2013 Z800 is part of the newest models offered by Kawasaki. It has the same configuration, but it comes with a new motor, and more stylish design.
The main part of this vehicle is the 806 cm3, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled in-line four motor. It is featured with improved performance at every RPM. In addition, there is a 6-speed transmission which produces a 113 PS maximum output at 10, 200 rpm, whereas at 8, 000 rpm it delivers 83.0 Nm of torque.
Furthermore, the engine is equipped Piggyback rear shock with reservoir and inverted fork of 41 mms. The brakes are semi-floating petal discs of 310 mms, and there is a rear single petal disc of 250 mms.
The pricing amounts £7, 499. It is offered at the UK market.
The vehicle has undergone various chassis, motor, and rider friendly updates. It is supposed this Kawasaki model to break record sales in every distinguished market sector.
Its 806cc motor delivers great power is several steps ahead of its predecessor, the famous Z750. There are 40 Z models produced up to today. It is the right vehicle that makes possible individual ingenious riding performance to surface.
The Z800 has KYB Inverted fork of 41 mms. Its rear shock is characterized with an aluminum body. It has piggyback reservoir establishes cooling performance. It is settled 20 mm to the left in order to accomplish greater balance. Additional control is accomplished through the petal discs of 310 mms with 4-piston calipers.
Furthermore, there is an optional ABS Model with a lightweight Nissin ABS unit.
UK MSRP Price: £7499
Engine Type: 4-Stroke In-Line Four, Liquid-Cooled
Displacement: 806 Cm3
Bore X Stroke: 71.0 X 50.9 Mm
Compression Ratio: 11.9:1
Valve/Induction System: DOHC, 16 Valves
Fuel System: Fuel Injection: 34 Mm X 4 (Mikuni)
Lubrication: Forced Lubrication
Transmission: 6-Speed, Return
Final Drive: Sealed Chain
Clutch: Manual Wet Multi-Disc
Frame Type: High-Tensile Steel Tubular Backbone
Wheel Travel, Front: 120 Mm
Wheel Travel, Rear: 137 Mm
Tyre, Front: 120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
Tyre, Rear: 180/55ZR17M/C (73W)
Steering Angle, Left / Right: 31o / 31o