2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro: Aggressive Street Fighter In A Stature, Excellent Nimble 'Z' Styling

Mar 01, 2017 10:30 AM EST | Audi Mae

The 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro is a lightweight motorcycle and a nimble streetfighter, which provides a "Z" styling excitement and freedom of motorcycling. The concept of the superbike adds a little rebellious side of fun.

According to Digital Trends, it is fuelled by four-stroke, with one-cylinder SOHC, and two-valve air-cooled engine. It has 125 cc engine displacement. The bore and stroke measure 56.0 x 50.6mm, with 9.8:1 compression ratio. The fuel system of the superbike runs on DFI with 24mm throttle bodies.

The2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro comes with TCBI with electronic advance and a four-speed return shift transmission. It has a telescopic fork front suspension with 3.9 inches wheel travel. The rear suspension is composed of the swingarm and single shock with 4.1 wheel travel.

According to Cycle World, the motorcycle's front tire measures 100/90-12, and its rear tire is 120/70-12. It has a single 200mm petal-style front brake disc and a single 184mm petal-style rear brake disc. It helps light clutch pull and precise shifts.

The motorcycle's shifts offer an impressive four-speed gearbox. It helps in swapping both the clutch and brake levers for an adjustable and better setup. The brakes are enhanced that provides safety while sliding the rear end around the front wheel.

The2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro features a backbone frame type with a 26.0 degrees rake and 2.7 inches trail. The lightweight motorcycle measures 66.9 inches in length and 29.5 inches width and 39.6 inches in height. It gives a 6.1 inches ground clearance.

The Z125 Pro has a seat height if 31.7 inches and a curb weight of 224.8 pounds. Its fuel capacity is 2.0 gallon, and its wheelbase is 46.3 inches. A set of 30 mm forks upkeep the front end on 3.9 inches of travel, and they also help in aggressive maneuvers. The2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro features two color variants, Candy Lime Green, and Metallic Graphite Gray.


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