Kawasaki Superbikes

Z1000 A Mk.II & E

by Stefan R. Oehl



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 30/05/2024

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 484
ISBN : 9798369496299
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 484
ISBN : 9798369496312
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 484
ISBN : 9798369496305

About the Book

And Then There Were Three The Z1000 A2A represented the “Top of the Range” for just a view months, “And Then There Were Three.” In 1979, a series of new Kawasaki superbike models appeared, with the most robust 1 litre Kawasaki engine version so far. The Z1000 Mk.II, Z1000 ST and Z1000 SHAFT not only looked futuristic, but they were also equipped with most of the features that customers expected from sport and touring motorcycles at the end of the seventies. Despite these advancements the bikes remained affordable. The challenge of environmental legal requirements related to the emissions of an engine demanded improvements, and how these were incorporated can be found here. You wanted to know details about a kardan-drive for a motorcycle? The answers can also be found here, the fourth book about the history of Kawasaki superbikes.

About the Author

From completing an Electronic Technician apprenticeship and serving 15 months compulsory military service as a radar technician in the German Air Force, to his lengthy service in various technical departments for Lufthansa, my father has always had a passion and keen eye for the Kawasaki motorcycle, which never left him, even as he embarked on the adventure of a lifetime. After starting a family, Stefan moved himself, his wife and two daughters to the Land Down Under, settling in Brisbane, Australia. Here he experienced the managerial side of things, working for Virgin Australia Airlines in its technical departments, to which his meticulous mind was perfectly suited. With his expertise, Stefan went on to provide his services to Skywest Airlines, however was made redundant some time later. Not letting himself be defeated, Stefan continued his work as an independent Aviation Consultant and Author, and immersed himself in contributing to the Kawasaki community, bringing you Code Zed. Sabrina Elizabeth Oehl