The Kawasaki GPz 750 hit showroom floors in 1982. Styling was directly inspired by its GPz siblings, and its engine, apart from an all-black paint scheme, looked basically identical to earlier Kawasaki 650 and 750 …
GPz 750 R. In 1986, Kawasaki issued the new GPz 750 R (ZX750R), which in many parts was an identical twin of the GPz 900 R «Ninja» (presented 1983), just with smaller bore in the same motor. See also. Kawasaki GPZ series; References
Parent company: Kawasaki Heavy Industries
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The GPz turns 4400 rpm at an actual 60 mph (indicated 60 is an actual 55 mph). At that speed—and at every other engine speed—the Kawasaki is the smoothest 750 …
The Kawasaki GPz750 Turbo was a sportbike manufactured from late 1983 to 1985, with two model years – the 1984 E1 and the 1985 E2. Differences were minor, a twin «push/pull» throttle cable for the E2 and different brake caliper stickers.