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Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R (top speed 300 km/h)

Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R (top speed 300 km/h)

The Ninja ZX-14R's ultra-powerful 1441cm3 inline four-cylinder engine puts it in a class all its own. Add in our most advanced electronics system, including traction control, ABS and power mode selection and with an innovative monocoque frame, and stunning bodywork, and the ZX-14R is a phenomenon that you must experience to believe.

The step up in performance over its rivals is readily apparent, with more available torque across the rev range and substantially higher upper-end power.

Twisting the throttle past 4,000 rpm may result in a sensation not entirely unlike that experienced by astronauts breaking free from the Earth's gravitational pull.

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R reinforced the title of "the world's most powerful production motorcycle" by setting a new Australian Land Speed record (Production Class) at Lake Gairdner, SA during DLRA Speed Week 2013.

With only gearing/tyre changes and the speed limiter removed, the Kawasaki Australia supplied Ninja ZX-14R set a phenomenal top speed of 208.153 miles per hour (334.99 km/h). The achieved speed set a new Australian Production Frame-Production Engine (P-P) 1,650cc class record which is also the fastest speed any Production P-P bike has travelled to date.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R (top speed 300 km/h)

Reference(s).. kawasaki.com.au

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