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jeroen


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posted October 04, 2005 12:40 AM        
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So, Does ANYONE see anything good about it ??? I see intagrated signals, VERY funcional headlamps, a huge air intake, a comfy seat, I could go on and on,but what do YOU guys LIKE about it ?


It's power?
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psycho1122


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posted October 04, 2005 12:45 AM        
Wait till it throws down some numbers, they will change their tunes.....
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lietoome


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posted October 04, 2005 01:20 AM        
#'s can change a lot opinions...even for the worse. This monster better perform, because if it don't, the busa guys are gonna be gloating even worse..if you could fathom that.
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fullzx12r


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posted October 04, 2005 07:04 PM        
quote:
quote:
So, Does ANYONE see anything good about it ??? I see intagrated signals, VERY funcional headlamps, a huge air intake, a comfy seat, I could go on and on,but what do YOU guys LIKE about it ?


It's power?


can you tell me jeroen, where you have taken this zzr 1400 blue ?

I have just gone has bets and any trace, only the gray one...

moreover can you say to me if blue is to it a blue of zx-12r 2005? or of zx-12r 2002 much darker? thank you

here my photographs of my future motor bike























192 HP with out ram-air is SURE !!!! and 220 kg dry-weight
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fullzx12r


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posted October 04, 2005 07:09 PM        
ME AND THE MONSTER

2 vidéos :

http://fullzx12r2001.free.fr/oct%202005/mar%204%20otcobre%20SALON%20MOTO%202005/MVI_0304.AVI

http://fullzx12r2001.free.fr/oct%202005/mar%204%20otcobre%20SALON%20MOTO%202005/MVI_0305.AVI








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jeroen


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posted October 04, 2005 07:20 PM        
He fullzx12r,

You put the pics of the blue one in this thread, I didn't I haven't seen the blue one, just the grey like you.
Did you get permission to sit on it, or you just did?

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fullzx12r


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posted October 04, 2005 08:36 PM        
sorry jeroen, it's MOTOSERVICES who take blue zzr 1400 in pics, i'll send mail for explication

http://www.motoservices.com/reportages/mondial_2005/photo/index.php?rep=Instantannes-Mondial-du-2-roues-2005&tc=1&pc=7
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zxhoya


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posted October 04, 2005 11:32 PM        Edited By: zxhoya on 5 Oct 2005 06:37
I dont care what anyone says, that bike is beautiful!
It looks a little longer than the 12, but shorter and narrower (from tank back)
than the 12. A SUPER all around bike capable of any riding task?
Can't wait to see what it can do.
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zx23rr


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posted October 05, 2005 01:16 AM        
Looks like what the Zx-11D model would have become?! It also looks a hell of a lot better than the eye abuser back in 99. only imho
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ABU


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posted October 16, 2005 09:50 PM        Edited By: ABU on 17 Oct 2005 04:52
Guys.
You all are seeing now

THE BEST SPORT & SPORT-TOURING BIKE IN THE WORLD NOW.
DEFINITELY.
Just think over it.

I'm not from Kawi, I'm from Russia.

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ocat


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posted October 16, 2005 11:37 PM        
FullZX12
That thing looks sick only one problem now what to buy ZX14 or ZX10R.
Just don't know??
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fullzx12r


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posted October 17, 2005 09:35 AM        
i have a zx-12r 2001, i like big machine this zx-14 (ZZR 1400) is for me
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CrotchRocket


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posted October 17, 2005 09:57 AM        
The second to last pick with fullzx12 on it is looks sweet...Damn that bike gets better looking each time I see it...
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swft


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posted October 17, 2005 10:24 AM        
No fucking centerstand?? What kind of sport tourer is that???
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phil


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posted October 17, 2005 10:47 AM        
We don't need no stinking centerstand.
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trenace


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posted October 17, 2005 01:42 PM        
Actually I'd thought a centerstand was announced as optional.
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tuusinii


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posted October 17, 2005 05:26 PM        
Yeah. At least in Europe, centerstand is optional, along with ABS. No word for US market though?
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ABU


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posted October 17, 2005 09:07 PM        Edited By: ABU on 18 Oct 2005 04:53
I think it's Kawi marketing mistake.
No one knows why doesn't Kawi globally name new bike like "ZZXR-1400"
(new super sport multipurpose bike model line against ZX-?R sport bikes and ZZR sport tourers)
or another way simply "BANZAI Ninja ZX-14R" (not ordinary follower of ZX-12R and ZX-10R, like positioning of Hayabusa GSX-R1300 & Black Bird CBR1100XX superbikes in Suzuki & Honda sport bike model lines)
and begin sell it with all possible options around world.

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blubyu


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posted October 19, 2005 09:53 AM        
OK....Help me here. There's a shot that shows the front right brake rotor up close and it looks to have a speedometer wheel or gear on it. If that's so, then why is there a cable going into the countersprocket cover on the left side? That's where they pick it up on the ZX-9R models?
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trenace


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posted October 19, 2005 09:55 AM        Edited By: trenace on 19 Oct 2005 17:07
Anti-lock braking sensor, not speedometer sensor.

I suppose it's true that one could have it serve double duty for the speedometer as well, but apparently that's not the case if there's a countershaft sensor.

Perhaps the countershaft sensor was still desired because comparing countershaft speed vs crankshaft speed might be (I do not know) how the gear selection is sensed.

Another reason could be that since the ABS is optional, the bikes that don't have the ABS can't rely on that sensor for the speedometer, and so the countershaft sensor is needed. And it wouldn't make sense for some bikes to run the speedo one way and some the other, so they're all of off the countershaft sensor, if that's correct.

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blubyu


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posted October 21, 2005 08:15 AM        
OK...that answers that..thanks trenace
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