2024 Fire Breathers: Meet the All-New Ninja ZX-10RR

2024 Fire Breathers: Meet the All-New Ninja ZX-10RR

With a new variable air intake system (VAI), new connectivity/electronic options, and the customary dazzling must-haves for the Performance Edition, Kawasaki’s unstoppable supersport screamer is back for a new season of speed.

The new variable air intake (VAI), which, by the way, will need a race-kit ECU and sub-controller to activate, otherwise the bike is in a less-yanky Street Mode, has helped the all-new 2024 Ninja ZX-10RR maintain her iconic, 998cc inline-four heart, capable of a blathering 214hp (or 211bhp).

Dual, high-end Brembo M50 monobloc calipers holding large Ø 330 mm discs are a blessing for the brakes. The stoppage benefits also include a master cylinder with a radial pump and premium (re. pro-level) steel-braided lines.

To ensure the ideal handling equation, the front forks and rear shock are linked and have 43mm USD balance-free front forks that are crazily fine-tuned.

By the way, the tech list of perks for the 2024 Ninja ZX-10RR is insane:

  • Kawasaki Cornering Management Function (KCMF)
  • Bosch IMU
  • Sport-Kawasaki Traction Control (S-KTRC)
  • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
  • Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM)
  • Kawasaki Intelligent Anti-lock Brake System (KIBS)
  • Kawasaki Engine Brake Control
  • Kawasaki Quick Shifter (KQS)
  • Ohlins Electronic Steering Damper
  • Power Modes
  • Integrated Riding Modes
  • Electronic Cruise Control
  • TFT Color Instrumentation
  • Smartphone Connectivity

What makes Kawi’s ZX-10RR so unique, besides the race-ready horses and extra time spent on the bike’s VAI? Where is the racebike influence?

In case you were curious (or missed some of the above) and find yourself in dire need of the “exclusive Kawi experience,” here’s all the good stuff you’ll be getting if you buy a 2024 Ninja ZX-10RR:

  • Camshafts designed specifically for the Ninja ZX-10RR
  • Forged Marchesini wheels designed specifically for the Ninja ZX-10RR
  • Intake and exhaust valve springs that match the higher performance
  • Lightweight titanium connecting rods manufactured by Pankl
  • Lighter weight pistons lower the reciprocating weight
  • One less piston ring is used compared to the Ninja ZX-10R, improving friction and mechanical loss
  • DLC coating on the piston pins
  • Pirelli Diablo™ Supercorsa SP tires
  • Limited, rack-focused single-seat model
  • Fine-tuned suspension settings

If you choose the Performance Edition, in addition to the new, race-ready chassis and winglets, she will also come with a Smoke Windscreen and an Akrapovi Carbon SBK Replica Exhaust (to Euro 5 regulations) as standard.

With an MSRP of $30,499 USD and availability beginning RIGHT NOW, Kawi’s hyper screamer is anticipated to hit the market.

Reference: www.webbikeworld.com

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