How fast does a 750 Ninja go?

How fast does a 750 Ninja go?

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R

Manufacturer Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company
Engine 748 cc (45.6 cu in) four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 16-valve DOHC, inline-four
Bore / stroke 73.0 mm × 44.7 mm (2.87 in × 1.76 in)
Compression ratio 11.5:1
Top speed 241–262 km/h (150–163 mph)

How much does a ninja 750 weight?

Kawasaki ZX-R 750-J

Make Model Kawasaki ZX-R 750-J
Dry Weight 195 kg / 420.9 lbs
Wet Weight 221.6 kg / 487.2 lbs
Fuel Capacity 18 Litres / 4.7 US gal
Consumption average 16.3 km/l

How fast does a Kawasaki 1000 go?

Kawasaki Ninja 1000

Manufacturer Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company
Class Sport touring
Engine 1,043 cc (63.6 cu in) liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-four
Bore / stroke 77.0 mm × 56.0 mm (3.03 in × 2.20 in)
Top speed 152.8 mph (245.9 km/h)

Is Kawasaki z750 fast?

Top speed & performance
Max power 104 bhp
Max torque 57.5 ft-lb
Top speed 130 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 12.1 secs

Is Kawasaki Z1000 fast?

Top speed & performance
Max power 140 bhp
Max torque 111 ft-lb
Top speed 147 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 10.38 secs

What is the other name of the Kawasaki ZXR 750?

Also called: Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7 (North America) Kawasaki ZXR 750 / Ninja ZX-7: specs. Kawasaki ZXR 750 / Ninja ZX-7: images, gallery.

Is the Suzuki ZXR750 a good bike?

The ZXR750 was a good bike in it’s day and was used for some racing series and although the ZXR out handled rivals like the GSXR750 and 1100 it was blown away a few years later (along with the FZR’s and GSXR’s) by the Honda Fireblade.

What’s the difference between a ZXR and ZX7R?

The name ZXR was dropped and both in Europe and the US the standard bike was now called ZX7R. The new bike had a shorter stroke/wider bore engine, which gave it much more midrange than previous models, Twin Ram-air intakes, 6 pot Tokiko brakes and suspension was now fully adjustable front and rear.

Is the McKoy ZXR750 the real thing?

For the first time, a hotter R version was produced the ZXR750 K1 This proved to be the real McKoy, a real racer on the road. Basically the same as the J1, although the rear suspension was sorted out, making for the best ZXR to date.