All new 2022 Kawasaki 650 Series, new look revealed let's take a look into it.

All new 2022 Kawasaki 650 Series, new look revealed let's take a look into it. 


All new 2022 Kawasaki 650 Series, new look revealed let's take a look into it. Kawasaki 650 Series, New Look, Win Shock Absorbers, Side Down And A New Engine Upgrade?

The Kawasaki Z650RS, which is considered the latest version of the motorcycle in the 650cc class from the green giant that still has a conventional front suspension Isn't it the upside down type that many people expect? This raises the question that So what kind of upgrades will we see in Kawasaki's next-generation 650cc class?

To be honest, its competitor, Honda, in the 650cc class, has also been equipped with an upside-down fork, along with a four-cylinder engine, making it a very clear advantage. Including the Bike in the 500 Series class from the new Honda, it has also been put upside down. Back then, even to this day, the Kawasaki camp still adheres to the original specification of the engine and the conventional suspension is unchanged.


In fact, in the matter of the engine I believe that there are still many people who are okay with the inline 2-cylinder engine because it has its pros and cons that are different from the same 4-cylinder engine But in the matter of the suspension system I believe that it is still a question that remains in the minds of many bikers.

There have been rumors that Kawasaki itself might be able to upgrade the capacity of the in-line two-cylinder engine for the next generation. This will increase the capacity closer to 700cc, which here, in addition to giving the cc advantage to Honda (regardless of the number of cylinders), will also move closer to competitor Yamaha in the YZF model. -R7, MT-07 including Tracer 700

So then there shouldn't be any reason. With a two-cylinder engine rated between 650-700cc, Kawasaki's next generation will not include an upside-down front suspension. have to wait patiently Believe that they will definitely have a surprise in the next generation. Just like the industry-shattered Ninja ZX-25R.

All new 2022 Kawasaki 650 Series, new look revealed let's take a look into it. 

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