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Kawasaki Z750 Gallery

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Although this motorcycle is most commonly referred to as Z2, it is perfectly acceptable to refer to it as 750-RS. This is one of those bikes that officially appears to have 2 names. All Kawasaki literature refers to this model as either 750-RS or Z2 (or both) depending on what reference you are reading. Clearly, in Japan, either name is OK.

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Kawasaki Z750 1976 Kawasaki Z750 Kawasaki Z750e road test
1973 Kawasaki Z2 750RS Kawasaki Z2 750RS
  • Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder. DOHC
  • 69bhp @ 7500rpm
  • 230kg
  • 5 speed
1976 Kawasaki Z 750F Kawasaki Z750F  
1977 Kawasaki Z750 Kawasaki Z750  
1979 Kawasaki Z750 1979 Kawasaki Z750  
1980 Kawasaki Z 750LTD Kawasaki Z 750LTD  
1980 Kawasaki Z 750L Kawasaki Z 750L Almost old-fashioned in comparison with the 750s that were to come, the.L-series 750-4 of 1981 nevertheless performed in what would have been taken for true 1 litre 'superbike' fashion no more than a couple of years earlier. With a lighter yet stronger frame than that of the preceding E model, an extra horse or two to bang power up to 74bhp, and rear-suspension units having no fewer than five pre-load positions and four damping settings, the Z would attain 120mph and nearly 50 mpg in a mixture of town and open-road commuting.
1980 Kawasaki Z750E Z750
1981 Kawasaki Z 750 1981 Kawasaki Z750  
1981 Kawasaki Z750 Kawasaki Z 750  
1983 Kawasaki Z750 L3 Kawasaki Z 750  

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