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2011 Kawasaki Z1000 Project Bike Photo Gallery

We trick out our long-term 2011 Kawasaki Z1000 for the track. Check out part one in the 2011 Kawasaki Z1000 Project Part 1.

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The LeoVince EVO II Factory-R Slip-On Exhaust is a good looking piece of kit.
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The LeoVince Fast II allows for fine-tuning of the air/fuel ratio and ignitions timing and comes preloaded with three maps.
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2011 Kawasaki Z1000 Project Bike Dyno Chart
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The power gains from the LeoVince exhaust and Fast II box made the 2011 Kawasaki Z1000 more fun to ride on the track and street.
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Throttle response was improved after adding a LeoVince EVO II Factory-R Slip-on exhaust and Fast II box.
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Rizoma's levers and ProGuard System look great and work awesome.
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The Rizoma ProGuard System protects your levers from accidental actuation from other riders.
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A set of Rental FatBars made the riding position more aggressive.
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Vortex Sprockets and a gold RK chain put the power to the rear wheel.
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A Kawasaki Genuine Accessories tall windscreen is easier to tuck behind down the straights.
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With a new set of lower handlebars the the front end feel of the Z1000 has improved.
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A total weight loss of 21 pounds was achieved by removing non-track essential parts such as passenger foot pegs and kickstand.
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We spooned on a set of Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires to replace the stock rubber that had been decimated by two previous days at the track.
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Dave Moss of Catalyst Reaction suspension tuning helped get our project Z1000's chassis under control.