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The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 model is a Sport bike manufactured by Kawasaki . In this version sold from year 2007 , the dry weight is 215.0 kg (474.0 pounds) and it is equipped with a In-line four, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of  and a maximum torque of 153.90 Nm (15.7 kgf-m or 113.5 ft.lbs) @ 7500 RPM . With this drive-train, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of  . On the topic of chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 has a Semi-double cradle, high-tensile steel frame with front suspension being 43mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments / 4.6 in. and at the rear, it is equipped with  . Stock tire sizes are 120/70-ZR17 on the front, and 190/50-ZR17 on the rear. As for stopping power, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 braking system includes Double disc size  at the front and Single disc size  at the back. 

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 General Information

BrandKawasaki 
ModelKawasaki Ninja ZX-14 
Start year2007 
Year2007 
CategorySport 
Factory Warranty (Years / miles)

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight

Frame typeSemi-double cradle, high-tensile steel 
Seat details
Wheelbase1,461 mm (57.5 inches) 
Length2,169 mm (85.4 inches) 
Width759 mm (29.9 inches) 
Height1,171 mm (46.1 inches) 
Seat Height800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. 
Alternate Seat Height
Ground Clearance
Trail size
Wheels details
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions120/70-ZR17 
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions190/50-ZR17 
Front brakesDouble disc 
Rear brakesSingle disc 
Front Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions
Rear Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight215.0 kg (474.0 pounds) 
Front Percentage of Weight
Rear Percentage of Weight
Weight-Power Output Ratio :
Fuel Tank Capacity21.95 litres (5.80 gallons) 
Reserve Fuel Capacity
Carrying Details and Capacity
Front Suspension43mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments / 4.6 in. 
Front Suspension Travel
Rear Suspension
Rear Suspension Travel

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Engine and Transmission Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylindersIn-line four, four-stroke 
Engine details
Fuel systemInjection. DFI with Mikuni 44mm Throttle Bodies (4) 
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity1352.00 ccm (82.50 cubic inches) 
Bore x Stroke84.0 x 61.0 mm (3.3 x 2.4 inches) 
Compression Ratio12.0:1 
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain ConfigurationDOHC 
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower
Maximum torque153.90 Nm (15.7 kgf-m or 113.5 ft.lbs) @ 7500 RPM 
Engine Maximum RPM
Cooling systemLiquid 
Lubrication system
Engine oil capacity
Exhaust system
Gearbox6-speed 
Transmission type, final drive ratioChain 
Clutch type
Driveline

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Performance

Top Speed
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph)
Acceleration 0 to 400m (1/4 mile)
Recuperation 60 to 140 km/h in highest gear
Fuel Consumption - MPG - Economy - Efficiency
CO2 emissions
Emissions

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 Electrical Systems, Ignition and Equipment

Ignition TypeTCBI with Digital Advance 
Electrical Details
Starter Type
Instruments
Lights

How much does a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 weighs?
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 weighs 215.0 kg (474.0 pounds).

How tall (seat height) is a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14?
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 seat height is 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

How many gears does a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 have?
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 have 6 gears.

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Kawasaki ZZ-R 1400

Make Model

Kawasaki ZZR 1400  / Ninja ZX-14

Year

2006

Engine

Four stroke, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

1352 cc / 82.5 cu-in

Bore x Stroke84 x 65 mm
Compression Ratio12.0:1
Cooling SystemLiquid cooled
LubricationWet sump

Induction

DFI® with four 44mm Mikuni throttle bodies

Ignition 

TCBI with Digital Advance
StartingElectric
Max Power 187 hp / 139.5 kW @ 9500 rpm
Max Power  Ram Air197 hp / 147 kW @ 9500 rpm

Max Torque

136 Nm/ 113.5 lb-ft @ 7500 rpm
Max Power Rear Tyre 170.2 hp / 126.9 kW
ClutchWet, multiple discs, hydraulic operated

Transmission 

6 Speed 
Final DriveX-Ring chain
Gear Ratio1st  2.611(47/18)  2nd 1.947 (37/19) 3rd 1.545 (34/22) 4th 1.333 (32/24)  5th 1.154 (30/26) 6th1.036 (29/28)
FrameAluminium, Monocoque frame

Front Suspension

43mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, 18-way compression and 15-way rebound damping adjustment,
Front Wheel Travel116.8 mm / 4.6 in

Rear Suspension

Bottom-Link Uni-Trak® and gas-charged shock with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments, adjustable ride height,
Rear Wheel Travel121.9 mm / 4.8 in

Front Brakes

2x 310mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 250mm disc 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre

190/50 ZR17
Rake23°
Trail94 mm  / 3.7 in.
Dimensions Length 2170 mm / 85.4 in
Width 760 mm / 29.9 in
Height 1180 mm / 46.1 in
Wheelbase1461 mm / 57.5 in.
Seat Height800 mm  /  31.5 in
Ground Clearance125 mm / 4.9 in
Dry Weight 220 kg / 485 lbs

Wet Weight

257 kg  /  566.7 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

22 Litres   /  5.8 US gal

Standing ¼ Mile  

10.3 sec

Standing 0 - 100km2.9 sec
Standing 0 - 140km4.8 sec
Standing 0 - 200km7,8 sec
Acceleration  60-140 km/h 4,2 sec
Acceleration  60-140 km/h7.5 sec
Acceleration  100 - 140 km/h 3.5 sec
Acceleration  140 - 180 km/h 3.8 sec

Top Speed

303.6  km/h / 188.7 mph 

KAWASAKI NINJA® ZX™-14: THE WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL PRODUCTION MOTORCYCLE DOMINATES THE COMPETITION AT THE DRAGSTRIP AND ON THE STREET

Awesome power meets outstanding balance to deliver the ultimate ride

Dominant is a word often misused to describe products which don’t actually fulfill that promise. However, it is precisely the right word to describe Kawasaki’s Ninja® ZX™-14. Since its debut in March of 2006, this motorcycle has won every major magazine comparison test it participated in. Earning universal praise for massive torque, effortless power, stable handling and a comfortable riding position, the 1352cc Ninja ZX-14 has set the highest performance standard in the motorcycle industry.

The ZX-14 isn’t just a straight line wonder. It also excels with light, neutral handling and comfortable ergonomics which challenge dedicated sport touring motorcycles for rider comfort. Indeed, this most powerful of all Kawasaki-branded motorcycles was created to do everything right.

Just because a motorcycle has overwhelming power, doesn’t mean it has to be intimidating to ride. With electronics tuned to deliver a predictable spread of torque in low-gear/low-rpm situations, the Ninja ZX-14 inspires far more rider confidence than expected from such a powerful motorcycle. A twist of the throttle delivers a seamless spread of torque that is so linear, the “power band,” becomes irrelevant. Those that have ridden a ZX-14, marvel at a power delivery which makes it possible to pull away smoothly from a total stop in almost any gear.

The ZX-14’s chassis design is every bit the equal of its power plant. An advanced version of Kawasaki’s unique aluminum monocoque design, its frame is lightweight and very strong. By utilizing this frame technology, engineers were able to concentrate on delivering a slim, compact package.

Offering a very relaxed sport riding position, the ZX-14 is compact without being cramped, and its bars are positioned so riders don’t have to stretch to reach them. The narrow engine, monocoque frame, and fuel tank make it easy for riders to keep their knees close together in any riding conditions. Footpegs are low-set to give ample legroom and the low seat height and narrow seat front make it a cinch to plant both feet on the ground when stopped. Its comfort levels might make the rider think they are on a dedicated sport tourer, but one twist of the ZX-14’s throttle is all it takes to remind them they are on the world’s quickest, fastest and most powerful production motorcycle.

Kawasaki engineers and designers have created a motorcycle that turns its Ram Air and fuel-injected engine into the core of a powerful, torque-producing, aerodynamic stunner that will draw attention from onlookers whether on the road, or parked on the roadside.

When the rider is stopped, the motorcycle will be the center of attention. Because the monocoque frame goes over the engine and doesn’t protrude through the fairing, the fairing design lines are uninterrupted, giving it a smooth, flowing appearance from front to rear. Quadruple projector beam headlights adorn the ZX-14’s front cowl, with the outer lenses containing high beams and position lamps. Low beams are located behind the two center lenses. The turn signals are cleanly integrated into the fairing and rear cowl, and a LED tail lamp features a unique “V” design. Overall, the ZX-14’s aerodynamics remind users that Kawasaki is indeed an aircraft maker. This blending of form, power, and handling characteristics have delivered a motorcycle with appeal that extends far outside of its high performance audience.

All told, Kawasaki brought its engineering and design expertise to the forefront of motorcycle creation. The Ninja ZX-14 lives up to its Ninja heritage, and far surpasses the competition. The meaning of the word “dominant” has found its true definition

FEATURES:

Key Features:
- Distinctive Ninja® styling
- Most powerful production Kawasaki motorcycle to date
- Next generation monocoque aluminum frame
- Comfortable riding position

1,352cc Four-Cylinder, DOHC Engine
- Tuned to provide smooth power across a very wide rev range while raising Kawasaki’s legendary horsepower standards to a new level
- Carefully planned engine design keeps it compact and narrow
- Chrome composite plated aluminum cylinder bores are lightweight, durable, and quickly carry heat away from the combustion chamber and piston for supreme durability at high power outputs

Gear-Driven Dual Engine Balancers
- Already in perfect primary balance, dual secondary balancers virtually eliminate unwanted vibrations for extremely smooth engine operation and rider support

Ram Air Induction
- Central Ram Air duct produces a straighter path to the airbox for maximum intake efficiency
- This system takes cooler, high-pressure air from in front of the fairing and guides it through the air cleaner and into the engine for maximum power output

Digital Fuel Injection
- 44mm Mikuni throttle bodies are fitted with sub-throttle valves that are controlled by the ECU to provide precise response and make DFI® performance smoother, with response similar to constant velocity carburetors
- 32-bit electronic control unit works with dual throttle valve system to further enhance throttle response and control
- A digital computer feeds the engine exactly the amount of fuel it needs for cleaner emissions and maximum fuel economy

Digital Ignition
- Digital Timing Advance enhances low-and mid-range power
- Four individual spark plug-mounted ignition coils fire each spark plug independently to achieve the optimum timing for that cylinder at that instant
- ECU includes an idle speed control system for easier starting and warm-up

Radial Pump Clutch Master Cylinder
- Hydraulic clutch features a radial-pump clutch master cylinder for smooth and precise clutch engagement

Next-Generation Monocoque Aluminum Frame
- Evolved from the ZX-12R, the frame is a hollow aluminum box that arches over the engine from the steering head to the swing arm pivot. It is narrow, strong, rigid and very light
- Engine is rigidly mounted to increase the monocoque’s torsional rigidity. Plus using the engine as a stressed frame member decreases the frame’s weight by approximately four pounds
- Engine positioned forward in the frame, wheelbase and front/rear weight balance were carefully designed to achieve high-speed stability and responsive handling
- Massive head pipe casting contributes to frame rigidity
- The monocoque section houses the air box and air filter in a space-saving design that actually simplifies air cleaner maintenance. Two screws hold a plate on the left side of the frame that allows air cleaner access
- The battery is also housed within the frame and has simple access through the back side of the frame
- The steering head and swing arm pivot areas are cast aluminum for superior strength and rigidity

Inverted 43mm Cartridge Type Front Fork
- Damping rates offer stiff initial action to resist front-end dive when braking
- Stepless damping adjustment improves suspension performance

Bottom-Link Uni-Trak® Rear Suspension
- Linkage rates provide linear suspension action
- The bottom-link design concentrates the weight lower in the chassis for a lower center of gravity, which makes the motorcycle more nimble

 

Radial Mounted Petal Front Disc Brakes
- Radial mounted four-piston front brake calipers. Instead of mounting the calipers with threaded tabs cast near the top of the caliper, the radial design utilizes integrated mounting points at both the top and bottom of the caliper, with the mounting bolts inserted through the rear of the caliper instead of the side/front. This makes the caliper more rigid, which improves brake feel over a wider range of operation
- A separate brake pad is used for each piston. One large pad can deform with the heat generated by hard braking, resulting in a loss of brake feel at the lever. Individual pads provide increased cooling efficiency and can absorb more heat without deforming so they maintain consistent brake feel stop after stop
- Petal design brake discs provide better cooling and warp resistance
- Radial-pump front brake master cylinder improves brake performance and lever feel
- Wheel rims feature center ribs which are slightly offset so tire balance weights can be located precisely along the wheel’s centerline.

Wind Tunnel-Designed Bodywork
- Since the monocoque frame goes over the engine the fairing is uninterrupted by protruding frame spars, adding to the extremely long and low styling. Both the front and rear turn signals are integrated into the bodywork and have clear lenses to enhance the appearance
- Quadruple projector beam headlights give the ZX-14 a distinctive upper fairing. The outer lights contain position lamps and the high beams, while the low beams are in the center lamps
- Lightweight Denso radiator with high-density cores provides maximum cooling efficiency

Full Instrumentation
- Dual analog speedometer and tachometer with white faces are easy to read
- Multi-function LCD digital display includes an odometer, two trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator and a clock
- Programmable shift indicator lamp illuminates at pre-set rpm to signal rider upshift
- Programmable clutch engagement lamp illuminates at pre-set rpm to signal the rider to engage the clutch
- CAN (Controller Area Network) interface between the meter uses fewer wires while allowing a greater volume of information, such as estimated fuel mileage, to be exchanged

 

 

 

 

 

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Kawasaki ZZ-R 1400

Make Model

Kawasaki ZZR 1400  / Ninja ZX-14

Year

2011

Engine

Four stroke, transverse four cylinders, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

1352 cc / 82.5 cu-in

Bore x Stroke84 x 65 mm
Compression Ratio12.0:1
Cooling SystemLiquid cooled
LubricationWet sump

Induction

DFI® with four 44mm Mikuni throttle bodies

Ignition 

TCBI with Digital Advance
StartingElectric
Max Power 187 hp / 139.5 kW @ 9500 rpm
Max Power  Ram Air197 hp / 147 kW @ 9500 rpm
Max Power Rear Tyre 170.2 hp / 126.9 kW

Max Torque

136 Nm/ 113.5 lb-ft @ 7500 rpm
ClutchWet, multiple discs, hydraulic operated

Transmission 

6 Speed 
Final DriveX-Ring chain
Gear Ratio1st  2.611(47/18)  2nd 1.947 (37/19) 3rd 1.545 (34/22) 4th 1.333 (32/24)  5th 1.154 (30/26) 6th1.036 (29/28)
FrameAluminium, Monocoque frame

Front Suspension

43mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, 18-way compression and 15-way rebound damping adjustment,
Front Wheel Travel116.8 mm / 4.6 in

Rear Suspension

Bottom-Link Uni-Trak® and gas-charged shock with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments, adjustable ride height,
Rear Wheel Travel121.9 mm / 4.8 in

Front Brakes

2x 310mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 250mm disc 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre

190/50 ZR17
Rake23°
Trail94 mm  / 3.7 in.
Dimensions Length 2170 mm / 85.4 in
Width 760 mm / 29.9 in
Height 1180 mm / 46.1 in
Wheelbase1461 mm / 57.5 in.
Seat Height800 mm  /  31.5 in
Ground Clearance125 mm / 4.9 in
Dry Weight 220 kg / 485 lbs

Wet Weight

257 kg  /  566.7 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

22 Litres   /  5.8 US gal

Standing ¼ Mile  

10.3 sec

Standing 0 - 100km2.9 sec
Standing 0 - 140km4.8 sec
Standing 0 - 200km7,8 sec
Acceleration  60-140 km/h 4,2 sec
Acceleration  60-140 km/h7.5 sec
Acceleration  100 - 140 km/h 3.5 sec
Acceleration  140 - 180 km/h 3.8 sec

Top Speed

303.6  km/h / 188.7 mph 

The 2011 Ninja ZX-14, which comes to challenge Suzuki’s coveted Hayabusa, is powered by a 1,352cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, four valve per cylinder, inline-four engine. The power is channeled through a hydraulic clutch and six speed transmission, down to the 190/50 ZR17 rear tire.

The exact horsepower and torque figures of the Ninja ZX-14 are irrelevant, but a track day will tell you anything there is to know. As for the brakes, what we do know is that each piston in the calipers has its own brake pad, which increases cooling efficiency and decreases the chance deforming due to heat.

The darker side of the hyper-Ninja Kawasaki calls its all-new anti-lock system KIBS – or Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System. It’s a multi-sensing system, one that collects and monitors a wide range of information taken from wheel sensors (the same ones collecting data on the standard ZX-10R for its S-KTRC traction control system) and the bike’s ECU, including wheel speed, caliper pressure, engine rpm, throttle position, clutch actuation and gear position.

The wind-tunnel designed bodywork integrates both the front and rear turn signals. The quadruple projector beam headlights give the ZX-14 a distinctive front fairing. The outer lights contain position lamps and high beams, while the low beams are located in the center lamps.

The hyperbike’s instrumentation includes a multi-function LCD digital display that has an odometer, two trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator and clock, as well as white faced dual analog speedometer and tachometer.

Simply Put, the World’s Ultimate Sporting Motorcycle

It’s hard to imagine a more advanced or more capable sportbike than the completely new and totally redesigned Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-10R. After all, it packs the very latest in sport bike technology, much of it right off the MotoGP circuit, including the most advanced traction-control system in production bike history.

But the ZX-10R has an even smarter sibling – the 2011 Ninja ZX-10R ABS.

At first glance, anti-lock braking might seem a touch out of place on a purebred sportbike. This system was designed from the start to provide maximum on-track performance. And when you consider the many safety- and control-oriented benefits provided by the amazing electronic and hardware technology available today, it begins to make a lot of sense.

Think of it: You’re charging into a hairpin during a track day. It’s late in the afternoon, you’re tired, and your front tire is shagged from a day of hard-core knee-dragging. But instead of tucking as you squeeze the front brake lever, your front tire chirps briefly and the KIBS system intervenes until traction returns – allowing you to arc gracefully into the corner, a little wiser and a lot more intact physically that you might have been riding a non-ABS motorcycle. On the street, anti-lock’s benefits are even easier to realize.

Kawasaki calls its all-new anti-lock system KIBS – or Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System. The use of “intelligent” is apropos, too, considering just how smart the new KIBS is. It all starts with the smallest and lightest ABS unit ever built for a motorcycle, one Bosch designed specifically with sport bikes in mind. It’s nearly 50 percent smaller than current motorcycle ABS units, and 800 grams lighter, adding only about 7 pounds of weight compared to the non-ABS machine, a pound of which is accounted for by the larger battery.



KIBS is a multi-sensing system, one that collects and monitors a wide range of information taken from wheel sensors (the same ones collecting data on the standard ZX-10R for its S-KTRC traction control system) and the bike’s ECU, including wheel speed, caliper pressure, engine rpm, throttle position, clutch actuation and gear position. The KIBS’s ECU actually communicates with the bike’s engine ECU and crunches the numbers, and when it notes a potential lock-up situation, it tells the Bosch unit to release caliper pressure, allowing the wheel to once again regain traction.

Aside from this system’s ultra-fast response time, it offers a number of additional sport-riding and race track benefits, including rear-end lift suppression during hard braking, minimal kickback during ABS intervention, and increased rear brake control during downshifts. The high-precision pressure control enables the system to avoid reduced brake performance (sometimes seen on less advanced systems), maintain proper lever feel and help ensure the ABS pulses are minimized.

The rest of the 2011 Ninja ZX-10R ABS is equally advanced. Not only are we talking about a complete redesign of the Big Ninja’s engine, frame, suspension, bodywork, instrumentation and wheels, but a highly advanced and customizable electronic system that allows riders of all skill levels to harness and experience the new ZX-10R ABS’s amazing blend of power and razor-edge handling. The system – called Sport-Kawasaki Traction Control, or S-KTRC – represents a whole new dimension in sport motorcycling, and the ZX-10R ABS is the only production sport bike that can take you there.

Motorcyclists have forever been challenged by traction-related issues, whether on dirt, street or track. Riders that can keep a rear tire from spinning excessively or sliding unpredictably are both faster and safer, a tough combination to beat on the racetrack. And when talking about the absolute leading edge of open-class sport bike technology, where production street bikes are actually more capable than full-on race bikes from just a couple years ago, more consistent traction and enhanced confidence is a major plus.

The MotoGP-derived S-KTRC system works by crunching numbers from a variety of parameters and sensors – wheel speed and slip, engine rpm, throttle position, acceleration, etc. There’s more data gathering and analysis going on here than on any other Kawasaki in history, and it’s all in the name of helping racers inch closer to the elusive “edge” of maximum traction than ever before. The S-KTRC system relies on complex software buried in the new ZX-10R’s Electronic Control Unit (ECU), the only additional hardware is the lightweight speed sensors located on each wheel.

Unlike the KTRC system on Kawasaki’s Concours™ 14 ABS sport tourer, which primarily minimizes wheel slip on slick or broken surfaces as a safety feature, the S-KTRC system is designed to maximize performance by using complex analysis to predict when traction conditions are about to become unfavorable. By quickly, but subtly reducing power just before the amount of slippage exceeds the optimal traction zone, the system – which processes every data point 200 times per second – maintains the optimum level of tire grip to maximize forward motion. The result is significantly better lap times and enhanced rider confidence –exactly what one needs when piloting a machine of this caliber.

The S-KTRC system offers three different modes of operation, which riders can select according to surface conditions, rider preference and skill level: Level 1 for max-grip track use, Level 2 for intermediate use, and Level 3 for slippery conditions. An LCD graph in the newly designed instrument cluster displays how much electronic intervention is occurring in real time and a thumb switch on the left handlebar pod allows simple, on-the-go mode changes.

The system also incorporates an advanced Power Mode system that allows riders to choose the amount of power – and the character of delivery – available from the engine. Besides the standard full-power mode are Medium and Low settings. In Medium mode, performance varies according to throttle position and engine rpm; at anything less than 50 percent throttle opening, performance is essentially the same as in Low mode; at more than 50 percent, riders can access additional engine performance. All three S-KTRC settings are available in each of the three Power Mode settings.

And the motorcycle so capably managed by all of this trick electronic wizardry? It was completely redesigned from 2010 to ’11.
It all starts with the ZX-10R ABS’s all-new inline-four, easily the most advanced engine to ever emerge from a Kawasaki factory. Like last year’s potent ZX-10R engine, the new powerplant is a 16-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled inline-four displacing 998cc via 76 x 55mm bore and stroke dimensions. But that’s where the similarity stops, as the new mill boasts a handful of engineering changes designed to optimize power, power delivery, center of gravity and actual engine placement within the chassis.

A primary goal of Kawasaki engineers was linear power delivery and engine manageability throughout all elements of a corner: the entry, getting back to neutral throttle at mid-corner, and heady, controllable acceleration at the exit. Peak torque was moved to a higher rpm range, which helped to smooth the power peaks and valleys that can make it difficult for racers and track day riders to open the throttle with confidence.

Larger intake valves (31mm vs. 30mm), wider – and polished – intake ports, and completely revised exhaust porting all allow better breathing, more controllable power delivery and less engine braking, just the thing to smooth those racetrack corner entries and exits. Higher-lift camshafts built from lighter-yet-stronger chromoly steel (instead of cast iron on the previous model) and featuring revised overlap further contribute to optimized engine braking and more controllable power delivery. Newly designed lightweight pistons feature shorter skirts and mount to lighter and stronger connecting rods, each of which spin a revised crankshaft made of a harder material and featuring stronger pins and journal fillets. Compression moves to a full 13.0:1.

There’s more, including a totally revamped crankshaft/transmission shaft layout that contributes to a higher center of mass – and improved handling via better mass centralization – by locating the crankshaft approximately 10 degrees higher relative to the output shaft. There’s even a secondary engine balancer assembly this year, which allows a number of vibration-damping parts to be simplified, contributing to weight savings. A smaller and dramatically lighter battery helps drop even more weight, as does a lighter ECU and fuel pump.

A race-style cassette transmission allows simple trackside ratio changes and offers a host of improvements for 2011. These include closer spacing for 4th, 5th and 6th gears and the fine tuning of the primary and final reduction ratios for less squat/lift during acceleration and deceleration, which allows more precise suspension tuning in back. An adjustable back-torque limiting clutch assembly is fitted, helps reduce driveline shock during downshifts and offers an even higher level of corner-entry calmness.

Cramming all that fuel and air into this amazing new engine is a ram air-assisted fuel injection system featuring larger throttle bodies (47 vs. 43mm) and sub-throttle valves, a larger capacity airbox (9 vs. 8 Litres), secondary injectors that improve top-end power characteristics, and a redesigned ram-air intake that’s positioned closer to the front of the bike for more efficient airbox filling and increased power.

The final piece of the ZX-10R ABS’s power-production formula is a race-spec exhaust system featuring a titanium header assembly, hydroformed collectors, a large-volume pre-chamber containing two catalyzers and a highly compact silencer. Due to the header’s race-spec design, riders and racers looking for more closed-course performance need only replace the muffler assembly.

With the engine producing a massive quantity of usable and controllable power, engineers looked to the chassis to help refine handling and overall road/track competency even further. An all-new aluminum twin-spar frame was designed, an all-cast assemblage of just seven pieces that features optimized flex characteristics for ideal rider feedback, cornering performance and lighter weight than last year’s cage. Fewer pieces mean fewer welds, which contributes to a cleaner, more aesthetically pleasing look. Like the frame, the new alloy swingarm is an all-cast assembly, with idealized rigidity matching that of the frame itself.

Chassis geometry was juggled to offer the best possible stability and handling quickness. Rake, at 25 degrees, is a half-degree steeper than on the 2010 machine, while trail has been reduced from 110 to 107mm. This slightly more radical front end geometry, and the quicker, lighter handling it allows, was made possible largely from the new engine’s more controllable power, engine placement and the CG differences it generated, and the frame and swingarm’s newfound flex characteristics.

Highly advanced suspension at both ends helped as well. Up front is a 43mm open-class version of the Big Piston Fork (BPF) found on last year’s comparo-dominating Ninja ZX-6R. Featuring a piston design nearly twice the size of a conventional cartridge fork, the BPF offers smoother action, less stiction, lighter overall weight and enhanced damping performance on the compression and rebound circuits. This added compliance results in more control and feedback for the rider – just what you need when carving through a rippled sweeper at your local track or negotiating a decreasing-radius corner on your favorite backroad.

There’s big suspension news in back, too. Replacing the vertical Uni-Trak® system of the 2010 ZX-10R is a Horizontal Back-link suspension design that positions the shock and linkage above the swingarm. Benefits include better mass centralization, improved road holding, compliance and stability, smoother action in the mid-stroke (even with firmer settings), better overall feedback and cooler running. The design also frees space previously taken by the linkage assembly below the swingarm, space now used for the exhaust pre-chamber, which allows a shorter muffler and, again, better mass centralization. The fully adjustable shock itself features a piggyback reservoir and dual-range (low- and high-speed) compression damping.

All-new gravity-cast three-spoke wheels are significantly lighter than the hoops fitted to the 2010 bike, and combine with the very latest in brake technology – Tokico radial-mount calipers grasping 310mm petal discs up front and a 220mm disc and lightweight single-piston caliper in back. The result is powerful stops with plenty of rider feedback and the added confidence of the KIBS ABS system.

Finally, Kawasaki engineers wrapped all this new technology in bodywork as advanced and stylish as anything on this side of a MotoGP grid. Shapes are more curved than edged this year, and the contrasting colored and black parts create a sharp, aggressive image. Line-beam headlights enable the fairing to be made shorter, while LED turn signals are integrated into the mirror assemblies. Convenient turn-signal couplers allow easy mirror removal for track-day use, while the rear fender assembly holding the rear signal stalks and license plate frame is also easily removable for track days. High-visibility LED lamps are also used for the tail and position lights.

Instrumentation is totally new as well; the unit highlighted by an LED-backlit bar-graph tachometer set above a multi-featured LCD info screen with numerous sections and data panels. A wide range of information is presented, including odometer, dual trip meters, vehicle speed, fuel consumption, Power Mode and S-KTRC level indicators, low fuel, water temperature and much more. For track use, the LCD display can be set to “race” mode which moves the gear display to the center of the screen.

The new ZX-10R ABS’s ergonomics have been fine tuned for optimum comfort and control, with a slightly lower saddle, adjustable footpegs positioned slightly lower and forward relative to last year, and clip-ons with a bit less downward angle. This is a hard-core sportbike you can actually take on a weekend ride – and be reasonably comfortable doing so. And because it’s more than 10 pounds lighter than last year’s bike, the new ZX-10R ABS will be much more manageable in whatever environment you choose to ride it in.

The old saying, “power is nothing without control” is certainly apt where open-class sport bikes are concerned. But when you factor in all the engine, chassis, ergonomic and anti-lock braking control designed into the 2011 Ninja ZX-10R ABS, you begin to realize you’re looking at one very special motorcycle – one that will prove to you time and time again why it’s arguably the most advanced sportbike ever.

2011 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 motorcycle model Features

Key Features
- 1,352cc inline-four with DFI® provides smooth power while producing impressive amounts of horsepower
- Lightweight aluminum monocoque frame is narrow, strong and rigid
- Radial-mounted front brake calipers and radial-pump front brake master cylinder combine for superior braking power and control
- Six-speed transmission
- Fully adjustable suspension allows for excellent control and feedback
- Hydraulic clutch offers precise clutch engagement and optimal feel
- Natural yet aggressive ergonomics
- Multi-function LCD instrumentation offers a wealth of information and is easy to read
- Standard rear seat cowl adds to bike’s aerodynamic styling

1,352cc Four-cylinder, DOHC Engine
- Tuned to provide smooth power across a very wide rev range while producing impressive horsepower numbers
- Chrome composite-plated aluminum cylinder bores are lightweight, durable, and quickly carry heat away from the combustion chamber and piston for supreme durability at high power outputs
- Carefully designed engine is compact and narrow
- Low mechanical noise via special piston profile and urethane insulation sheet on the inside of the magnesium chain cover

High-flow Exhaust System
- Airflow into the exhaust from the large secondary air ports in the cylinder head and head cover, plus a third honeycomb catalyzer in the collector, help meet strict Euro III emissions standards
- Internal silencer construction minimizes impact of emissions regulations while maintaining impressive top-end power
- Exhaust connecting tube entrances are designed to enhance low-rpm response

Gear-driven Dual Engine Balancers
- Already in perfect primary balance, the engine features dual secondary balancers that virtually eliminate unwanted vibrations for extremely smooth operation and reduced rider fatigue

Ram Air Induction
- Central ram air duct draws cooler, higher-pressure air from the face of the fairing and efficiently guides it through the air cleaner and into the engine for maximum power output

Digital Fuel Injection
- 44mm Mikuni throttle bodies are fitted with sub-throttle valves controlled by the ECU to provide precise response, smooth DFI performance and help meet Euro III emissions requirements
- Intake porting optimizes flow characteristics
- Injectors deliver lateral spray at a 20-degree angle to disperse the finely atomized fuel over a wide area
- Fine-atomizing injectors produce a 75micron droplet size
- 32-bit ECU works with dual throttle valve system to further enhance throttle response and control

Digital Ignition
- Digital Timing Advance enhances low- and mid-range power
- Individual spark plug-mounted ignition coils fire each of the four spark plugs independently to achieve the optimum timing for that cylinder
- ECU includes an idle speed control system for easier starting and warm-up

Radial Pump Clutch Master Cylinder
- Hydraulic clutch features a radial-pump clutch master cylinder for smooth and precise clutch engagement and optimal feel

Next-generation Monocoque Aluminum Frame
- Lightweight monocoque frame is a hollow aluminum box that arches over the engine from the steering head to the swingarm pivot. It is narrow, strong, rigid and very light
- Frame’s cast aluminum sections – steering head and swingarm pivot areas – are produced via a die-casting process for weight savings
- Rigidly mounted engine is a stressed frame member, which increases the frame’s torsional rigidity and saves approximately four pounds
- Engine is positioned forward in the frame, with the wheelbase and front/rear weight balance carefully designed to achieve high-speed stability and responsive handling
- Massive head pipe casting contributes to frame rigidity
- Frame houses the air box and air filter in a space-saving design that simplifies air cleaner maintenance
- Battery is also housed within the frame and is easily accessible through the back side of the frame

Suspension
- Inverted 43mm cartridge-type front fork utilizes damping rates that offer firm initial action to resist front-end dive when braking
- Stepless damping adjustment improves suspension performance
- Excellent control and feedback from fully adjustable bottom-link Uni-Trak® rear suspension
- Linkage rates allow linear suspension action
- Bottom-link design helps create a lower center of gravity, which makes the motorcycle more nimble
- Wheel rim center ribs are slightly offset so tire balance weights can be located precisely along the wheel’s centerline

Radial-mount Calipers and Petal-type Discs
- Radial mounted four-piston front brake calipers offer greater rigidity than traditional caliper mounting to improve brake feel
- A separate brake pad is used for each piston. Individual pads provide increased cooling efficiency and can absorb more heat without deforming so they maintain a consistent brake feel longer
- Petal-type design brake discs provide better cooling and warp resistance
- Radial-pump front brake master cylinder improves brake performance and lever feel

Wind Tunnel-designed Bodywork
- Monocoque frame is positioned over the engine so the sleek fairing is uninterrupted by protruding frame spars, adding to the extremely long and low styling
- Both the front and rear turn signals are integrated into the bodywork and have clear lenses to enhance appearance
- Quadruple projector beam headlights give the ZX-14 a distinctive front fairing. The outer lights contain position lamps and high beams, while the low beams are located in the center lamps
- Lightweight Denso radiator with high-density cores provides maximum cooling efficiency

Full Instrumentation
- White faced dual analog speedometer and tachometer are easy to read
- Multi-function LCD digital display includes an odometer, two trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator and clock
- Programmable shift indicator lamp illuminates at pre-set rpm to signal rider upshift
- Programmable clutch engagement lamp illuminates at pre-set rpm to signal the rider to engage the clutch
- Controller Area Network (CAN) interface between the gauges uses fewer wires yet allows a greater volume of information, such as estimated fuel mileage, to be exchanged

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 motorcycle model Technology

Engine

No company knows more about in-line fours than Kawasaki. From the early Z-1 to our factory MotoGP bikes, our knowledge about the in-line four-cylinder engine is unsurpassed. The virtues of this design are many: powerful, smooth running and very compact, if it's a Kawasaki superbike, it has to be an in-line four.

Each component of this amazing engine was thoroughly developed to deliver the perfect balance of power, torque, and ridability. Twisting the throttle on the ZX-14 gives the kind of response you would expect from a large bore machine; a seamless spread of awesome torque, right 'round the dial.

Big, 1352cc displacement features a bore and stroke of 84 x 61 mm.

Revised intake porting provides optimum flow characteristics.

Revised piston profiles contribute to reduced mechanical noise.

New cylinder head and cylinder head cover have larger secondary air ports (increased approximately 20%), making it easier to get more air into the exhaust system for cleaner emissions. The electric Air Switching Valve (ASV) can also handle more air volume.

Windage ports between cylinders reduce pumping losses for increased power output.

The monocoque frame is sealed to form the ram-air airbox contributing to the compact layout.

New urethane sheet added to the inside of the magnesium chain cover also helps reduce mechanical noise.

Already in perfect primary balance, the ZX-14 engine uses a secondary balancer to tame unwanted vibrations, resulting in an extremely smooth engine.

Three-phase generator is crankshaft mounted for reduced drive losses.

The crankshaft, input shaft, and output shaft are arranged in a tri-axis to create a very compact engine length.

Digital fuel injection features ECU controlled sub-throttles to smooth throttle response for "carb like" action. The result is much better rider control and ease of operation.

Intake breathes through four massive, 44mm throttle bores for high air flow at top engine loads.

New, fine-atomising injectors with droplet size of 75? increase lateral spray angle from 15o to 20o, dispersing atomised fuel over a wider area resulting in improved power, smoother operation and excellent fuel mileage.

Automatic Idle Speed Control system contributes to easy starting.

Twin mufflers (each with honeycomb catalyzer) provide ample volume for creating the engines massive power and meeting exhaust emission standards.

New internal muffler construction. Capacity ratio of the first and third chambers was adjusted, as were the lengths of the pipes projecting from the baffle plates

In addition to the already existing honeycomb catalysers in each muffler, a new third honeycomb catalyser was added in the collector.

Entrances to the connecting pipes (joining header pipes 1-4 & 2-3) were enlarged approximately 75% to compensate for the new collector shape (addition of the third honeycomb catalyser). This change in particular resulted in enhanced torque characteristics, especially in the low rpm range.

Slick shifting six-speed transmission feeds power to the rear wheel.

Direct-actuation shift lever is lighter than conventional linkage-type arrangements and offers a more direct feel.

Hydraulically operated clutch features a radial-mount clutch master cylinder for worry-free, silky smooth clutch operation.


Chassis

The Ninja ZX-14 runs Kawasaki's exclusive aluminum monocoque frame. Rock steady at speed, and offering responsive handling characteristics, this advanced chassis design strikes an ideal balance between sport riding, and high-speed running on the highway.

Our engineers made full use of the design freedom given to them by the engine's compact size. The engine's position forward in the frame, the wheelbase and front/rear wheel weight balance were all carefully chosen to achieve both high-speed stability and responsive handling.

Aluminum monocoque frame represents a further evolution of the frame first used on Kawasaki's KR500 racer then in production on the Ninja ZX-12R. This advanced design makes possible a very slim, compact package.

Fuel mass is located at the rear of the "tank" and extends below the seat, further contributing to the centralized mass.

Already inherently more rigid than twin-spar frames, with the engine rigid-mounted the torsional rigidity is further increased. Using the engine as a stressed member allows the frame to be made lighter.

New die-casting process for the main frame sections results in a lighter frame.

Massive head pipe casting also contributes to the high rigidity.

Bolt-on, aluminum rear sub-frame includes tall side plates contributing to the unique styling and creating a very narrower mid-section.

Monocoque frame design creates a void inside the frame that is used to house various electrics including the M-F battery.

The hollow section of the frame behind the steering head serves duty as the airbox for the ram-air system.

The combination of the monocoque frame with rigid-mounted engine and a mass located at the centerline gives the ZX-14 extreme stability at high speeds.

Chassis is narrow through the middle for superior rider control.

Engine and chassis components were all designed to maximize mass centralization.

Inverted, 43 mm cartridge fork uses a large diameter, hollow axle for light weight and precise steering feedback.

Fork includes adjustments for compression damping, rebound damping, and ride height.

Uni-trak linkage rear suspension complements the highly rigid frame, offering both great controllability at high speeds and superb road holding ability when sport riding in the hills.

Gas charged piggy back reservoir shock includes adjustments for compression damping, rebound damping, and spring preload.

Formidable front brake performance is further enhanced with a radial-pump master cylinder that offers superb feel at the lever.

Semi-floating, drilled, petal style, 310 mm front brake rotors are gripped by Nissin, radial mount, 4-piston, 4-pad calipers.

Rear brake features 250 mm, drilled, petal style rotor and 2-piston caliper for additional stopping power and improved braking feel.

Wheels feature center ribs that are slightly offset so that tire balance weights can be located at the wheel centerline.

Brakes/Wheels

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Formidable front brake performance is further enhanced with a radial-pump master cylinder that offers superb feel at the lever.

Use of four individual brake pads promotes even heat distribution across each pad virtually eliminating fade due to pad warpage at high temperatures.

Rearbrake features 250mm, drilled, petal style rotor and 2-piston callipers for additional stopping power and improved braking feel.

Newly designed wheels feature centre ribs that are slightly offset so that tire balance weights can be located at the wheel centreline.

Ergonomics

In spite of the ZX-14's awesome performance, the machine is surprisingly non-intimidating. This is due as much to the seamless power delivery, as it is to the smooth ride and its rider-friendly ergonomics. On the ZX-14, the typical weekend jaunt leaves the rider refreshed and invigorated.

Despite its long and low appearance, the ZX-14 offers a very relaxed sport riding position.

Compact without being cramped, the bars are positioned so that riders do not have to stretch to reach them.

Low-set footpegs give ample legroom.

The low seat height and narrow seat front make it easy to reach the ground when stopped at lights.

The narrow engine, monocoque frame, and waisted fuel tank make it easy to keep knees comfortably close together when riding.

A depression in the fuel tank cover facilitates tucking in behind the screen.

Aerodynamics & Styling

The ZX-14 exudes an aura of power and assurance found only in the world's most powerful machines. As befits its flagship status, the ZX-14 offers a combination of avant garde design, meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail. Whether parked in front of a café or zooming effortlessly down the highway, this is a machine people will notice.

The ZX-14's bodywork gives it extremely long and low styling. The front cowl extends well over the front wheel and the fairing almost hides the front wheel. All the lines of the bike move from front to rear, giving the bike an impression of speed even when it standing still.

Because the monocoque frame goes over the engine and does not protrude through the fairing, a smooth, uninterrupted fairing design is possible.

The ZX-14's multifunctional aerodynamics package reduces drag, adds stability at highway speeds and keeps you out of the wind when sport riding in the hills.

Raised "Kawasaki" and model emblems contribute to the classy styling.

Long front fender with aerodynamic side wings contributes to the ultra high speed potential of the ZX-14.

Fuel tank features a flush-surface tank cap.

A small under-cowl forward of the rear wheel contributes to the bike's flowing lines. This under-cowl is removed when fitting the optional center stand.

LED tail lamp features a unique "V" design. This will be the most common view of the ZX-14 on the move.

Front and rear turn signals are integrated into the fairing and rear cowl. Clear signal lenses with orange bulbs contribute to the high quality appearance.

Standard equipment solo seat cover complements the aerodynamic styling. Removing the cover reveals the seat beneath.

Quadruple projector beam headlights adorn the ZX-14's front cowl. The outer lights contain position lamps and the high beams. Low beams are in the two center lamps.

All four beams on (when HI beam selected) creates enough light to turn night into day.

Central Ram Air duct like that of other Ninja models gives the ZX-14 a consistent Kawasaki face.

Instrumentation

Nestled in the canopy is an instrument cluster with LCD information centre and dual electric analog gauges for speedometer and tachometer.

White meter faces with black lettering makes the meters easy to read in daylight. Meter faces look black with white lettering and the meter needles glow red at night.

Multi-function LCD digital display includes:

- coolant temperature gauge
- gear position indicator
- fuel level gauge
- average fuel mileage
- instant fuel mileage
- fuel range
- battery voltage
- shift indicator light (rpm programmable)
- engage rpm indicator light (rpm programmable)
- dual, A/B trip meters
- odometer
- digital clock

Multi-function LCD digital display language can be set for English or French. Display can also be set for Litres , US gallon, or Imperial gallon.

Shift and engage indicator lights can be set individually for bright, dim, blinking, or off.

Use of CAN interface between the meter and the ECU reduces the number of cables and allows a greater volume of information (e.g. fuel consumption) to be exchanged.

CAN (Controller Area Network) is the latest generation On Board Diagnostics interface system.

Anti-theft circuit built into the ignition switch and ECU prevents hotwiring by joy riders.

Quadruple projector beam headlights adorn the ZX-14's front cowl. The outer lights contain position lamps and the high beams. Low beams are in the two center lamps.

All four beams on (when HI beam selected) creates enough light to turn night into day.

Front and rear turn signals are integrated into the fairing and rear cowl. Clear signal lenses with orange bulbs contribute to the high quality appearance.

Central Ram Air duct like that of other Ninja models gives the ZX-14 a consistent Kawasaki face.

 

 

 

 

 

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How Much Does your ZX14 Weigh?

My zx14 is 488lbs race ready. Just wondering what other ZX14 Weigh?
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  Ignore this member    01smokes

never checked but im guessing 500 pounds or so, my boss just bought a bad ass set of scales for his race car so ill find out soon
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  Ignore this member    eklipse636

711 with me suited. I'm about 215 suited, so about 496 with a couple gallons of gas
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  Ignore this member    trganey

450lbs. 575lbs full of fuel and the rider suited.
  Ignore this member    Stu64


450lbs. 575lbs full of fuel and the rider suited.


Wow, 125lbs. suited, are you male or female?
  Ignore this member    quikgix

Mine weighs 475LBS AND 647LBS with me suited.
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  Ignore this member    thutch26


450lbs. 575lbs full of fuel and the rider suited.


What is left on your bike?
mine weighs 470 with bst's
mostly catalyst bodywrk,
no lowers
and completely gutted?
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Gettin faster everytime I go to the track!!!



  Ignore this member    trganey



450lbs. 575lbs full of fuel and the rider suited.


What is left on your bike?
mine weighs 470 with bst's
mostly catalyst bodywrk,
no lowers
and completely gutted?


Mine has light weight front forks, hard tail, custom frame, light weight front wheel, smaller fuel tank w/ external pump, body by catalyst etc. I suppose I'd better come clean. My ZX-14 is a little different than the factory 14's but it's still a fourteen. BTW we weighed it at Bristol and it weighed 575 with the rider (my son) suited and seated.




  Ignore this member    thutch26

ohh! lol... thought it was a street bike! my badd!
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  Ignore this member    1badzx12r

bike weight is 525lbs rider 300 lbs suited and depends on what i ate for a grand total of 825lbs



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  Ignore this member    trganey


ohh! lol... thought it was a street bike! my badd!


I knew that's what everyone else was probably thinking except 1bad. We talked with him @ Bristol. He can vouch for how fat my pilot is. LOL We do have a real 14 but I can't remember how much it weighs with Zak on it. I can tell you that it'd weigh about another 135lbs with my fat azz on it instead of him.
  Ignore this member    Beondwacko

my bike tipped the scales at 530 lbs. Strange that it weighs the same as my XX did.
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  Ignore this member    RRZX-14

550 with a full tank, 800 with me on it.

Got to lose some weight.
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  Ignore this member    08green

475
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  Ignore this member    BLK ICE

I wish I could get to 475lbs, but I can't think of anything esle to take off and still ride it on the road.?
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  Ignore this member    epd345

Mine was 540 on the landfill scale with close to a full tank. Centerstand and all. I guess it would be about 510-515 on fumes
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  Ignore this member    smokinZX14

Both my zx14s weighed 505 with one and a half gallons of fuel .. I never removed anything but the mirrors, One rear peg and stock pipes..But i added an air shifter and one pound co2 bottle .. Oh i did toss the tool bag ...
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  Ignore this member    quick6

on the scales at rockingham, the monster 14 weighed 425lbs. straight up grudge bike. light wheels, complete catalist light body work including the tank. every thing that can be removed has been, including the charging system. really surprised me. total weight with rider suited that day was 575lbs im 160lbs suited.
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  Ignore this member    AcadianaZX

Beautiful bike. Who's frame did you use?






450lbs. 575lbs full of fuel and the rider suited.


What is left on your bike?
mine weighs 470 with bst's
mostly catalyst bodywrk,
no lowers
and completely gutted?


Mine has light weight front forks, hard tail, custom frame, light weight front wheel, smaller fuel tank w/ external pump, body by catalyst etc. I suppose I'd better come clean. My ZX-14 is a little different than the factory 14's but it's still a fourteen. BTW we weighed it at Bristol and it weighed 575 with the rider (my son) suited and seated.





  Ignore this member    trganey

Thanks, it's a Koenig Low Boy. We're not real fast but we're having a ball! LOL We were barely able to squeez out Top Gas numbers at Bristol on 112. Garron said that it would've helped if I had ran MR12 instead. Still it's not bad with factory ecu and fuel injecton.

We're not trying to set any records we're just having fun!
  Ignore this member    02zx12rbob

Nice lookin bike.
  Ignore this member    AcadianaZX

Thanks for the info. Fun is what its all about.





Thanks, it's a Koenig Low Boy. We're not real fast but we're having a ball! LOL We were barely able to squeez out Top Gas numbers at Bristol on 112. Garron said that it would've helped if I had ran MR12 instead. Still it's not bad with factory ecu and fuel injecton.

We're not trying to set any records we're just having fun!

  Ignore this member    jlewis02

535 full of gas

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  Ignore this member    osr

quick6 -- post a pic of that bike up --
  Ignore this member    Shane661

Mine was 455 lbs with 2 gallons of gas in it's last setup.
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Weight zx14

Kawasaki's profilation of this bikeEvery champion knows sustained dominance is only possible with constant improvement. Such is the case with Kawasaki’s Ninja® ZX™-14. Since its debut in March of 2006, this motorcycle has ruled the open class sportbike roost with nearly non-stop magazine comparison victories.
General informationModel:Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14Year:2008Category:SportPrice as new:US$ 11699. MSRP depends on country, taxes, accessories, etc.Rating: 3.9  Check out the detailed rating of racing track capabilities, engine performance, accident risk, etc. Compare with any other bike.Engine and transmissionDisplacement:1352.0 ccm (82.50 cubic inches)Engine type:In-line four, four-strokeTorque:208.8 Nm (21.3 kgf-m or 154.0 ft.lbs)Compression:12.0:1Bore x stroke:84.0 x 61.0 mm (3.3 x 2.4 inches)Valves per cylinder:4Fuel system:InjectionFuel control:Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC)Ignition:TCBI with Digital AdvanceCooling system:AirGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,
final drive:
ChainChassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsFrame type:Double cradle, high-tensile steelRake (fork angle):23.0°Trail:94 mm (3.7 inches)Front suspension:43mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments / 4.6 in.Rear suspension:Bottom-Link Uni-Trak® and gas-charged shock with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments, adjustable ride height / 4.8 in.Front tire:120/70-ZR17 Rear tire:190/50-ZR17 Front brakes:Double discDiameter:310 mm (12.2 inches)Rear brakes:Single discDiameter:250 mm (9.8 inches)Physical measures and capacitiesDry weight:220.0 kg (485.0 pounds)Seat height:800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Overall height:1171 mm (46.1 inches)Overall length:2169 mm (85.4 inches)Overall width:759 mm (29.9 inches)Wheelbase:1461 mm (57.5 inches)Fuel capacity:21.95 litres (5.80 US gallons)Other specificationsColor options:Metallic Midnight Sapphire Blue, Atomic Silver, Special Edition: Metallic Flat Spark Black/Metallic Persimmon RedUpdate specsReport missing specs or required updates.Further informationInsurance costsCompare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.Finance optionsCompare US motorcycle loan quotes from the nation's top providers.Parts finderRevzilla offers up to 50% off motorcycle accessories.Accessories Ships to most countries. CMSNL provides online schematics & OEM partsParts and ships to Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, The United States and more. Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.MaintenanceFind parts, fluids. filters, maintenance tools and service manuals at Amazon.com.Ask questionsJoin the 08 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 discussion group or the general Kawasaki discussion group.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs.
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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

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ManufacturerKawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company
Also calledKawasaki ZZR1400
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R (2012–2020)
Parent companyKawasaki motorcycles
Production2006–2020
PredecessorKawasaki ZZ-R1200
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R
ClassSport bike
Engine(2006–2011) 1,352 cc (82.5 cu in)
(2012–2020) 1,441 cc (87.9 cu in)[1]four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 16-valveDOHC , inline-four
Bore / stroke84.0 mm × 61.0 mm (3.31 in × 2.40 in)
84.0 mm × 65.0 mm (3.31 in × 2.56 in)
Compression ratio12.0:1
Top speed186 mph (299 km/h)
Power(2006-2011)
140 kW (190 hp) (claimed)[2]
121.6–126.9 kW (163.1–170.2 hp) (rear wheel)[3][4]
(2012–2020)
155.0 kW (207.9 hp) (claimed)[5]
143.0 kW (191.7 hp) (rear wheel)[6]
Torque(2006–2011)
140.7 N⋅m (103.8 lb⋅ft) (rear wheel)[4]
(2012–2020)
153.5 N⋅m (113.2 lb⋅ft) (rear wheel)[6]
Transmission6-speed sequential manual, X-ring chain
Frame typeAluminium monocoque
SuspensionFront: 43 mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments / 4.6 in travel
Rear: Uni-Trak with adjustable preload, stepless rebound and compression damping adjustments, adjustable ride height / 4.9 in travel
BrakesFront: Dual semi-floating 310 mm (12 in) petal discs with dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers
Rear: Single 250 mm (9.8 in) petal disc with twin-piston caliper
TyresFront: 120/70 ZR17
Rear:190/50 ZR17
Rake, trail23 degrees / 94 mm (3.7 in)
Wheelbase1,480 mm (58.3 in)
DimensionsL: 2,170 mm (85.4 in)
W: 760 mm (29.9 in)
H: 1,170 mm (46.1 in)
Seat height800 mm (31.5 in)
Weight269 kg (593 lb)[7] (wet)
Fuel capacity22 L (4.8 imp gal; 5.8 US gal)
RelatedKawasaki 1400GTR

The ZZR1400 or Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 and ZX-14R (2006–2020), is a motorcycle in the Ninjasport bike series from the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki that was their most powerful sport bike as of 2006.[8] It was introduced at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show[9] and released for the 2006 model year as a replacement for the Kawasaki ZZ-R1200 (2002-2005). The ZZR1400 is capable of accelerating from 0–60 mph in 2.5 seconds.[10] The top speed is electronically limited to 186 mph (299 km/h) as a result of an agreement between the major Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers.

The motorcycle was in season 10 of Fifth Gear on October 30, 2006.

Motorcycle USA road tested the bike in its October 10, 2006 issue and posted the following stock results:[2]

  • 60 ft.: 1.713 seconds
  • 330 ft.: 4.349 seconds
  • 1/8 mile: 6.447 seconds, achieving 117.39 mph
  • 1/4 mile: 9.783 seconds, achieving 147.04 mph

2008 saw a minor update. The launch of the 2012 ZX-14R saw a second-generation revision with the R designation.[11] This included a displacement increase to produce more horsepower along with two variable power modes, Kawasaki traction control, and an ignition-management system that was lifted from the ZX-10R. It received cosmetic updates, incremental chassis upgrades, and suspension revised internals and a slipper clutch added for the first time. The new motor had cylinder heads with polished ports and cams with more lift and longer duration. Pistons made were lighter with added compression, cooled by a new oil jet system. Connecting rods and crankshaft were strengthened, as were the tensioner and cam chain, while the transmission got heat-treated surface gears. In an effort to make the motorcycle run cooler, and therefore be more durable, they added a second radiator fan. Larger head pipes and larger mufflers with a less restrictive air filter improved response. Motorcyclist recorded Rickey Gadson's quarter mile time of 9.64 seconds at 149.83 mph from a bone-stock bike, on a 50-degree morning, at an altitude of 2100 feet.[12] Cycle World recorded a quarter-mile time of a record 9.47-seconds (corrected) at 152.83 mph, and also hit 60 mph in just 2.6 sec.[13]

2006 ZZR1400 cutaway view of the aluminium monocoqueframe and engine

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Miles, Mathew (October 10, 2011). "New for 2012: Kawasaki First Look". Cycle World. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  2. ^ abMotorcycle USA
  3. ^"Performance Index Winter '12/'13 Edition"(PDF), Motorcycle Consumer News, Bowtie Magazines, January 2013, archived from the original(PDF) on 2016-12-29
  4. ^ ab"Long-Term Wrap-Up: 2006 Kawasaki ZX-14". Cycle World. March 25, 2009. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  5. ^"Top 10 most powerful bikes of 2015". Visordown. August 28, 2015. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  6. ^ abLenatsch, Nick (March 7, 2012). "Kawasaki ZX-14R – Road Test". Cycle World. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  7. ^Cycle World AIMExpo 2015: 2016 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R Special Edition
  8. ^2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14Archived 2006-10-31 at the Wayback Machine official US page
  9. ^(Japanese) Tokyo 2005 presentationArchived 2006-03-23 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^Kawasaki ZZR1400, ZX14 Motorcycle previewArchived 2012-05-01 at the Wayback Machine at Seastar Superbikes UK
  11. ^Frank, Aaron (October 7, 2011). "2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R - First Look". Motorcyclist. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  12. ^"Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R". Motorcyclist. January 12, 2012. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  13. ^Conner, Blake (December 29, 2011). "2012 Kawasaki ZX-14R – Feature". Cycle World. Retrieved February 12, 2016.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_Ninja_ZX-14

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