Has Anyone have anymore info, on this New Model from Kawasaki... Looks Really Interesting. Sure would like to see one of these in Person. Looks like a NEW POCKET ROCKET is Born?:smile_big:
If you have a look at the youtubers page then you will see that it is full of this fake crap.Actually I'm pretty sure this is real, but it's non-US only. I read a article from ride apart or some site of that nature that was talking about it. I could be wrong but the site I saw it on has been credible so far. I'll see if I can find the article again and link it.
Actually I'm pretty sure this is real, but it's non-US only. I read a article from ride apart or some site of that nature that was talking about it. I could be wrong but the site I saw it on has been credible so far. I'll see if I can find the article again and link it.
...desperate losers who need attention...Yeah you can actually see its photo-shopped around the edges of the fairing....unless you say its fake and a concept that Kawi "should" build, in my book you rank right up there with the trash people of this world trying to pass the fake NGK plugs off as the real deal, Somali pirates, bit coin ransomware phishers, etc.....
The world is a smaller place these days thanks to technonlogy. It's pretty safe to say that if Kawasaki was selling a 250cc inline four in Asia or Europe we would know about it. It's a cool idea though.I took a good look at that Video and that Engine is Not a ZX6R. The Engine Design is different than a 636. Being an owner of one of these ZX6Rs. You can pretty much tell that this is a different bike from what I can see in the Video. I would say that this is some kind of European or Asian Version that is sold in those selected places. The Header on this bike is much different than the ZX6R by far too.. And also the Cylinders on this Bike look very Skinny compared to a 2019 ZX6R. Maybe someone can Import one of these and do a review. Only Time will Tell..
The bit that makes me cynical is the first sentence where they say their source is an Indonesian automotive blog. Also interesting that the story is 17 months old and still no sign of the bike Lol.https://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-news/kawasaki-is-planning-to-get-back-the-four-cylinder-quarter-liter-ar179110.amp.html
There are several articles talking about this. Here is one of them.
Fair enough. I think the reason they have gone away from the fours is that they are just so goddamn expensive to manufacture and in this current motorcycle climate who's going to want to pay 6 or 7K USD for a 250cc bike apart from a select few who would appreciate the engineering and performance.I was also wondering how legitimate it was when I first saw it but there's several articles about it from lots of good sources, some older some fresher. I'm not saying its fact but I have seen many new bikes come out with similar online oddities.
I am not saying that this bike is real but I wouldn't complain if it was, the wife would love it though!