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Not to be confused with the zzr1200. Those are carbd
 
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Who cares about the ZZR? The question had concerned only the ZX12 and was answered correctly.
My response is there for clarification. Some people don't know that the zzr1200 is a completely different bike and not just a sport-touring version of the zx12r.

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My response is there for clarification. Some people don't know that the zzr1200 is a completely different bike and not just a sport-touring version of the zx12r.

Thanks, I guess.
I won't argue with you on that.
Known facts so far that the ZZR1200 (ZX-11) built from 1990-2001 and the ZZR1200 (ZX-12C) built from 2002-2005, both are delivered as carbed models and couldn't be mistaken with the ZX-12R.
Assuming that the ZZR1200 is the little touring sis from the ZX-12R is ridiculous and I'd never heard this before. But for your relaxation, there are several ppl for sure who don't know and I hope that those stay away from riding such a bike.
 

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I won't argue with you on that.
Known facts so far that the ZZR1200 (ZX-11) built from 1990-2001 and the ZZR1200 (ZX-12C) built from 2002-2005, both are delivered as carbed models and couldn't be mistaken with the ZX-12R.
Assuming that the ZZR1200 is the little touring sis from the ZX-12R is ridiculous and I'd never heard this before. But for your relaxation, there are several ppl for sure who don't know and I hope that those stay away from riding such a bike.
Not for my relaxation. State side, we have the zx11. EU/Asia/Aus have the zzr1100. Those are the same bike with different names for the different markets. Kawasaki finally ironed out the naming schemes after the zx11/zzr1100 with the zx12r and zzr1200. Both of the latter bikes retain their name across all markets. But, if you didn't look this information up beforehand, you wouldn't know the difference. The zx12r looks vastly different from the zzr1200. But, I'm a Kawasaki fan and could spot one from a mile away.

Thanks for relaxing my relaxation from a relaxed POV, I guess.
 
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