Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 2016

Kawasaki Ninja ZX14R Repair Manual (2016-20)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

The ZZR1400, also known as the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 and ZX-14R (2006-2020), is a motorbike in Kawasaki‘s Ninja sport bike series that was the company’s most powerful sport bike in 2006. It debuted at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show and was presented as a successor for the Kawasaki ZZ-R1200 for the 2006 model year (2002-2005). The ZZR1400 can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. As a consequence of an agreement between the main Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers, the peak speed is electronically regulated to 186 mph (299 km/h).

In October 30, 2006, the motorbike appeared on Season 10 of Fifth Gear.

In its October 10, 2006 edition, Motorcycle USA road tested the bike and published the following stock results:

  • 1.713 seconds for 60 feet
  • 4.349 seconds for 330 feet
  • 1/8 mile: 6.447 seconds at 117.39 mph
  • 1/4 mile time: 9.783 seconds, speed: 147.04 mph

In 2008, there was a small upgrade. With the release of the 2012 ZX-14R, a second-generation model with the R designation was introduced. This includes an increase in displacement to provide more horsepower, as well as two variable power modes, Kawasaki traction control, and an ignition-management system borrowed from the ZX-10R. It got aesthetic modifications, incremental chassis upgrades, suspension revisions, and the addition of a slipper clutch for the first time. The new engine included polished cylinder heads and cams with higher lift and duration. Pistons were lighter and had more compression, and they were cooled by a new oil jet system. The connecting rods and crankshaft were reinforced, as were the tensioner and cam chain, and the transmission’s surface gears were heat-treated.

They installed a second radiator fan in order to make the motorbike operate cooler and hence more robust. Larger head pipes and mufflers, along with a less restrictive air filter, increased responsiveness. Rickey Gadson’s quarter mile time of 9.64 seconds at 149.83 mph on a bone-stock bike on a 50-degree morning at an altitude of 2100 feet was recorded by a motorcyclist. Cycle World set a quarter-mile mark of 9.47 seconds (corrected) at 152.83 mph, and reached 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds.

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 Repair Manual (2008-11)

Kawasaki Ninja ZX14 Repair Manual (2008-11)

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Models covered by this manual: 2008 to 2011

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

The ZZR1400, also known as the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 and ZX-14R (2006-2020), is a motorbike in Kawasaki‘s Ninja sport bike series that was the company’s most powerful sport bike in 2006. It debuted at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show and was presented as a successor for the Kawasaki ZZ-R1200 for the 2006 model year (2002-2005). The ZZR1400 can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. As a consequence of an agreement between the main Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers, the peak speed is electronically regulated to 186 mph (299 km/h).

In October 30, 2006, the motorbike appeared on Season 10 of Fifth Gear.

In its October 10, 2006 edition, Motorcycle USA road tested the bike and published the following stock results:

  • 1.713 seconds for 60 feet
  • 4.349 seconds for 330 feet
  • 1/8 mile: 6.447 seconds at 117.39 mph
  • 1/4 mile time: 9.783 seconds, speed: 147.04 mph

In 2008, there was a small upgrade. With the release of the 2012 ZX-14R, a second-generation model with the R designation was introduced. This includes an increase in displacement to provide more horsepower, as well as two variable power modes, Kawasaki traction control, and an ignition-management system borrowed from the ZX-10R. It got aesthetic modifications, incremental chassis upgrades, suspension revisions, and the addition of a slipper clutch for the first time. The new engine included polished cylinder heads and cams with higher lift and duration. Pistons were lighter and had more compression, and they were cooled by a new oil jet system. The connecting rods and crankshaft were reinforced, as were the tensioner and cam chain, and the transmission’s surface gears were heat-treated.

They installed a second radiator fan in order to make the motorbike operate cooler and hence more robust. Larger head pipes and mufflers, along with a less restrictive air filter, increased responsiveness. Rickey Gadson’s quarter mile time of 9.64 seconds at 149.83 mph on a bone-stock bike on a 50-degree morning at an altitude of 2100 feet was recorded by a motorcyclist. Cycle World set a quarter-mile mark of 9.47 seconds (corrected) at 152.83 mph, and reached 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds.

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Kawasaki Ninja 250R models 2008 to 2012 original motorcycle manufacturer's PDF repair manual download

Kawasaki Ninja 250R Repair Manual (2008-12)

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Kawasaki Ninja 250R

The Kawasaki Ninja 250R (codenamed EX250; prior iterations had market-specific designations) is a motorbike of Kawasaki‘s Ninja sport bike series, first released in 1986. As the marque’s entry-level sport bike, the motorbike has seen minimal alterations throughout its quarter-century lifespan, with just three major redesigns. The Ninja 300 has replaced the Ninja 250R in various areas.

Since 2008, the bike has been marketed in all markets as the Ninja 250R. It is also known by its platform identifier, EX250, which is followed by a generational suffix. Previous variants (EX250-E/F/G/H) were previously marketed as part of the Ninja series of sport motorcycles in the United States, while the bike was known as the ZZR-250, ZX-250, or GPX-250R outside of the United States. The GPZ-250 was given to one of the first versions, the EX250-C.

The Ninja 250R’s ergonomics, chassis design, and engine placement have resulted in a motorbike that falls between between the standard and sport categories. The Ninja’s riding position is also in between conventional and sport.

Kawasaki redesigned the EX250 for the first time in twenty years in 2008. In every area, the EX250-J model is marketed as the Ninja 250R.

The -J retains parts from the third generation, but its new external panels bring the Ninja’s look out of the 1990s and into line with late-2000s sportbikes. According to Kawasaki, the engine and drivetrain retain 30% of the -F model’s components. To improve middle performance, the engine’s compression and maximum torque have been reduced. The engine change improved engine response at low engine speeds, making the bike smoother and “far nicer to ride.”

Though the previous generation Ninja 250R had a 1 to 5 hp (0.75 to 3.73 kW) edge in peak power, the new version’s 20 to 30% improvement in mid-range power allows the bike to pull from 3,000 rpm when it previously had to be cranked to 4,000 rpm. The -J model in the United States, like the -F model, has two carburetors, however the European, Brazilian, and Thai variants feature fuel injection. The wheels were enlarged to 17 inches, the front suspension was upgraded, and the braking rotors were replaced with bigger petal-shaped rotors. A fuel gauge was installed in place of the temperature gauge in the carbureted version. The EX250-J’s wet weight increased by 10 kg (22 lb) over its predecessors due to the extra and modified equipment.

With the introduction of the EX250-J, production remains in Thailand.

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Kawasaki ER-6n models 2012 to 2015 original motorcycle manufacturer's PDF repair manual download

Kawasaki ER-6n Repair Manual (2012-16)

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Kawasaki ER-6n

The Kawasaki Ninja 650R, commonly known as the ER-6f or EX-6, is a motorbike marketed by the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki since 2006. The R suffix is dropped from the name of the 2012 model. It is a middleweight motorbike with a parallel-twin engine that is intended for usage on paved roads. They offer contemporary appearance and features, as well as ergonomic sitting with a low center of gravity. Because the engine has a 180° crankshaft, it has an irregular firing interval of 0° and 540°.

In 2006, the 650R and its naked brother, the ER-6n, were released. The naked ER-6n was not available in North America until the model year 2009. The Ninja 250R and Ninja 500R models previously existing in Kawasaki’s sportbike roster, which also included the Ninja ZX variants. Kawasaki redesigned the Ninja 650R for 2009, with new bodywork, mirrors, gauges, lights, and a new tune on the same 649 cc (39.6 cu in) engine. Along with chassis and minor adjustments, the 2012 Ninja 650 and ER-6n received an all-new bodywork design, as well as a new 2-piece seat assembly, 20mm larger handlebars, and a new tachometer above an LCD display that shows speed, trip meters, fuel consumption, and so on. The new Ninja 650 also has an Economical Riding Indicator, which activates when the bike is using little gasoline. Kawasaki has upgraded the Ninja 650 for 2017 with a new frame trellis type, reduced weight, and improved handling. Its new sharper appearance has replaced the unusual side mount rear shock with a more conventional one, as well as a slipper clutch.

In Europe, the Ninja 650R is marketed as the ER-6f (“f” signifying faired), while the “naked” roadster is marketed as the ER-6n. Kawasaki released the ER-6n in the United States in 2009. The ER-6f varies somewhat from the Ninja 650R in that it comes equipped with passenger handlebars (as does the ER-6n). Furthermore, ABS brakes were made available for both the ER-6n and ER-6f. The Versys is an ER-6 variant that uses many of the same components as the ER-6. In many European nations, the naked ER-6n is more popular than the faired Ninja 650R; but, in other countries, like as Australia and India, the faired Ninja 650R is more popular than the naked ER-6n, becoming the most popular’sports-tourer’ in the Kawasaki portfolio. The ER-6n model has been out of production since 2018, and has been replaced by the Z650 series.

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R 2016

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R ABS 5th Generation Repair Manual (2016-now)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is the successor of the Ninja ZX-9R in the Ninja sport bike line from Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki. It was first launched in 2004 and has since been updated and changed several times. It sports an ultra-narrow chassis, is light, and has radial brakes. The ZX-10R was named Cycle World magazine’s Best Superbike in 2004 and 2005, as well as the international Masterbike competition.

The 2011 ZX-10R received a considerable mechanical and aesthetic update. Most notably, Kawasaki made its Sport Kawasaki Traction Control (S-KTRC) system standard. It predicts when traction will be lost and reacts appropriately. Also new are an ABS option named Kawasaki Intelligent Braking System (KIBS), a completely new design, adjustable footpegs, bigger throttle bodies, a horizontal rear suspension, lighter three-spoke wheels, Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) front suspension, and an LCD screen dashboard. The 2012 model is identical to the 2011. The front damper was replaced in 2013 models by an Ohlins electronic front steering dampener.

In 2013, Tom Sykes earned Kawasaki’s first Superbike World Champion since Scott Russell, and the first on a ZX-10R. Stuart Easton won the Macau Grand Prix in 2014. Jonathan Rea won the 2015 season of the Superbike World Championship. At the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Jeremy Toye holds the Heavyweight (Open) lap record.

2016

The 2016 ZX-10R gets a significant overhaul. With ram-air intake at 13,000 rpm, it claims 197 horsepower. A Bosch five-axis Internal Measurement Unit is now used in the electronics (IMU). The unique Kawasaki program calculates the sixth degree. The S-KTRC received an upgrade that included a launch control mode, a quickshifter, and engine brake control. There’s also an optional smarter KIBS cornering ABS. Kawasaki advertises the S-KTRC system as the most sophisticated of all contemporary traction control systems due to its predictive rather than reactive nature. The slipper clutch, balancer, crankshaft, and pistons are among the mechanical improvements that are now lighter. A less restrictive air filter, a bigger air box, and a lighter, less restrictive exhaust system are all available.

A new cassette-style gearbox is vertically stacked. Circular rotors have replaced the old petal rotors that were in use since 2004. They have also grown in size, from 310 mm (12.2 in) to 330 mm (13.0 in). The calipers have been replaced with Brembo M50 Monoblocks, and the master cylinder has been replaced with a radial Brembo. The brake lines are now stainless-steel braided. A 43 mm Showa Balance Free Fork developed from WSBK is a first for production sport motorcycles. Kawasaki also sells Race Kit chassis and engine parts.

2017

The ZX-10RR with the upgraded cylinder head was offered as a homologation special by Kawasaki. High lift cams, a DLC coated valve train, a beefed-up crankcase, Marchesini seven-spoke forged aluminum wheels, a bi-directional quickshifter, and a single seat may all be specified as race-kit items. The model was produced in a limited quantity of 500 pieces.

2018-2019

Due to race organizers applying technical penalties based on Kawasaki’s previously assessed accomplishments, resulting in limits to the highest rpm their engine could produce in race operation, Kawasaki chose the tagline “Ninja Spirit” for the 2018 racing season. Kawasaki said the new restrictions will have a greater impact on their motorcycles than other manufacturers, prompting their reaction: “The spirit of accepting a challenge, striving for on-track greatness, and never giving up.”

Kawasaki introduced a homologation special run of 500 ZX-10RR bikes in late 2018 with a rebuilt engine and improvements like as finger cam followers that allowed for higher rpm and more power output. World Superbike riders Jonathan Rea and Leon Haslam utilized this in 2019.

2020

The 2020 model year ZX-10R benefited from racing expertise, including piston and cylinder head components previously exclusively accessible on the ZX-10RR.

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Kawasaki ZX10R Racing 2009

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R Racing Kit Manual (2011-15)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is the successor of the Ninja ZX-9R in the Ninja sport bike line from Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki. It was first launched in 2004 and has since been updated and changed several times. It sports an ultra-narrow chassis, is light, and has radial brakes. The ZX-10R was named Cycle World magazine’s Best Superbike in 2004 and 2005, as well as the international Masterbike competition.

2011-2015

The 2011 ZX-10R received a considerable mechanical and cosmetic update. Most notably, Kawasaki made its Sport Kawasaki Traction Control (S-KTRC) system standard equipment. It anticipates traction loss and reacts appropriately. A completely new design, adjustable footpegs, bigger throttle bodies, a horizontal rear suspension, lighter three-spoke wheels, Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF) front suspension, and an LCD screen dashboard are also new. The 2012 model is the same as the 2011. The front damper was upgraded with an Ohlins electronic front steering dampener in 2013 versions.

Tom Sykes in 2013 became the first Superbike World Champion for Kawasaki since Scott Russell and the first on a ZX-10R. Stuart Easton won the 2014 Macau Grand Prix. Jonathan Rea won the 2015 Superbike World Championship season. Jeremy Toye holds the Heavyweight (Open) lap record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

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Kawasaki ZX10R Racing 2009

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R Racing Kit Manual (2004-05)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is the successor of the Ninja ZX-9R in the Ninja sport bike line from Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki. It was first launched in 2004 and has since been updated and changed several times. It sports an ultra-narrow chassis, is light, and has radial brakes. The ZX-10R was named Cycle World magazine’s Best Superbike in 2004 and 2005, as well as the international Masterbike competition.

2004-2005

The Ninja ZX-10R made its debut in 2004, with minor modifications in 2005. It was tiny, with a chassis comparable to a 600cc sportbike, a short wheelbase, and a high power-to-weight ratio, which aided handling. The exhaust system was entirely made of titanium, with only one muffler.

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Kawasaki ZX10R Racing 2009

Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R Racing Kit Manual (2008-10)

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is the successor of the Ninja ZX-9R in the Ninja sport bike line from Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki. It was first launched in 2004 and has since been updated and changed several times. It sports an ultra-narrow chassis, is light, and has radial brakes. The ZX-10R was named Cycle World magazine’s Best Superbike in 2004 and 2005, as well as the international Masterbike competition.

2008

For the 2008 model year, the ZX-10R was completely new. The bike’s look changed dramatically, with a considerably more angular front end. Kawasaki switched from the 2006–2007 model’s dual underseat exhausts to a more typical single side exhaust. The engine’s compression ratio was increased.

2009

The gearbox was only slightly modified from the 2008 model for the 2009 model. The shift shaft has been improved to enable for smoother shifts.

2010

The 2010 model differed somewhat from the 2009 model in that the hlins steering damper was improved, the headlamps were recessed into the fairing, and the various fairing center section parts were now fused into one moulding.

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Kawasaki Ninja H2

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Repair Manual (2017-21)

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Kawasaki Ninja H2

The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a “supercharged supersport” class motorbike in Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ Ninja sportbike series, with a variable-speed centrifugal-type supercharger. The Ninja H2R track-only model is the fastest and most powerful production motorbike on the market, with a maximum output of 310 horsepower (230 kW) and 326 horsepower (243 kW) with ram air. The H2R has half the power of the quickest street-legal bikes, while the Ninja H2 has a lesser power output of 200 hp (150 kW)–210 hp (160 kW) with ram air.

The 750 cc Kawasaki H2 Mach IV, an inline triple released by Kawasaki in 1972 to “disrupt what it perceived as a sleeping motorcycle industry,” inspired its moniker.

Street-legal Ninja H2

The Ninja H2 sports rear-view mirrors instead of the track-only H2R’s wings. It also features plastic body panels rather than carbon fiber like the H2R. The street-legal bike is believed to have 200 horsepower (150 kW), with a lower supercharger boost than the H2R. The supercharger (with a lower boost level on the H2) and many other components are shared between the H2 and H2R, with the exception of the head gasket, cam profile and timing with ECU mapping, exhaust system, and the R’s clutch has two more plates. Cycle World measured a 1/4 mile pace of 9.62 seconds at 152.01 mph (244.64 km/h), a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.6 seconds, and a peak speed of 183 mph (295 km/h).

Instead of the track-only H2R’s wings, the Ninja H2 has rear-view mirrors. It also has plastic body panels instead of carbon fiber like the H2R. The street-legal motorcycle is expected to have 200 horsepower (150 kW) and a lower supercharger boost than the H2R.

The H2 and H2R share the supercharger (with a lower boost level on the H2) and many other components, with the exception of the head gasket, cam profile and timing with ECU mapping, exhaust system, and the R’s clutch has two additional plates. Cycle World recorded a quarter-mile time of 9.62 seconds at 152.01 mph (244.64 km/h), a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 2.6 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph (295 km/h).

For 2018, Kawasaki introduced the Kawasaki H2 SX, a sport touring variant of the H2 with a claimed wet weight of 256.1 kg (564.5 lb). The Kawasaki H2 SX SE, which has a reported wet weight of 260.0 kg, has features that are optional on the base model H2 SX (573.3 lb). With updated throttle bodies, camshafts, crankshafts, pistons, cylinders, and cylinder heads, as well as a new exhaust system, the goal is to increase mid-range torque. In addition, the intake system and supercharger impeller were overhauled. A bigger fuel tank, rear trellis subframe, and panniers add 19 pounds to the bike’s weight (8.6 kg).

For 2019, the H2 gained a power boost of 15% thanks to changes to the intake, plugs, ECU, air filter, and other components. There is new all-LED lighting and a unique top coat on the paint that is said to be self-healing and capable of smoothing over minor scratches in warmer circumstances. Brembo Stylema calipers that are lighter and smaller, a new TFT screen, and smartphone connectivity that provides vehicle information such as GPS route information, speed, rpm, gear position, fuel mileage, fuel level, and odometer are all new. Furthermore, the 2019 H2 SX SE+ model includes Electronic Control Suspension.

Speed record

On August 12, 2018, rider Shigeru Yamashita set a 202.743 mph (326.28 km/h) speed record at the Bonneville Speedway with an unofficial team of Kawasaki employees (known as Team 38) in the Southern California Timing Association (SCTA) P-PB 1000 class for under-1,000 cc displacement production supercharged motorcycles with limited modifications. On August 15, he set a new speed record of 209.442 mph (337.06 km/h).

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