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* Price shown is based on the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) and is subject to change. MSRP excludes destination fees, optional accessories, applicable taxes, installation, setup and/or other dealer fees.Everything about the Ninja ZX-14R sportbike is big: Big displacement, big horsepower, big accolades. Life is pretty good at the top of the heap. When you make more power than any other production sportbike on the planet, as the ZX-14R does, the character of the power delivery is as important as the actual number of horses. To that end, the surface-milled combustion chamber shapes and polished intake ports provide the benefits of racing's black art porting straight from the factory. Consequently, all elements of the induction system work in a coordinated manner, maintaining the Ninja tradition of smooth power delivery. Key Features One-of-a-kind 1,441cc inline-four engine is the most massively powerful motorcycle engine Kawasaki has ever produced, delivering the most power of any current production sportbike in the world KTRC traction-control system addresses varying riding conditions via 3 different modes controlled by a handy switch assembly on the left handlebar Slipper clutch assembly helps control chassis upset from rear-wheel torque effects while braking and downshifting High performance exhaust system features large-diameter tapered head pipes, a catalyzer and an efficient muffler assembly for low noise and emissions Aluminum monocoque frame is narrow, strong and rigid for impressive sport riding performance that complements the engine's power Aluminum swingarm assembly is longer than traditional designs and incorporates strengthening gussets to withstand the engine's substantial torque Supersport bodywork package embraces the visual cues of Kawasaki siblings, includes a rear seat cowl and adds better air management for improved rider and passenger comfort All-new 10-spoke wheels are more than 3lbs lighter in total than the previous generation's, reducing unsprung weight for better handling and maneuverability Balanced suspension settings front and rear for a comfortable ride without sacrificing performance Flagship-worthy finish quality with hidden bodywork fasteners1,441cc 4 cyl Liquid-Cooled DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAMSHAFT Engine Long-stroke design, ported cylinder heads, lightweight forged pistons, and aggressive camshaft profiles provide more torque and power throughout the rev range than any other production sportbike Piston jet system sprays a continuous stream of cooling lubrication to the underside of each piston for cooler running temperatures, more consistent power output and excellent longterm durability Strong cam chain and tensioning system offers excellent high-rpm durability Thick 40mm crankshaft main journals contribute to long term engine durability Surface and heat treatments allow the transmission gears to better harness the engine's prodigious power output Chrome composite-plated aluminum cylinder bores are lightweight, durable, and effectively transfer heat away from the combustion chamber and piston for max durability at high power outputs Mechanical noise is kept to a min via special piston profiles and a urethane insulation sheet on the inside of the magnesium chain coverHigh-flow Exhaust System Header assembly has tapered-diameter pipes for optimal engine response and power output The internal construction of the dual mufflers minimizes the impact of noise and emissions regulations, while maintaining impressive top-end power Airflow directed into the exhaust by the large secondary air ports in the cylinder head and head cover, plus a 3rd honeycomb catalyzer in the exhaust collector, help meet strict Euro III emissions standardsGear-driven Dual Engine Balancers Revised balance weights keep the dimensioned engine (more stroke) in ideal balance, resulting in improved comfort for riders and passengers Already in perfect prim

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