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ninja it has more horsepower to kick it off the block
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The battery for the 2006 ZX-14 (I assume the same for all years) is not under the seat as it is on most bikes. It is actually on the right side of the bike just under the gas… tank. You'll see a small 'hatch' where the tank meets the seat, remove that to access the battery. You do not have to remove the tank or the seat (I found out the hard way)\n. \n Answer \n. \nbatterys are normally under the seats
Fit a sport exhaust or just cut it off (leave a simple pipe to direct the heat off your legs). If you cut it off it will be reeeeealy noisy though... To ways. Get a speedohea…ler or shave a little of the speed sensor nut
192 with speedohealer. Mods were a PCIII and Muzzy exhuast. I couldn't say stock. This was done with gps speed recording device.
It is underneath the gas tank, inside the frame on the side of the rear brakes, there IS a side door to access the battery, so do not take the tank off. Look at the fin fairin…g and follow it to the rear and you will find it.
The Ninja is known to accelerate to 150 mph in under ten seconds. It however, stops accelerating beyond 180mph due to ECU programming restrictions.
If your asking for what kind of oil it should be then its 20-50W, which you can find at any local motorcycle dealer.
12 lbs. http://www.batteryspec.com/cgi-bin/cart.cgi?action=link&product=15&sub2=150161
2009 ZX 14 Ninja 2009 Suzuki Hayabusa Speed limiter chips deactivated which is faster on top end bone stock?
Actually the zx-14 is faster, Even on a dyno the ninja actually have a little more power so overall the ZX 14 ninja is the fastest.
See the following article and decide for yourself... http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/9/484/Motorcycle-Article/2008-Ninja-ZX-14-vs-Suzuki-Hayabusa.aspx
The 80 is faster and better no questions asked!
Zx-14. But not by much
Exact same thing. The official name is ZX-14R not ZX-14.
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Depends what size and year you are looking at. I'm a huge KTM fan as they have incredible bikes in my opinion. Kawasaki's are great too, but if you're looking for a 250-450 fo…r a decent price while still good quality go Suzuki RMZ250/450. They have been rated best stock bike in shootouts for a few years now by Motocross Action Magazine and are cheaper than KTMs.