- Ninja ZX-25R carbon-fiber kit introduced in Indonesia
- Replicates the Race Spec version
- No major mechanical changes
Kawasaki has introduced a kit for the Ninja ZX-25R in Indonesia that transforms the standard bike to the Race Spec version which was revealed recently.
The kit includes a fully carbon-fibre bodywork that has been sourced from A-Tech. And just like the original, the kit drops everything that makes it road-legal like- the mirrors, number plate holder as well as the LED headlamp and tail lamp setup. It also gets a new windscreen and a thin, race seat along with revised ergonomics thanks to the gold-finished, Sniper-sourced rear-set footpegs. To add authenticity, the bodywork is also adorned with the same sticker work as the Race Spec Ninja ZX-25R.
Furthermore, Kawasaki Indonesia has fitted the motorcycle with a Yoshimura Hepta Force exhaust in place of the NASSERT-R Evolution Type II on the Race Spec version. However, the bike does not feature any change to its suspension hardware, unlike the Race Spec version which gets a mono-shock from the Ninja ZX-10R. It also rides on road-biased Dunlop tyres instead of the semi-slicks on the original.
This original, track-spec Ninja ZX-25R will be used in Kawasaki’s 2021 One-Make Racing Championship. While the Japanese bikemaker hasn’t revealed power figures, it is expected to come powered by the same 250cc, in-line four-cylinder engine from the standard model that revs to 17,000rpm. And as tempted as we are to get our hands on one, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R is unlikely to be launched in India anytime soon.