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Kawasaki KRR ZX-150 Ninja
Powerful 2-stroke bikes proves to be the popular choices in 70s and all the way until now as of 2014. There are plentiful of legendary bikes that are still available in secondhand market like the aggressive Yamaha TZM-150, the iconic Honda NSR150 SP with the single-sided ProArm rear suspension, the naked Suzuki TXR 150 Gamma and the last 150cc 2-stroke to arrive, the 2008 Kawasaki Ninja KRR ZX150. The sound these 2-stroke bikes are among the best sound you can hear on the road and track. In 2014, many 2-stroke bikes are going to be discontinued, so here, I copy the actual text and images so that it will always remain online for those who are looking to refer to it again. The official text and images are as below:
The Kawasaki Ninja KRR ZX150 is a firm favourite amongst seasoned 150cc bikers as well as those moving up from smaller engine bikes. The Ninja KRR ZX150 with its cool and renowed Ninja styling has dominated the 150cc bike catagory for a long time and the 2008 model has continue to win over many fans and without doubt will further strengthens Kawasaki’s domination.
SUPER KIPS Enhanced Engine
The high revving 2 stroke, liquid cooled, single cylinder with Kawasaki’s patented SUPER KIPS (Kawasaki Integrated Power Valve System), will ensure continuous and useable power delivery across the entire power band. For experienced rider, the Super Kips powered Ninja KRR ZX150 will not disappoint. On paper, the engine provides massive power at 29.6ps for a bike that is only 124.5kg of curb weight.
Dual –piston Calipers Front and Rear Ventilated Disc Brakes
The powerful dual-calipers front and rear ventilated disc brakes will bring the Ninja KRR ZX150 to a complete stop safely and confident in all conditions and speeds.
Aluminum Swing-arm Stabilizer
The aluminum swing-arm stabilizer enhances performance stability as you flip the bike from left to right as you weave through the city congested traffic.
Liquid-cool for More Consistent and Prolonged Engine Performance
The liquid-cooled engine allows greater cooling capability to ensure consistent engine performance at all speeds and improves engine durability especially in city riding.
Wide 17’ Wheels
Aggressive and impressive looking alloy wheels for a sleeker and meaner look and provides better grip and handling at high speed.
Large Multi-reflector Headlight
The large multi-reflector headlight of the Ninja KRR ZX150 provide penetrating light beams for safer night riding especially at high speed.