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trenace


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posted October 26, 2005 08:50 AM        
The average motorcycling public seems impressed by the ZX-14

At least among Motorcycle Daily's respondents, it seems many in the motorcyling public are pretty impressed by the ZX-14.

Perhaps for some reason the things that ZX-12R / ZX-10R riders find turnoffs are not turning off the general motorcycling public?

http://www.motorcycledaily.com/25october05_favoritebike_rr1.htm

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Famous1


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posted October 26, 2005 11:48 AM        
strange thing is that busa guys seem to like it.......... go figure.
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zx1kr


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posted October 26, 2005 02:17 PM        
I own a 2004 ZX10R & have my money down on the 1st Black ZX14 to hit the floor.
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mrearthpig


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posted October 26, 2005 05:56 PM        
I've been reading this foum since before the announcement of the ZX14. I've never had anything to say before now.

I love the ZX14!! Kawasaki have given us a bold new design and if their promise of the world's most powerful motorcycle is true, then we are in for one hell of a ride. I like the "George Foreman Grill". It brakes up the lines of the bike. I like the headlights. Imagine seeing those bastards on high beam coming down the road towards you. I loke the fat arse-end. It's a sports tourer, not a race bike!

It makes me laugh when I read the ZZR1200 forums and they say "I don't like it. It's not a ZZR1200." And when I read the ZX12 forums they say "I don't like it. It's not a ZX12."

And when I read the ZX14 forums, the ZZR1200 and ZX12 owners are there complaining about it as well. Well, duh! It's a ZX14. It's not a bloody ZX12, it's not a frikken ZZR1200.

If you don't like it, bugger off elsewhere and talk about how brilliant the dated design of your bike is there.

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zxhoya


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posted October 26, 2005 07:04 PM        
Bloody good first post Mr. mrearthpig.

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ozzy


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posted October 26, 2005 10:44 PM        
I have to agree with mrearthpig
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Varooom


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posted October 26, 2005 10:50 PM        
Speak it like it is mrearthpig!!!
I feel the same way. I have my heard earned cash on the first blue one at my local dealership.
I saw them at Daytona. The bike is beautiful. The front end looks excellent in person. As long as it meets, or beats the hp and torque numbers they are talking about I am sure it won't dissapoint. You really need to see the bike in person (or in bike )
Can't wait for February. Florida weather is great for riding in Feb.

Quit your bitchen or go home,
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2000 ZX-12R
2006 ZX-14 (on order)

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beansbaxter


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posted October 27, 2005 02:23 AM        
Should Motorcycle Daily's respondents be considered the average motorcycling public?
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trenace


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posted October 27, 2005 04:40 AM        
Not in a statistically rigorous sense, no, but they would almost have to be closer to having a representative cross-section of the motorcycling public than a site which is extremely predominantly ZX-12R and ZX-10R riders.
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