The Kawasaki ZR750 was a bit of a strange bike in the middleweight sector during the late 1990s, especially when you consider other bikes on the market such as the Suzuki Bandit GSF750.
The ZR750’s air cooled engine was never going to set the world on fire but was build around Kawasaki’s reliable 4 cylinder platforms from the previous decade, with no significant issues to report. Like most bikes built in the budget range the frame was a regular tubular steel with basic mono-shock rear suspension.
The ZR750 was similar to bikes like the Suzuki Bandit but obviously lacked the bullet proof street credibility of Suzuki’s oil cooled engines with their never ending possibilities for tuning with a history of GSXR parts.
1999 Kawasaki ZR750 project
This example advertised on ebay is disassembled and ready for the right for the right buyer to restore or create something unique. If you are handy with the spanners this could be an ideal project whilst the country is on lock-down or may be put aside as a winter project? Click here for more details
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