27 Sep 23, 15:19 pm

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  • Offline MisterB   gb

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    Hello
    on: Jun 02, 2023, 07.15 pm
    Jun 02, 2023, 07.15 pm
    Hello everyone.

    I had a CBR600RR and I was unfortunately in a head on with another car, Iím fine, bikes written off.

    So, after looking around and ending up in a kwak dealership, I had a 20 min test ride and bought a new Z900 performance! Another week or so and Iíll have it. Iíve got a week or so to get some miles and first service done, then Iím off for a trip through the UK, France, Spain and across the pyrenees. Should be a blast.

    So Iíll be hanging around for a while I think!

    Thanks!

  • Offline Cazzy_R   england

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    Re: Hello
    Reply #1 on: Jun 02, 2023, 09.27 pm
    Jun 02, 2023, 09.27 pm
    Sounds like a plan!

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  • Offline Zed62   ca

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    Re: Hello
    Reply #2 on: Jun 03, 2023, 04.29 pm
    Jun 03, 2023, 04.29 pm
    Congrats on the SE, and welcome to the forum.

  • Offline KawiCommuter   us

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    Re: Hello
    Reply #3 on: Jun 04, 2023, 03.53 am
    Jun 04, 2023, 03.53 am
    I've had 2 Suzuki DL650's--got 125K miles out of both.  I appreciate them as good bikes that are fantastic for commuting purposes.  But the Z900's mechanical engineering features on this bike are better.  Easier to remove gas tank, better design of frame, easier to remove air box, and easier to replace spark plugs. Obviously, entirely different type of bike with lots more HP and torque.  The inline 4 is smooth as butter.  Love the Z900.  Hope you find the Z900 as fun and well-designed as I do.

     


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