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2019 Kawasaki Z900 pre reg 0 miles - £6999 @ Onyerbike
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2019 Kawasaki Z900 pre reg 0 miles - £6999 @ Onyerbike

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Posted 11th Feb

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In-Line Four
Powerful 948 cm3 liquidcooled, 4-stroke In-line Four engine has a quick-revving character and a strong midrange hit that pulls strongly to the redline. Adding to rider exhilaration, a distinct intake note encourages you to twist the throttle. Silky smooth power delivery facilitates control while contributing to rider comfort and confidence.


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Rider-Focused Supernaked
The choice of a 900cc-class In-Line Four was no accident; every twist of the throttle is rewarded by crisp, smooth response and exhilarating acceleration. But although the engine becomes more exciting the higher the revs climb, its smooth power delivery makes it extremely manageable. The lightweight chassis offers the same duality; nimble handling lends itself to spirited sports riding, while the Z900’s light weight and low seat height make it easy to control.


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Airbox
Shape of the airbox was designed based on acoustic tests carried out in a sound room. The intake note of the Z900 is clear and mild. The frequency of the note varies with engine speed, adding to riding impact – especially at high rpm. Airbox inlet faces upwards, making the intake note easier to hear for the rider.


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Z LED Taillight
Complementing the aggressive Supernaked styling, the Z900’s sharp LED taillight lights up in a “Z” pattern, contributing to the sporty image and the strong Z identity.


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Die-Cast Cylinders
Die-cast cylinder offers an ideal balance of weight and rigidity. Its open-deck design contributes to weight savings.


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Seat
Thanks to the low seat height and the bike’s slim overall design, it’s easy to keep both feet firmly on the ground when stopped, an important consideration for many riders.


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Suspension
ø41 mm inverted front fork features stepless rebound damping and spring preload adjustability in the left fork tube. Adjusters are conveniently located on the fork top cap. Rear suspension positions the shock unit and linkage above the swingarm. This arrangement contributes to mass centralisation, while ensuring that the suspension is located far enough from the exhaust that operation is not affected by heat.


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Multi-Functional Instrumentation
Stacked instrument cluster features an easy-to-read layout. Analogue-style tachometer features a gear position indicator at its centre and sits atop a large multifunction LCD screen. The tachometer’s three riderselectable display modes add a visual element to riding enjoyment. Hairline finish on the tachometer dial, and carbon-fibre-style panelling contribute high-quality touches.


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Aggressive Z Styling
The Z900’s aggressive Z Supernaked styling combines sugomi design elements with elegant, flowing bodywork and a condensed, compact engine. One look, and you’ll fall in love. Complemented by elegant bodywork flowing from head to tail, combined with minimalist cover in the engine area devised to draw attention to its functional beauty. A condensed appearance emphasised by slim, close-fitting bodywork gives the bike a light, agile image that reflects its sporty performance.


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Chassis
One of the key components to the Z900’s light weight (noticeable as soon as the bike is lifted off its side-stand), the frame weighs only 13.5 kg and contributes significantly to the bike’s light, nimble handling.


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A & S Clutch
Assist & Slipper Clutch was developed based on feedback from racing activities. The clutch uses two types of cams (an assist cam and a slipper cam), offering two functions not available on a standard clutch.


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Ergonomics for Control
With the wide, flat handlebar and relaxed, sporty riding position, the rider is easily able to capitalise on the Z900’s sporty street riding potential. The riding position offers a blend of control and comfort that allows the rider to enjoy a variety of riding situations.

TECHNOLOGY
ERGO-FITERGO-FIT is an interface system that allows a wide range of riders to feel at one with their machine.

DISCOVER MORE ABSABS (Anti-lock Brake System) ensures stable braking performance by preventing wheel lock during braking.

DISCOVER MORE HORIZONTAL BACK-LINK REAR SUSPENSIONHorizontal Back-link Rear Suspension arranges its shock unit horizontally, greatly contributing to efficient use of space and mass centralisation.

DISCOVER MORE ASSIST & SLIPPER CLUTCHBased on racing technology, the Assist & Slipper Clutch acts as both a back-torque limiter and a self-servo mechanism that enables a lighter clutch lever pull.

DISCOVER MORE DUAL THROTTLE VALVESDual Throttle Valves offer increased power and greater ease of use care of a second set of ECU-controlled throttle valves.

DISCOVER MORE ECONOMICAL RIDING INDICATORThe Economical Riding Indicator is a mark appearing on the instrument panel to indicate favourable fuel consumption, encouraging fuel efficient riding.

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ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


No, I tend to walk to my parents place most of the time.
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Someone gets paid good money to write all this guff...........
Edited by: "trannyboy" 11th Feb
trannyboy11/02/2020 15:51

Some gets paid good money to write all this guff...........


Do I need to rearrange those words to make a sentence?
When i first got into biking we reckoned on roughly £1/cc, which would have made this about a grand. It was a while ago though!

Taking inflation into account these things are probably cheaper than they were then (and much better).
Excellent deal.
That tail light though... eeek
My next bike hopefully
oooof Cracking deal i have the older 2004 Z750 i paide not far off that for it nerw then
Perfect way to meet your maker
i know it's got all the modern stuff, but i do prefer the old Z900.
Jocky.Balboa11/02/2020 16:06

Do I need to rearrange those words to make a sentence?


To write all this, some guff gets paid good money.
There you go.
keebb911/02/2020 18:33

How many miles do you get from a tank?


Probably not as many as the smiles per mile count
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker



Without getting stuck in traffic tho.
keebb911/02/2020 18:33

How many miles do you get from a tank?


Erm no idea trip shows 60mpg normal riding and 50 when pegging it. 3 1/2 gallon tank i think so 200 miles i guess
Smithington11/02/2020 20:16

Probably not as many as the smiles per mile count


Exactly bought for fun if i wanted mpg i’d ride a 250
adsthompson11/02/2020 21:38

Erm no idea trip shows 60mpg normal riding and 50 when pegging it. 3 1/2 …Erm no idea trip shows 60mpg normal riding and 50 when pegging it. 3 1/2 gallon tank i think so 200 miles i guess


Thanks
Just bought a 3 year old vstrom for just less than the price of this! Amazing value

Dont expect it to hold its value though
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


People know the risks. If they want to take them that's their own right. As long as they don't overtake me at 100 mph on a 1.5 track road at night in the wet on a blind bend with a "think bike" jacket on like all the plebs round my end .

Funny thing is, they think 100 is fast enough to be considered cool ;(.

If you're already in the instant kill range, why not kick it to 150?
How does this compare to an S1000RR?
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


Why do the bitter paranoid granny brigade always have to drop a cynical comment into the bike posts? Some US states still don't have helmet laws, in southern Europe they still ride in swimming trunks n flip flops. At least we take the safety side seriously. In the 3rd world where peeps can't afford cars they have to take the daily risk of riding on crazy lawless roads just to make a living and feed their families. Get some perspective.
YoungingtonCraigington12/02/2020 08:52

How does this compare to an S1000RR?



This one is less likely to spool the rear wheel up at 160mph and then have the traction control decide the spooling's a bad idea and back off, throwing you into the bushes when it regains grip.

That and the fairing.
Edited by: "andymagic" 12th Feb
andymagic12/02/2020 10:13

This one is less likely to spool the rear wheel up at 160mph and then have …This one is less likely to spool the rear wheel up at 160mph and then have the traction control decide the spooling's a bad idea and back off, throwing you into the bushes when it regains grip.That and the fairing.


Does the S1000RR have a recorded history of this happening?
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


None of us are getting out of here alive. But i'd rather enjoy life doing what i enjoy, rather than be scared of anything that might kill me.
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


Naaaw, I regularly top 180mph on my Honda and I hasn't killed me once. Yet.
YoungingtonCraigington12/02/2020 10:18

Does the S1000RR have a recorded history of this happening?



Guy Martin would say yes, in one of his books he blamed the highside at Dundrod on exactly this (not sure it was exactly 160mph though)

Look at that black knight or whatever his name was, Paris ring roads weaving through the traffic at warp factor 9 , used up all his luck. People are often afraid of things new to them. Ride in Greece or Italy and the cars respect you as many started out on two wheels wheras in the UK bike training is so complicated now many just go straightto car.
andymagic12/02/2020 10:30

Guy Martin would say yes, in one of his books he blamed the highside at …Guy Martin would say yes, in one of his books he blamed the highside at Dundrod on exactly this (not sure it was exactly 160mph though)[Video]


He'd say there's a record of it?
YoungingtonCraigington12/02/2020 11:11

He'd say there's a record of it?


That video is quite literally recorded history of it happening.

I guess you're trying to find out of it happens frequently - I very much doubt that many S1000RR owners get anywhere near the limits of what it's capable of, so no, I doubt it happens frequently.
snagzie12/02/2020 07:25

Just bought a 3 year old vstrom for just less than the price of this! …Just bought a 3 year old vstrom for just less than the price of this! Amazing valueDont expect it to hold its value though


Kwaks hold their value pretty well to be honest
ashmac11/02/2020 17:31

Perfect way to meet your maker


No, I tend to walk to my parents place most of the time.
bobbertandsammy18/02/2020 13:47

No, I tend to walk to my parents place most of the time.


Our milkman lives too far away too walk this would suit me
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