All three customs have their distinct identity and have been displayed by Kawasaki in celebration of Z900RS global unveil
Kawasaki has recently unveiled the Kawasaki Z900RS at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The Japanese manufacturer has also showcased three stunning custom models to celebrate the arrival of the bike. All three motorcycle are equipped with visually appealing elements with each one having its own signature look.
Talking specifically about the three models, the first up is the Kawasaki Z900RSC. Most of the parts of this motorcycle have been made of carbon fibre and hence, shouts out loud the premiumness and appeal. To be precise, the wheels, clock, airbox cover, frame wrap, handlebars, mudguard, heal plates and radiator shrouds, all have been made up of carbon fibre. The bike has been fitted with Ohlins suspension and the braking comes from high end Brembo units. Furthermore, the Kawasaki Z900RSC also gets a full titanium exhaust system.
The second bike is the Kawasaki Z900RS custom that has been named as ‘Beyond Z’ and is made a reality by Kawasaki in collaboration with JB power, who happens to be a Japanese tuning expert. The custom has been carried out in order to make the bike look like the originally tuned Z1s Bito. For this reason, the motorcycle has been equipped with Bito billet rear sets, Bito billet brakes, Bito 4-into-1 titanium exhaust and JB power MagTan wheels.
Lastly, the most good looking in our opinion is the Kawasaki Z900RSD that has been made possible by Doremi Collection. The motorcycle pays homage to the riders of the AMA superbike championship and hence, carries a more retro kind of a look.
The motorcycle rides on Continental Road Attack tyres and these come coupled to 18-inch Campagnolo magnesium replicas. One of the prime visual highlights of this motorcycle is the 4-into-4 exhaust that indeed looks stunning. The indicators on this bike have been swapped out for a more classic look.
The 2018 Kawasaki Z900RS in its stock form, comes fitted with the same 948cc, inline four cylinder engine that runs the company’s Z900 naked streetfighter. The motor sheds out respective power and torque figures of 109 bhp and 99 Nm.
Kawasaki Z900RS Custom Images
Source – MCN