Monday, July 18, 2011

New Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 2011,, The strongest varian

New kawasaki ninja ZX-14 2011

Ninja ZX-14 2011, which appears to challenge the Suzuki Hayabusa, powered by a 4-cylinder inline engine, 1.352cc water-cooled, DOHC, four valves per cylinder. Energy is channeled through a hydraulic clutch and six-speed transmission, the rear tire size 190/50 ZR17.

As for brakes, we knew each piston in the brake lining kalipernya has its own, to improve the cooling efficiency and reduce the possibility of deformed due to heat. KIBS or call Kawasaki Kawasaki Intelligent Anti-lock Brake System. This is a multi-sensing system, which collects and monitors information from sensors on the wheels (the same sensors that collect data with the ZX-10R for the standard traction control system S-KTRC) and the ECU, including wheel speed, pressure calipers, engine rpm, throttle position, movement of clutch and gear position.

Body-designed wind-tunnel incorporates both front and rear turn signal. Four projector headlights give the typical appearance on the front fairing ZX-14. Hyperbike instrument panel includes an LCD digital display multi-functions which have an odometer, two trip meters, fuel guide, gear position indicator, and clock, as well as analog speedometer and tachometer are white


Source= Kawasaki

1 comments:

UK said...

Ninja vampire? Very cool concept and reviews
The work is very versatile, with so many concentrations intermingling
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