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Front-right view of a Kawasaki ZXR400. Kawasaki ZXR400
Added by bigjohn1107.hotmail.com on 20-May-2012

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Front-right view of a Kawasaki ZXR400. - Kawasaki ZXR400 - ID: 399
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More Information on the Kawasaki ZXR400

The Kawasaki ZXR400 was a Kawasaki motorcycle introduced in 1989. It was one of the first and most popular of the 400 cubic centimetres (24 cu in) sport bikes that swept across Japan and later Europe in the 1990s. It was discontinued in 2003. The H model was produced first, and was superseded by the L series in 1991. The L series had increased power output, but less torque, and updated slimmer rear styling.

Models

1989 H1 Introduction model
1990 H2 Changes to swingarm, curved radiator replaced flat one, rest of bike unchanged
1991 L1 New Frame and Engine Changes. Fairing changes included single headlight unit
1992 L2
1993 L3
1994 L4 Limited edition ITOHAM Scheme
1995 - 1999 L5
1999 L9 Modified engine internals

References


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