In terms of chassis, the frame is inspired by some elements and the design of the Ninja ZX-10RR: it is a high-strength steel trellis, combined with a long-type curved swingarm. The front fork is one Showa SFF-BP (the Ninja ZX-4SE and Ninja ZX-4RR feature a preload adjuster mechanism), while the rear is equipped with a horizontal back-link rear suspension system that offers the same progressive characteristics found on the ZX-10R. Instead, the Ninja ZX-4RR version features the same type of rear shock Showa BFRC-lite of the Ninja ZX-10R.
The braking system relies on two 290 mm semi-floating front discs, gripped by monobloc radial calipers, and a 220 mm rear disc. The rims are 17″ and mount 120/70 front and 160/60 rear tyres.
As standard we also find LED lights, traction control KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control) and 4 Power Modes: Sport, Road, Rain and Rider (manual). The KQS (Kawasaki Quick Shifter).
The instrumentation is a screen LCD a colori fully digital 4.3”, which also offers the Track mode, which allows you to view the lap times, the gear engaged and the engine speeds exceeded 10,000 rpm. The Kawasaki Rideology app can be used to connect to your smartphone and use a variety of features, including logging GPS route information and vehicle driving information.
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