Legendary Japanese tuning company Moriwaki has come up with this delicious version of Kawasaki’s Zephyr 1100 a makeover for 2010.
Famous for launching the racing careers of Graeme Crosby and Wayne Gardner, Moriwaki produced a well-known, customised Zephyr 1100 in 1999 known as the Monster.
The biggest change on this latest version is a big bore 1258cc engine, carving out 110bhp, and a retro-styled hand made exhaust system.
A new swingarm brings some of the most advanced work Moriwaki does on its racebikes to the road.
While a computer designed, aluminium alloy arm gives maximum stiffness and works with a 180 section rear wheel and tyre, relocating the rear calliper mount.
There is also new suspension and a new clutch.
See more in this week’s MCN.