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2004 Kawasaki ZX-10R Photo Gallery
2004 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R.
Photos of the 2004 Kawasaki ZX-10R.
2004 Kawasaki ZX-10R
Lurking inside this motor are extra strong Camshafts machined from forged billet steel.
A short wheelbase and long swingarm combine to give the 10R razor sharp yet stable handling.
Front and rear suspension have top-out springs to keep the 10R stable under braking and acceleration
Close ratio 6-speed transmission and back torque limiter all point towards one thing: Racing.
The 10R will be available in Blazing Orange, Spark Black, Thunder Blue and of course, Lime Green.
Kawasaki set out to create a bike with the best power-to-weight ratio in the class.
The 43mm inverted fork and gas shock are fully adjustable.
Flush-surface LED taillights should help keep the 10R visible as it disappears into the horizon.
A catalytic converter will help the stock version of the 10R meet EPA standards.
Butterfly valve in the collector of the all titanium exhaust system helps keep power delivery smooth
A long swingarm improves suspension action and helps hold the road.
The seamless tank design looks good and allows the rider to really tuck in deep.
Compact front cowling features a Ram Air duct and total frontal area that is smaller than the ZX-6R.
The multi-reflector headlamps are located low in the cowling for better lighting performance.
Frame rails run over the engine, rather than around it. This gives it the thin feel of a 600.
The ZX-10R frame is only 2.5mm thick.
The lightweight aluminum chassis design started with CAD simulations.
The Ninja ZX-10R is the first bike to feature petal discs.
Awsome stopping power thanks to 4-pot opposed piston Radial mount Tokico calipers.
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