Thursday, July 17, 2008

Kawasaki ZX-9R-based ZX-RR MotoGP replica

This ZX-RR replica uses a 145bhp ZX-9R engine. Looks quite all right, we think...
Pics: PB mag forum

Here's another interesting bike we found on the PB mag forum – a Kawasaki ZX-RR MotoGP-replica. The engine is a completely rebuilt ZX-9R unit, with a Wiseco high compression kit in it. The carbs are 39mm flatslides, ignition is an adjustable Dynatek 200 unit and the wheels, front fork and swingarm are from a ZX-10R.

The Kawasaki ZX-RR replica also has a modified sub-frame, digital dash, Gilles rearsets and chain adjusters and fully adjustable Ohlins rear shock. The fuel tank and front fender are made of carbonfibre, the exhaust is a full Akrapovic race-line system and the bike has been fitted with an Ohlins steering damper.

The owner says the ZX-9R engine makes 145 horsepower and 120Nm of torque. Not bad, eh?

Also found these bikes on the PB mag forum, here and here. A Honda RC45 (above) and Yamaha OW-01 FZR750RR (below). Both bikes look hot!

Also see:
The greatest MotoGP-replica in the world...
Heavy Hitter: MV Agusta F4 Veltro Pista
Aprilia RS3 Cube: F1-tech in MotoGP...?
Memorable: The 1980s Honda VF1000R
The Lamborghini motorcycle: It's all bull...
Singularly Sexy: The amazing Ducati Supermono...
Get ready for the Peraves MonoTracer!

External links:
An American Hot Rod: 1984-1986 Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S

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