KAWASAKI Indonesia has been released a promotional video for the hottest model "ZX-25R" in 2020 that was unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show 2019.
The video introduces the details of the Ninja ZX-25R, its exciting riding, the development and installation of its racing parts.
Here are the following videos showcasing the specs introduction of KAWASAKI NINJA ZX-25R special edition no.1.
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.1 Revealed!]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.2 First Impression]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.3 Fierce Aura of an Apex Predator]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.4 High-Performance Supersport Brakes]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.5 The Only In-Line Four Engine in the 250cc]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.6 High-Grade Suspension Components]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.7 High-Revving Excitement]
- [Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.8 Screaming In-Line 4 Power [Engine Sound]]
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.1 Revealed!]
Introducing the Ninja ZX-25R, an all-new 250cc supersport model powered by a brand new In- Line Four engine – currently1 the only one in its class. The smooth-revving 249 cm3 liquid- cooled DOHC 16-valve In-Line Four offers both robust low-mid range torque and strong high-rpm power. Careful intake and exhaust tuning of the high-revving engine ensures that every twist of the throttle rewards riders with the characteristic exhaust note of a Kawasaki In-Line Four.*
Racing feedback from Kawasaki’s championship-winning World Superbike2 effort brings WSBK chassis design thinking to the 250cc class. The all-new trellis frame, designed using Kawasaki’s advanced dynamic rigidity analysis, is complemented by high-grade SFF-BP front suspension – a 250cc class first – radial-mount monobloc caliper and Horizontal Back-link rear suspension, delivering superb supersport-style cornering performance when sport riding.*
Electronic rider support features like KTRC (Kawasaki TRaction Control), Power Mode selection and KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter) are also equipped, completing a package that offers riding exhilaration worthy of the Ninja ZX name.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.2 First Impression]
First Impression of Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R in Tokyo Motor Show 2019.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.3 Fierce Aura of an Apex Predator]
Befitting the most powerful machine in the 250cc class, the Ninja ZX-25R’s aggressive Ninja styling exudes a fierce aura of restrained power and explosive action. A trademark feature of Kawasaki’s Ninja ZX models, the Ram Air intake prominently located at the centre of the upper cowl instantly sets the Ninja ZX-25R apart from other 250cc class models. Twin LED headlights help the Ninja ZX-25R stand out while providing excellent illumination, and a sharp chin spoiler contributes to the strong Ninja family image.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.4 High-Performance Supersport Brakes]
Large-diameter front disc gripped by a radial-mount monobloc caliper and complemented by a large-diameter rear disc offer strong stopping power and deliver superb brake touch, helping riders set precise corner speeds on the track and facilitating control when navigating city traffic.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.5 The Only In-Line Four Engine in the 250cc]
[Ninja ZX-25R Features: The Only In-Line Four Engine in the 250cc Class]
The Ninja ZX-25R’s In-Line Four engine – the key to its exhilarating riding impact – delivers performance that eclipses the rest of the 250cc field. Developed with feedback from other Ninja ZX supersport machines, the all-new engine offers a quick-revving nature, direct throttle response and a flexible character that combines strong low-mid range torque that facilitates city riding and screaming high-rpm power that can be enjoyed when sport or track riding. Every twist of the throttle rewards riders with a satisfying surge of acceleration complemented by the characteristic intake and exhaust notes of a Kawasaki In-Line Four.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.6 High-Grade Suspension Components]
The Ninja ZX-25R’s ø37 mm inverted fork uses SFF-BP (Separate Function Fork – Big Piston) internals. Combining the concepts of Showa SFF and BPF, this advanced fork offers both racetrack performance and everyday usability. At the rear, Horizontal Back-link rear suspension offers a progressive character that contributes to the bike’s supersport-style handling. Both make their debut in the 250cc class.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.7 High-Revving Excitement]
Sophisticated instrument design features a large analogue tachometer flanked by warning lamps on one side, and a gear position indicator and multi-function LCD screen on the other. High-tech electronic rider support features like traction control, power mode selection and a quick shifter make it even easier to enjoy the Ninja ZX-25R's exciting In-Line Four engine performance. Developed with feedback from other Ninja ZX models, the high-performance engine offers class-leading power and a rev-range that extends beyond 17,000 rpm.
[Ninja ZX-25R: Vol.8 Screaming In-Line 4 Power [Engine Sound]]
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R screaming in-line 4 engine sound.
Original Source [ KAWASAKI Indonesia ]