In case the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R wasn't a quick enough machine for you, the ZX-10RR is your go-to machine. It is a version that caters to people who want to go racing but need something tried-and-tested by the manufacturer itself. As such, the RR Ninja has a high-lift camshaft, DLC-coated tappets to reduce friction, and stiffer valve springs. The wheels are lightweight Marchesini units and are shod with Pirelli Supercorsa SP tyres. The suspension is identical to the KRT edition Ninja ZX-10R, but tweaked to make it even quicker around a racetrack. Finally, the exhaust is an Akrapovic unit.
However, there is a catch - these engine modifications are not possible for the Indian market, because it means that the vehicle will not remain street legal. India does not even get the Akrapovic exhaust end can. Only 1000 units will be produced globally, but no concrete number has been assigned to India. The ZX-10RR competes with the Yamaha YZF-R1M and Aprilia RSV4 RF.