Kawasaki GTR1400 Motorbikes For Sale
What Is It?
The Kawasaki GTR1400 is a sports touring bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 1,352 cc inline four engine with Variable Valve Timing, producing 152.9 bhp at 8,800 rpm and maximum torque at 6,200 rpm. Power reaches the rear wheel via a shaft drive.
- Aluminium twin spar frame
- Dual 310 mm wavy discs up front with Nissin four piston calipers
- 270 mm wavy disc at the rear with two piston caliper
- Adjustable 43 mm upside down fork with 113 mm travel
- Adjustable shock with 136 mm travel
- Slipper clutch
- 4->1 exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
The bike is heavily based on the ZZR1400 sports bike, sharing the same 1,352 cc engine in a lower state of tune (-35 bhp) for easier low-mid speed riding. The main differences are the addition of a tall electrically adjustable screen, panniers, a more relaxed riding position and shaft drive all of which unfortunately adds a lot to the weight.
Storage is excellent with huge panniers, there's a glovebox on top of the fuel tank, a 12V socket for sat navs and keyless start.
The 10-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 190/50 at the rear.
Accessories include a top box, ABS (adds 4 kg), heated grips and taller screen.
- 2007-2008: Black, Blue
- 2009: Grey, blue
It's also called the ZG1400 or Concours 14.
Launch RRP: £11,000
Capacity: 1,352 cc (very high)
Power: 153 bhp, 114 kW (very high)
Red Line: 10,500 rpm (high)
Top Speed: 170 mph, 274 km/h (very high)
Fuel Consumption / Gas Mileage: 40 mpg, 7.1 l/100km, 14.2 km/l (average)
Range: 190 miles, 306 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 22.0 litres, 5.8 US gallons (very high)
Seat Height: 815 mm, 32.1 inches (average)
Wet Weight: 308 kg, 679 pounds (very heavy)
Dry Weight: 279 kg, 615 pounds
Power to Weight: 0.497 bhp/kg, 0.370 kW/kg
Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (very high)
Review In A Few
- Long distance comfort
- Smooth power
- Relatively bland styling
- Super heavy
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