Kawasaki ZR-7

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Kawasaki ZR-7 + ZR-7S

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).[1]


Specification Value
Overall length 2105 mm (82 34 in)
Overall width 785 mm (31 in)
Overall height 1215 mm (48 in)
Wheelbase 1455 mm (57 14 in)
Road clearance 130 mm (5 in)
Seat height 800 mm (31 12 in)
Dry mass 210 kg (462 lb)
Curb mass (front) 111 kg (245 lb)
Curb mass (rear) 117 kg (258 lb)
Fuel tank capacity 22 L (4.8 imp gal; 5.8 US gal)


  1. ^ The Common Denominator: Kawasaki ZR-7, Sport Rider Magazine, December 2000.
  2. ^ ZR-7 Motorcycle Service Manual Fifth Edition. Kawasaki Heavy Industries. 2005. pp. 13–15. 

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