Kawasaki ZRX 400 (ZR 400)

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Kawasaki ZRX400 (ZR400E)

The Kawasaki ZRX 400 road bike was introduced in February 1994 as a successor to the Kawasaki Xanthus 400 and in addition to the Zephyr 400, which became a Japanese bestseller. The ZRX400, like most other models with a 400 cc engine, was only sold in the Japanese market.

Unlike the Zephyr, the Kawasaki ZRX400 has a liquid-cooled engine (from Kawasaki ZZ-R400) and a rectangular headlight with a small half fairing. In 1995, the Kawasaki ZRX400-II modification appeared, which received more familiar classic features - in particular, a round multi-reflector headlight.

In 1998, the model receives a number of important changes. The front 2-piston calipers have been replaced with 6-piston calipers, conventional tires with radials, and the classic muffler with sporty ones.

In general, the ZRX 400 model is distinguished by a classic road layout with a steel tubular frame, a conventional fork and double shock absorbers at the rear, but with sports components typical of Japanese classic motorcycles - an inline 4-cylinder high-speed engine, powerful brakes, and branded suspensions.

The Kawasaki ZRX 400 gained immense popularity in Japan and was produced up to and including 2008. Currently, the wide model is present at Japanese auctions, where you can pick up a model of almost any year and configuration.

The main competitors of the Kawasaki ZRX 400 in the class:

Photos

Kawasaki ZRX400 (ZR400E) 1994-1996
Kawasaki ZRX400 (ZR400E) 1998-2008
Kawasaki ZRX400-II (ZR400F) 1995-1997
Kawasaki ZRX400-II (ZR400F) 1998-2008


Specifications

Specifications Kawasaki ZRX 400:

ModelKawasaki ZRX 400
Motorcycle typeclassic
Release year1994-2008
Framesteel tubular
Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume399 cm³
Bore / Stroke57.5 x 38.5 mm
Compression ratio11.2: 1
Coolingliquid
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemCarburetor, 4x Keihin CVK30
Ignition typefully transistor
Maximum power53.0 h.p. (39.0 kW) at 11000 rpm - ZRX400 (1994-2000)

53.0 h.p. (39.0 kW) @ 11,500 rpm - ZRX400 (2001-2008)

Maximum torque37.0 Nm (3.8 kg * m) at 9000 rpm
Gearbox6-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size110 / 80-17 (57H) - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

110 / 70R17 (54H) - ZRX400 (1998-2008)

Rear tire size150 / 70-18 (70H) - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

150 / 60R18 (67H) - ZRX400 (1998-2001)

150 / 60R17 (67H) - ZRX400 (2003-2008)

Front brakes2 discs, 300mm, 2-piston calipers - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

2 discs, 300mm, 6-piston calipers - ZRX400 (1998-2008)

Rear brakes1 disc, 240 mm, 1-piston caliper
Front suspensiontelescopic fork
Rear suspensionpendulum with two shock absorbers
Motorcycle length2095 mm - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

2075 mm - ZRX400 (1998-2008)

Motorcycle width745 mm
Motorcycle height1130 mm - ZR400E (1994-1997)

1080 mm - ZR400F (1994-1997)

1115 mm - ZR400E (1998-2003)

1065 mm - ZR400F (1998-2003)

1120 mm - ZR400E (2004)

1070 mm - ZR400F (2004-2008)

1135 mm - ZR400E (2005-2008)

Wheelbase1450 mm
Saddle height785mm - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

780 mm - ZRX400 (1998-2004)

770 mm - ZRX400 (2005-2008)

Minimum ground clearance120mm - ZRX400 (1994-1997)

105 mm - ZRX400 (1998-2008)

Acceleration to 100 km / h5.0 sec
Maximum speed180 km / h
Fuel tank capacity16.0 L - ZRX400 (1994-2001)

15.0 L - ZRX400 (2003-2008)

Motorcycle weight (dry)185 kg - ZRX400 (1994-2000)

186 kg - ZRX400 (2001-2008)

187 kg - ZR400E (2005-2008)