Who found kawasaki motorbikes?
Kawasaki motorbikes is a branch of Kawasaki Heavy Industries wich is founded in 1896.
The company is named after its founder: Shozo Kawasaki!
After the second world war it was involved with producing of smaller two-stroke motorcycles down to 25ccm, but in 1963 it merged with japans oldest motorcycle manufactor: Meguro whereafter Meguro's products was named Kawasaki.
Kawasakis first larger motorbike became this way the 650ccm twin: K1, wich was a license built BSA A7, but few Years later, in 1965, they presented their own development based on the K1: The W1!
Kawasaki W1 was in fact the first Japanese designed large displacement motorbike!
The 2005 Kawasaki KX100 D1 - 4 series motorbikes have two separate 'crankcases.' Kawasaki specifications have the engine lubricated with a 32:1 ratio of fuel mixed with oil. The transmission crankcase is specified to use API SE through SL (and up) with JASO MA certified 10W40 oils. The D1 to D3s have transmission crankcase capacities of .65-liters and the D4 is larger at .70-liters.
The first thing to know about motorbikes is that they invoke a feeling of freedom that can cause the rider to take chances. The advantages are the low cost and running bills. The main disadvantage is that car drivers do not always see motorbikes, or give them the same respect on the road, and this can cause serious accidents.