1997 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R Motorcycle
1997 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R

In racing circles across the country, Rob Muzzy is known as one helluva tough and very successful tuner with a room full of titles to prove it. And, like his riders, he hates losing. That's why he chooses Kawasaki and the Ninja ZX-7R. In CYCLE WORLD'S Ultimate Sportbike Challenge*, they discovered the ZX-7R "has the most mid-range power of any 750, the highest top speed and the most stable chassis of any sportbike - period".


And with more potent superbike racing advantages like six-piston front brakes, breathing twin ram air, fully adjustable front and rear suspension that includes rear ride height, huge 190/50 low profile 17-inch rear tire, plus wind-cheating aerodynamics, the ZX-7R is Kawasaki's best single-focused sportbike ever. We've made the job of winning much easier for Rob. If your reputation is on the line, stick with proven success. Kawasaki's Ninja ZX-7R.

SpecificationsNinja ZX-7R
Engine type4-stroke, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
Displacement749 cc
Bore and stroke73 x 44.7 mm
Compression ratio11.5:1
Valve systemDOHC, 16 valves
CarburetionKeihin CVKD38 x 4
Transmission6-speed with Positive Neutral Finder
Frame typePerimeter, pressed aluminum
Rake/trail25 deg/3.9 inches
Wheelbase56.5 inches
Suspension, front43 mm upside-down cartridge fork with adjustable preload, 8-way compression damping and 12-way rebound damping
Suspension, rearBottom-Link UNI-TRAK with gas-charged shock, adjustable preload, 20-way compression and 4-way rebound damping.
Tires, front/rearTubeless radial; 120/70 ZR17; 190/50 ZR17
Brakes, frontDual semi-floating discs with dual six-piston Tokico calipers
Brakes, rearDisc with opposed-piston caliper
Seat height31.1
Fuel capacity4.8 gallons
Dry weight448 pounds
ColorsLime Green or Ebony

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