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The detailed comparison between Kawasaki Z 800 and Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 can help you decide which one of them will suit you better. The decision on your next motorcycle purchase should be all based on your personal preferences for speed, handling and comfort. If you compare the motorcycles you are interested in by analysing their technical specifications, features and pictures, the list of favourite ones could be shortened to just a few models. The most appropriate method of exploring them is to actually ride each of them or at least sit on them to see how they feel.

Kawasaki-Z 800   vs   Yamaha-Fazer FZ-1
Picture of Kawasaki - Z 800Picture of Kawasaki - Z 800
Kawasaki manufacturer Yamaha
Z 800 bike name Fazer FZ-1
Sport bike mootorcycle type Sport touring
2016 year since 2006
210 / 80 / 105 cm overall size L/W/H(cm)206 / 65.5 / 112.5 cm
806 cc engine displacement (cc)998 cc
Digital fuel injection DFI with 34mm Keihin throttle bodies fuel supply method Fuel Injection
11.9:1 compression ratio 11.5:1
71x50.9 mm bore and stroke 77x53.6 mm
150mm (5.9 inches) ground clearance 135mm (5.3 inches)
3.4litres (3.6 quarts) engine oil capacity3.7litres (3.9 quarts)
17.0 litres (4.5 gallons) fuel tank capacity 20.0 litres (5.3 gallons)
245 km/h (152 mph) top speed246 km/h (153 mph)
113 hppeak horsepower 150 hp
83 nm (61.2 ft lbs)max torque 106 nm (78.2 ft lbs)
218 kg (481 lbs) dry weight204 kg (450 lbs)
231 kg (509 lbs) curb weight (wet weight) 220 kg (485 lbs)
41mm inverted fork, rebound damping and preload adjustment front suspension telescopic forks with 130mm travel
bottom link Uni-Trak monoshock rebound damping, adjustable spring preload rear suspension link type swingarm with 130mm travel
120/70-ZR17 front tyre size 120/70-ZR17
180/55-ZR17 rear tyre size 190/50-ZR17
6-speed wet clutch transmission type 6-speed
TCBI with electronic advance ignition / starting Electric
dual 277mm petal-type discs, 4-piston calipers, standard ABS front brakes Two discs x 320mm
single 216mm petal-type disc, single-piston caliper, standard ABSrear brakes One disc x 245mm
Chain drivefinal drive typeChain drive
Liquid coolingcooling typeLiquid cooling
5.30 l/100km (44.4 mpg)fuel economy (consumption)6.25 l/100km (37.6 mpg)
technical specifications of Kawasaki Z 800see data separatelytechnical specifications of Yamaha Fazer FZ-1

Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 has bigger engine size than Kawasaki Z 800 but this is not a direct indicator for more power or better performance. The first bike has the advantage of greater compression ratio of 11.9:1 than the other one. This ratio is the relation of the volume in the cylinder when the piston is at the bottom of the stroke to the volume in the cylinder when the gas is compressed and the piston is at the top of the stroke. When the mixture of air and fuel in the combustion chamber has bigger pressure (higher compression ratio) when it is ignited then it burns more effectively and therefore these bikes tend to have better fuel economy (comparing engines with equal displacement).
The bike with a better fuel economy is the Kawasaki Z 800 which can travel 44.4 miles with one gallon of fuel. Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 on the contrary can travel 37.6 miles with a gallon. Miles per gallon (mpg) is one way of describing the fuel economy of a motorcycle and liters per 100 kilometers (l/100km) is another.
how to buy motorcycle tires Motorcycle tyres come in variety of sizes and these sizes are strongly specified for each model. Another considerable factor here is your own riding style. You need to know what the code designators printed on the tire mean in order to be able to find the proper size for your bike. The width of the tire measured in millimeters is shown first. Both motorcycles have the same with of their front tires - 120 mm. The next number refers to the tire profile. The third number shows the size of the rim - its diameter measured in inches. Buying motorcycle tires online can save you precious time and cash.
Kawasaki Z 800 has a better ground clearance of 150mm ( for Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 it is 135mm). The ground clearance is also called the ride height and that is the distance between the base of the tyre and underside of the motorcycle’s body (the chassis). In other words that is the shortest distance between the road surface and the lowest mechanical part of the motorcycle.
Comparing the top speed values of both motorcycles we can see that Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 is the faster one with 246km/h. As per the technical data of Kawasaki Z 800 it would be behind it on the highway with 245km/h. However sources may vary as to whether these top speed parameters are precise or only approximate.liquid cooling system of a motorcycle
Kawasaki Z 800 is liquid cooled and so is the Yamaha Fazer FZ-1. The tiny variations of the operating temperatures are one of the significant advantages of the liquid cooled motorcycles. Therefore liquid cooled motors can run with carburetion set to burn all the fuel in the mixture. The circulation of the coolant from the radiator to the engine is helped by the water pump. A thermostat turns on an electric fan to draw more air over the radiator in case the motorcycle slows down and the air flowing through the radiator is not enough to cool the liquid inside it to the desired level. However the water pump, the thermostat, the radiator and all the linking gear makes it a bit more complex.
motorcycle with chain final drive Both motorcycles Kawasaki Z 800 and Yamaha Fazer FZ-1 have the same final drive - chain. Chain drives are by far the most popular final drive technology in the history of motorcycles and are the most economical way to drive power from the engine to the rear wheel. However chains have their down points - more frequent need of maintenance (lubrication and cleaning) which means that a biker should always keep an eye on the chain especially in rainy days or dusty roads.
Compression ratio 11.9:1 means that the volume of gas in the cylinder when the piston is at the bottom of its stroke refers to the volume of gas when the piston is at the top of its stroke as 11.9:1. Based on the information from the technical data of the motorcycles the values are accordingly 11.9:1 for Kawasaki Z 800 and 11.5:1 for Yamaha Fazer FZ-1. Premium fuel might be recommended for some motorcycles with high levels of compression ration in order to avoid engine knocking. Higher compression ratio means bigger pressure of the fuel/air mix in the combustion chamber and better efficiency achieved of its ignition.
Motorcycle oil is one of the most important components that keeps the engine running smoothly. Synthetic engine oils are considered the most technically advanced one and are more expensive than the mineral oils which come at lower price. 3700 miles (6000 km) between oil changes is widely accepted rule. More kilometers between two oil changes is accepted when synthetic oil is used. The oil filter needs to be replaced too and that is usually to be done with the oil change. According to the technical specs the engine oil capacity is 3.4 litres for Kawasaki Z 800 and 3.7 litres for Yamaha Fazer FZ-1. When changing the oil it is advisable to put less than the specified oil capacity and to check the level. The best way to pour the exact quantity of oil is to observe the dipstick or the level sight window.


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