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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 09-15-2005, 10:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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first pic Kawi ZZR1400

found this. no numbers yet... wahtta beast!
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found this. no numbers yet... wahtta beast!
That's a big bulky bike!
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'Busa fighter fo sho.
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So now we have the busa, old and true... the BMW K1200S, and now this... DESENT!




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more pictures and a few numbers here:

http://www.motards-online.com/motorc...-1400-2006.htm

They claim torque is 10 mkg at 2.000rpms (NOT MAX TORQUE!!!)
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all i can say is UGGGGLY. but its just an opinion and everyone has them.
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Looks like some giant chewed a BMW K, Blackbird and a ZX12 then puked up that blue gob of bike.
but that is just me and my
Without these bikes, the market would become stale. I bet they sell like crazy to the straight line speed freaks. Nice color tho!
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i think it is pretty stylish for a big, chunky bike.
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yeah, touring bikes arent very athletic looking... but i want to see the gaudy numbers.
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Exactly JK... it isn't a super sport bike... its geared towards those high speed tour type guys...




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mmmm busa killer
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my thing is how can u make a 1400 monster and not claim to be interested in just top end power? if i wanted a machine to handle the corners, i think something a lil smaller would make more sense like a busa(?). .. gimme the ponies!!



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my thing is how can u make a 1400 monster and not claim to be interested in just top end power? if i wanted a machine to handle the corners, i think something a lil smaller would make more sense like a busa(?). .. gimme the ponies!!
Are you serious? A busa for corners? They are one of the same!




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hey good lookin!

better pics




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Are you serious? A busa for corners? They are one of the same!

i was just kidding, dont worry what i dont get is why make a 1400 begininer friendly? just make it fly, why else would anyone buy a 1400? for gas milage?



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see post #15.
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I don't think it's a bad looking bike!




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Nice looking. I want to see how it compares against the Yamaha FJR1300. Gimmie this 1400, some soft saddlebags and I'll see you in Utah. And the reason why I would want a 1400 is for the gobs of beautiful, wonderful torque.
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