Finishing the cylinder head, which refers to a new way working of valve lifted the power of engine from 200 to 203 hp, and the RR version has 204 hp thanks to the piston rods of titanium.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
After the recent Ninja H2 boost from 205 to a record 231 hp, Kawasaki announced that the Superbike models of the Ninja ZX-10R, ZX-10RR and ZX-10R SE will increase the potential for 2019. The most important achievement on the four-cylinder 999 ccm refers to the new valve management system.
The Ninja ZX-10RR for the year 2019 also got the Pankl-made titanium rods. They were saved by weight, and then extracted a little extra power, or 204 hp at the same 13,500 rpm. In addition, the RR has an extra 600 rpm with the lighter parts of the engine, which is an important data when approving this model for the Superbike Championship. Otherwise, the RR version will be produced in only 500 copies for 2019.
All three models for the year 2019 also receive a “quickshifter” that works in both directions, along with the red caps of the head of the aggregate. The SE model in the area that is most susceptible to scratches has even a self healing paint, with this semi-active suspension model coming in a black-and-green combination. The basic ZX-10R will be available in colorful KRT colors, which adorn the factory motorcycles in the Superbike team, while the road “special” ZX-10 RR, approved for the Superbike Championship, will be available exclusively in green formwork.