The Kawasaki ZR-7 (and ZR-7S), (ZR750-H1 through ZR750-H5) is a standard motorcycle manufactured by the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Kawasaki. It was sold in the United States from 1999 through 2003, and sold in a few other countries through the 2005 model year. The major differences between the ZR-7 and the ZR-7S models were the "S" model's fairing and associated headlight and instrument cluster, and stiffer fork springs. Both models are powered by an inline 4-cylinder 4-stroke, double-overhead-cam DOHC air-and-oil-cooled 738 cc engine developing 76 bhp (57 kW) and 46.5 lbf·ft (63 N·m) of torque. Carburetors are four constant-velocity (CV) Keihin CVK 32 mm. Final drive is via chain; the transmission is a 5-speed (equipped with positive neutral finder) coupled with a wet clutch. Seat height is 31.5 inches (800 mm). The ZR-7S has an advertised dry weight of 463 lb (210 kg). The ZR-7 has a wet weight of 509 lb (231 kg).