Kawasaki Z250

Kawasaki Z250

Cyrus Khan
The Kawasaki Z250, Z300, or ER300, is a parallel-twin motorcycle in the streetfighter or standard style. It was introduced by Kawasaki in 2014 at the Milan Motorcycle Show as part of its Z series for the 2015 model year. It is sold in Asia, Australia, Europe and South America, and designed and marketed as the streetfighter version of the popular Kawasaki Ninja 300. The Z300 has a 296CC (18.1 cu in) displacement, liquid cooled, four-stroke parallel-twin engine. Kawasaki claims the Z300 produces a maximum of 29.0 kW (38.9 hp) at 11,000 RPM and a maximum torque of 27.0 Nm (19.9 lbf·ft) at 10,000 RPM. Reliable third party dynamometer testing results have not been published. Like the Ninja 300, the Z300 has a wet multi-disc clutch with slipper and assist functions to relieve pressure generated by rapid downshifting, and lighten the clutch pull. The Z300 comes stock with 17" diameter and 4" wide multi-spoke rims, fitted with IRC Road Winner bias ply tires. The stock tires are sized 110/70-17 54S front, and 140/70-17 66S rear. #kawasaki #z
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