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Kawasaki Z400 SE ABS

COMPACT DESIGN

Designing the engine from scratch allowed the engine layout to be optimised for size, weight and efficiency. The new unit is comparable in size to that of the 2013-2018 Z250 – the new Z400 engine is almost identical in size to that of its Z250 counterpart. Numerous weight reduction efforts keep weight to a minimum. The clean design, trimmed of any unnecessary items, and the revamped layout enable a slim engine and a cooling system with minimised external piping

LIGHTWEIGHT TRELLIS FRAME

The Z400 features a trellis frame similar in design to that of the Ninja H2. Kawasaki’s advanced dynamic rigidity analysis was used to ensure optimum rigidity with light weight. The engine is rigid-mounted and used as a stressed member. The new frame design contributes significantly to the bike’s low curb mass.

NEW ASSIST & SLIPPER CLUTCH

More compact clutch (ø139 mm >> ø125 mm) with less rigid operating plates offers a 20% lighter lever pull. Complementing the extremely light feel at the lever, the new clutch has a wider engagement range, facilitating control.

COMPACT MULTI-FUNCTION INSTRUMENTATION

The Z400 is equipped with the same stacked instrument cluster as the Z650. Offering an easy-to-read layout, the analogue-style tachometer features a gear position indicator at its centre and sits atop a multi-function LCD screen.

POWERFUL, RIDER-FRIENDLY PARALLEL TWIN

Displacing 399 cm3, the new engine delivers significantly increased performance compared to its predecessor: 33.4 kW†1 for the Z400 (+4.4 kW vs the 2018 Z300). The higher performance can largely be credited to the new downdraft intake, which is accompanied by a larger airbox offering increased intake efficiency. The increased performance is complemented by a rider-friendly character; the smooth response and abundant low-end torque facilitate throttle control for new and experienced riders alike.

 

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