Is Kawasaki Z900RS best for Racing?

The Kawasaki Z900RS is a cruiser bike that comes in a single color and configuration. The weight of this Z900RS motorcycle is 215 kg, and its fuel tank holds 17 gallons.

The iconic Z1 from Kawasaki's past served as inspiration for the design of the Z900RS. It has an old-school appearance because to the teardrop-shaped fuel tank and circular headlamp, but it also has a dynamic look with to the blacked-out parts and sleek tail. A semi-digital console with an LCD in the center and two analog dials complements its nostalgic appearance. Traction control, a slipper clutch, and complete LED illumination are further features.

Engine and Gearbox
The Kawasaki Z900RS is propelled by a 948cc, ccbs6-2.0, BS6 engine that generates 98.5 Nm of torque and 109.96 horsepower. It has cast Wheels in the Spoke Style. The flat spokes on original cast wheels are intended to resemble traditional wire-spoked wheels. 

The Z900RS boasts an exceptional blend of contemporary craftsmanship and Z1-inspired styling elements, such as the distinctive oval LED taillight and teardrop fuel tank. Its exquisite fit and finish, coupled with meticulous attention to detail, give the bike a very high-end appearance that is timeless in appeal.

Suspension and Brakes
It features a rear monoshock with preload adjustment and 41mm upside-down front forks. The anti-locking braking system of the Kawasaki Z900RS is equipped with dual 300cc discs up front and a single 250mm disc in the back, in addition to dual-channel ABS, are used for braking.

  • Renowned for having an elegant 110 horse power inline four engine.
  • Outfitted with the best electronics available.
  • Includes aspirational styling.
  • Rather expensive.
  • Cluster appears less contemporary.
  • Costly to keep up.

The price of the Kawasaki Z900RS Standard version is Rs. 16,80,000 lakh. The price listed for the Z900RS is the ex-showroom price. 

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