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History of Kawasaki - Is interesting....
The history of Kawasaki motorcycles is rich and interesting. Coming out of the World War II, Kawasaki made its claim to be one of the major players in the world of Japanese motorcycles. Building some of the most powerful engines during the 1960’s and 1970’s, they built a legendary reputation leading them to produce some of the greatest sport bikes to hit the streets such as the Ninja series and a line of championship winning road bikes. It’s interesting to note that many of their motorcycles today are made in plants located in Japan, USA, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand. Kawasaki was founded by Shozo Kawasaki back in 1896, when at the time the company’s main focus was shipbuilding, railroad rolling stock, and electrical generating plants. Kawasaki began producing motorcycle’s when they bought out struggling motorcycle manufacturer, Meguro Manufacturing Co. Ltd., which they originally had a partnership with. When these two companies merge in 1962, Kawasaki engineers began the development of the 4-stroke engine. The original emblem used on many of the motorcycles from 1963 through 1967 was that of a flag within a wing. Progression continued for Kawasaki with the production of many motorcycles such as the Merguro K1, copying a vertical twin engine. By the mid 1960’s Kawasaki was exporting a large number of four stroke motorcycles into the United States fully competing with the likes of Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki.
Kawasaki has a wide array of models in their lineup which feature exception bodywork. Kawasaki Fairings are often noted as being some of the most aggressive and edgy, one of their most edgy and popular sport bikes being that of the ZX6R. The ZX-6R was originally produced and released in 1995, boasting very similar looks to that of his brother, the ZX9R. The first ever ZX6R had a dry weight of 401.2 pounds, and had an impressive 0-60 miles per hour record of 3.6 seconds. Years later, what would become Kawasaki’s staple product would be launched. Introduced in 2004, the ZX10R hit the market. Offering an ultra-narrow chassis, light weight, and radial disc brakes, the ZX-10R was the sport bike to own. Other popular models offered by Kawasaki include that of the ZX14R, ZX9R, ZX7R and a variety of Ninja models like the Ninja 250R and Ninja 300.