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Cleaver chassis and braking upgrades create a mid weight masterpiece. The stunning new Z750 introduces a new level of feedback and saphistication to the popular naked bike class.
Mechanically speaking, it's pretty much a smaller bore Z1000. Stroke remains the same at 50.9mm while bore is reduced to 68.4 instead of 77.2mm. The engine castings are basically identical, save for smaller valves in the 750's head. Based on the good ole' ZX9 mill, the Z750's engine architecture is a bit "old school", with all shafts on one level (The FZ6 uses the advanced R6 engine with stacked tranny shafts) but with a claimed 110 HP, who cares?
The fuel injection shares the same double butterfly system of the 1000, but with throttle bores reduced to 34 from 38mm. The last engine related tidbit is that the 750 is geared shorter than the 1000, something that I learned to appreciate later on, while road testing. Cycle wise, it's worth mentioning that Kawasaki did not cut too many corners while creating the 1000/750 frame.
Evotech Peformance has designed and manufactured a tail tidy, crash protection, radiator guard, spindle bobbins, bar end wieghts and a exhaust hanger.
The inovative design of our products only accentuates the architecture deisgn of the kawasaki Z750.