Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14

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Reviews

7 reviews
Roley
RoleyAdelaide64 posts
 
Dee
Dee2 posts
 

Perfect bike for me and can handle every riding situation and style

Have a 2012 model put 5k on it on one season bike is super comfortable for me (6'4" 200+) handles really well for its size. Body work is all high quality finish can say a bad thing about it. only thing I can say is go buy one you won't regret it

iansanders351
iansanders351AU
 

Absolute king of supersport !!!

Just bought 2014 demo 14R green blaze pearlescent ....handling ,,braking.. power,,features are second to none !! build quality,fit and finish ,,,scalloped in indicators chassis etc etc ,,,so much for under 20 grand ,,loved my zzr1100 and this cult bike will be with me until I die !! midrange top end and flickability ,,yes hypersport style handling with that alloy tubed mono chassis ;)

Dimi
Dimi2 posts
 

perfect killa big bike

Im 44. Ive owned several big bikes, but the zx14 is the one to feel strong acceleration. Pull the throttle plates on the earlier model, two bros adjustable fuel, and a quick dyno map / tune and all of a sudden they come alive. Power everywhere, big torque ... see ya later. Through the gears on a sorted zx14 is, for the experienced, a big grin. Its makes liter bikes look small - and yeah, they are quick, but for solid, outright hyperformance with tough build quality, you cant beat em !!

Norm Stokes
Norm StokesVICGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC3 posts
 
HappyFamilyofFive
HappyFamilyofFiveAU8 posts
 
zx14cbr900
zx14cbr900
 

Excellent

Awesome, had a few bikes this is the one that has put the biggest stupidest grins on my face. It is a joy to ride, heavy at low speed which affects braking but once moving it feels great in the corners. Definately not for novice riders or idiots.
Power, comfort, looks, price, build quality, big tank range 21litres,
Rear tyre wear, expect 3,500 to 6000kms,

Hard to drive under the speed limit

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Questions & Answers

Michael
Michael

2010 zx1400 battery is hooked up but the instrument panel won't light up and it won't start , I checked the fuses and all are good what could the problem be?

Dee
Dee  

Electrical problem somewhere if it's not the fuses sorry I'm not real sure when it comes to electrical

Roley
Roley  
Roley
Roley  

Oh and as well. With the Ignition on do you still get a natural light.

And will the engine crank over with the starter motor but just not start...??

Or you have no natural light and no starter motor function as well.................???

Gilly Gee
Gilly Gee

Test rode an 06 zx14...smooth,fast,felt light got off it with smile. Riding a V-twin naked brute. It's my only bike for commute, weekend away etc.

Thinking it might be the riding position of the zx14 holding me back?? Thoughts anyone??

Regards George

Dimi
Dimi  

Buy it. But get low rpm fuelling issues sorted with a power commander etc. Bar risers are available. The bikes are long but great to ride.

STEVE DAVIS
STEVE DAVIS

What kind of mileage intervals for valve adjustments? Is this bike prone to any particular mechanical issues?? I have a 2003 Kawasaki ZZR 1200 with 6,000 miles, MUZZY pipes, in excellent condition. Will sell to a good home, or trade up to a 2004-2008 ZX-14

mons
mons  
Larry
Larry  
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