750R. They say they're gunning for the magnificent Triumph Street Triple R, which is more or less the same price and power as the Z750R and one of the best sports nakeds you can buy, bar none. That’s some claim, then.    Find a Kawasaki Z750 for sale 2011 Kawasaki Z750R gallery So, can that little ‘R’...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (15 December 2010 10:16)

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toshibaz

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toshibaz says:

it's just to obvious....

that Ducati and Triumph are MCN pets. And its understandable - the PR budgets are quite nice... but plz without exaggeration. No one says that Triumphs are bad, but to put them as a benchmark for the Japs... dont think so

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BlebLifeSocial

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hello

I think the best Japanese manufacturers motorcycle manufacturers.

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