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Item No:14109

1/12 Motorcycle Series No.109

1/12 SCALE Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR

Length: 170 mm. Image shows painted and assembled kit.

【 Lean, Green, Racing Machine 】After an absence of 20 years, Kawasaki returned to MotoGP as a works team in 2003 with their first racing bike with a 4-stroke engine, the ZX-RR. The 2003 racing season proved difficult, but 2004 saw the arrival of Japanese rider Shinya Nakano and a lot of development progress was made. The 2006 machine featured eye-catching cowl designs and the 990cc inline 4-cylinder engine featuring the unique variable ignition timing system. Ridden by Nakano and Randy de Puniet, the lime green machine challenged the top teams for race honors, with Nakano taking 2nd place at Round 8 in the Netherlands for his best finish of the season.

【 About the Model 】★Length: 170mm, Width: 61mm ★Accurately-shaped cowlings can be attached/removed using precision screws. ★990cc engine reproduced in great detail. ★Rear suspension secured to frame using nut, and wrench tool is included. ★Synthetic rubber slick tires for added realism. ★High-quality Cartograf decals included for both the No.56 and No.17 machines.
  • ■Front Suspension
    Details such as Brembo brake caliper and Olins front fork accurately reproduced. Decal included to depict the green wheel pinstripe.
  • ■Ram Air Duct
    The large air duct also features separately-molded parts for the the 2D unit. Brake and accelerator lines realistically depicted with vinyl tubing.
  • ■Air Box
    Large angular air box sits prominently on the frame, and slide markings are included for the instrument panel.
  • ■Engine
    990cc inline 4-cylinder engine faithfully rendered, and is attached to the frame with 4 screws.
  • ■Exhaust
    4 independent exhaust pipes also featured amongst the internal mechanics, and features accurate logos as well. Separately-molded clutch parts provide even more realism.
  • ■Rear Suspension
    Rear suspension is secured to the frame using a nut. Box wrench is conveniently included.

Information is current as of June 8, 2007. Specifications are subject to change without notice.