Kawasaki ZX750P

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Kawasaki ZX750P
Manufacturer
Also called ZX-7R
ZX-7RR
Production 1996-?
Class Sport bike
Engine
Spark Plug NGK CR9E
Battery YUASA YTX12-BS
Final Drive Chain: 525x110
Front Sprocket 16T
Rear Sprocket 43T
Front Tire 120/70-17
Rear Tire 190/50-17
Weight
Recommended Oil K-tech 10W-40
Competition Suzuki GSX-R750
Yamaha FZR750RU
Manuals Service Manual


Derived from the more race oriented ZXR-750, the ZX-7R was Kawasaki's attempt to make a "Race Replica" superbike available to the motorcycling public.

The motorcycle is a 749cc in-line four cylinder four-stroke capable in standard form of speeds of over 160mph (255 km/h). Braking and suspension have been influenced by technology developed on the race tracks and have resulted in a motorcycle of prodigious stability and reliability. The basic model has remained unchanged for eight years from its inception to its last production run in 2003.

The ZX-7RR differs from the road model somewhat, having an adjustable head-stock angle, swing arm and larger capacity flat-side carburetors. It also has a close ratio gear-box fitted as standard and different front calipers.

Racing Legacy[edit]

Kawasaki ZX-7R P2

"It seems a little hard to believe in this modern age of super-light, ultra-powerful motorcycles, but the comparatively heavier and somewhat tankish 7RR was the unquestioned king of the AMA for the better part of the '90s. The bike brought Kawasaki into an era of awe-inspiring dominance at the hands of riders such as Scott Russell and Doug Chandler, whose combined efforts resulted in an amazing four AMA championships over a period of seven years. Russell also took the 7RR to the World Superbike Series, where he silenced all the critics with his historic 1993 WSB championship. The 7RR, for the greater part of the decade, was the quintessential high-performance motorcycle. Its impact on racing and even modern culture was so great that, even to this day, most sportbikes -- Kawasaki or not -- are referred to as 'Ninjas' by the general public." - Excerpt from the Article 'Appreciating Older Sportbikes' by Tim Kreitz





1996[edit]

1996 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green
1996 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green


1997 ZX750-P2[edit]

1997 Kawasaki ZX-7R ZX750-P2 in Lime Green
1997 Kawasaki ZX-7R ZX750-P2 in Lime Green
1997 Kawasaki ZX-7R ZX750-P2 in Lime Green



2000 ZX750-P3[edit]

2000 Kawasaki Ninja ZX7R (ZX750-P3) in Lime Green
2000 Kawasaki Ninja ZX7R (ZX750-P3) in Lime Green


2001[edit]

2001 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Yellow/Black
2001 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Yellow/Black


2003[edit]

2003 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green
2003 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green
2003 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green
2003 Kawasaki ZX-7R in Lime Green


See also[edit]

Kawasaki motorcycles