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Does not say when it's due in the showrooms but there are details of the revamped Z750 on the Kawasaki UK site, features similar frame to Z1000 & USD forks:
http://www.kawasaki.co.uk/z750/?MID=FEB482662&TC=90CC45AAE082662

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Number One in a Class of One
The spirit of 'Zed' shines through in the Z750, Kawasaki's DNA indelibly stamped on the hardcore Z750's breeding. Plenty of usable power keeps the Z ahead of the pack, and backs up its aggressive, sinister looks. A taut, slim chassis with revised mass centralisation means that flickable supersport handling matches the eager performance. Kawasaki has done it again with the updated Z750, delivering a radically-styled bike that's daringly different, but still true to the Zed heritage.

SERIOUS STREET PERFORMANCE
The new Z750 combines serious street riding and with aggressive knife-edged styling. Specially designed for high-performance street riding, this new-age street-fighter offers the perfect balance of engine and chassis performance.
Perfectly balanced
The development aim for the New “Z” Series was “True Street Performance.” And while both the new Z1000 and new Z750 share this quality, their approaches are radically different. “Perfect balance” is the term which best describes the new Z750, delivering crisp, quick-revving power and sharp handling with superb rider feedback. Its avant-garde styling perfectly expresses the performance of this sharp-edged street tool, the only 750 cm³ super naked in its class.

Scalpel sharp handling
A slim and compact chassis gives the Z750 superb manoeuvrability and precise handling in a wide range of riding situations. Chassis highlights include a new 41 mm inverted fork, tuned to cope with demanding sports riding whilst improving ride quality and feel.

Superb feedback
The chassis’ stiffness balance has been optimised to give positive feedback across the entire speed range. In addition, an improved relationship between the seat, handlebars and footpeg positions further enhances communication between rider and machine.

Sensual Power
Complementing the Z750’s new chassis is a re-tuned power unit. The liquid-cooled, 748 cm3, 16-valve, In-line Four has more instant urge and overtaking power — just what’s needed to excel in today’s urban riding environment. Changes result in a wider mid-range torque curve whilst retaining the high-rpm exhilaration of the previous model. These uprated power characteristics are accentuated by a unique new silencer and twin-outlet end-cap emitting a sensual 4-cylinder exhaust note that is pure Kawasaki, while relocated engine mounts behind the cylinder greatly reduce engine vibration transmitted to the rider.

Offering just the right amount of power in a responsive and sharp-looking package, the new Z750 just may be the best balanced machine of the new model year.

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Words are nice, but a picture of a motorcycle says thousand times more. The New Kawasaki Z750 will be available in Candy Lime Green, Ebony and Atomic Silver.



 

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Certainly looks a stunner. I think it's the first Z750 that they've done in green. Even the exhaust can does not look too bad.

I guess you'll know soon enough if it's getting to the USA.
 

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I doubt we'll get this in the US. I do like the looks overall, a lot more like my current Zed1000 than the new 1000. Why didn't they put a pair of these cans on the new 1000 instead of the duel trombone bells.
 

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dos Kawasaki not think they market in the US for a 750 ? that looks way better that the 07 Z1000. late apex wood you get a new z1000 ?
 
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