FEATURES

KEY FEATURES

Attention to Details

Attention to Details

Sculpted design of the upper triple clamp complements the high-quality image of the cockpit area. On the special graphics edition, the upper triple clamp features contrasting sections: painted finish vs. hairline finish with a clear coat.

Lightweight Wheels

Lightweight Wheels

The lightweight wheels offer significant weight savings over those of the predecessor. The front wheel is 360 g lighter and the rear wheel saves 1030 g, for a total reduction of 1.39 kg compared to its predecessor.

Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics

Sculpted by the wind, the ZZR1400’s bodywork offers high aerodynamic performance that reduces drag, and contributes to stability and wind protection at highway speeds.

Sportier Suspension

Sportier Suspension

Stiffer springs for both the front fork and rear suspension deliver a firmer, sportier feel. Along with the new springs, damping settings were also revised to suit the significantly greater output.

Multi-function Instrumentation

Multi-function Instrumentation

Both stylish and functional, the twin analogue-style speedometer and tachometer with dot-pattern faces add a timeless beauty to the cockpit. The dual dials are complemented by a multi-function LCD screen controlled by a convenient handle switch. Riders can select either black or white background colour for the digital display.

Strongest accelerating production motorcycle on the planet

Strongest accelerating production motorcycle on the planet

Designed to settle the issue of supremacy in the flagship class once and for all, the ZZR1400's new engine boasts an increased displacement and thorough engine tuning to deliver heady levels of power and unrivalled acceleration. 

LED taillight

LED taillight

More aggressive, larger-volume tail maintains the LED taillight and integrated rear turn signals of the predecessor.

Stronger, Longer Swingarm

Stronger, Longer Swingarm

Gusseting on the swingarm increases rigidity to match the greater output. Swingarm is 10 mm longer to suit the new final gear ratio. (This also contributes to the slightly longer wheelbase).

Increased Carrying Convenience

Increased Carrying Convenience

The ZZR features retractable luggage hooks that tuck in neatly at the rear of the front seat. These are complemented by two hooks on the passenger tail grip. Idealised hook placement (not too close together) enables large-sized items to be securely attached to the rear seat.

Sculpted styling

Sculpted styling

Thematic quadruple fins of the side fairings are maintained, although their design is more 3-dimensional, contributing to a more dynamic image of the side of the bike.

 Stronger, Shorter-geared Transmission

Stronger, Shorter-geared Transmission

While the increased engine performance already delivers significantly increased torque, shorter gearing care of a larger rear sprocket (41T >> 42T) further accentuates the stronger acceleration.

Fuel tank details

Fuel tank details

A depression in the fuel tank cover facilitates tucking in behind the screen. Machined finish on the fuel tank cap contributes to the high-quality image.

Quadruple Projector Headlamp

Quadruple Projector Headlamp

Aggressive design of the characteristic quadruple projector beam headlights contributes to the increased impact of the front cowling.

Dominant Performance

Dominant Performance

4 mm longer stroke increases displacement of the powerful In-Line Four engine to 1,441 cm³. Bore and Stroke are now 84 x 65 mm.

New seat

New seat

The new gunfighter-style seat contributes to both design impact and ergonomics. Its sculpted shape provides hip support during strong acceleration. Slimmer at the front, it also facilitates the reach to the ground when stopped at lights.

Series-first Back-torque Limiter

Series-first Back-torque Limiter

Easily adjustable back-torque limiting clutch facilitates smooth downshifts and helps prevent rear wheel hop, which becomes more likely with the increased back-torque.

TECHNOLOGY

ABS

ABS

ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) ensures stable braking performance by preventing wheel lock during braking.

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Monocoque Frame

Monocoque Frame

The Kawasaki-original monocoque aluminium frame is a hollow box-style structure that travels over the engine to achieve a slim chassis design, and uses the engine as a fixed member to ensure the ideal rigidity balance.

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KTRC (3-mode)

KTRC (3-mode)

3-Mode KTRC (Kawasaki TRaction Control), Kawasaki's most advanced traction control system, offers a selection of modes to suit a variety of riding situations, from sport riding to touring.

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Power Modes

Power Modes

Power Mode selection allows engine power delivery to be changed to suit the riding situation.

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Dual Throttle Valves

Dual Throttle Valves

Dual Throttle Valves offer increased power and greater ease of use care of a second set of ECU-controlled throttle valves.

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Economical Riding Indicator

Economical Riding Indicator

The Economical Riding Indicator is a mark appearing on the instrument panel to indicate favourable fuel consumption, encouraging fuel efficient riding.

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