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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours:
Mootorcycle type:Sport touring
Year:2010
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):223 / 79 / 135
Engine size (cc):1352 cc displacement
Fuel supply:Fuel injection
Compression ratio:10.7:1
Bore and Stroke:84x61 mm
Ground clearance:125mm (4.9 inches)
Engine oil capacity:4.0litres (4.2 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :22.0 litres (5.8 gallons)
Top speed:254 km/h (157 mph)
Peak horse power:155 hp
Max torque:136 nm (100.3 ft lbs)
Dry weight:292 kg (644 lbs)
Wet weight:304 kg (670 lbs)
Front suspension:43mm inverted fork with adjustable rebound and spring preload. The wheel travel is 113mm.
Rear suspension:Bottom link Unit-Trek with gas charged shock. The wheel travel is 136mm. Tetra lever rebound damping.
Front tyre size:120/70-ZR17
Rear tyre size:190/50-ZR17
Transmission type:6-speed with wet multidisc clutch
Ignition / starting:digital ignition and electric starting
Front brakes:2x310mm discs with 4-piston calipers
Rear brakes:single disc with 270mm diameter and 2-piston caliper
Final drive:Shaft drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:6.60 l/100km (35.6 mpg)
Picture of Kawasaki - GTR1400 ConcoursGTR1400 Concours

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours:
- Fuel consumption (economy) is usually presented in L/100km (shows how many liters of fuel it consumes per 100 kilometers) or in MPG (shows how many miles it can go with one gallon of fuel). It means that based on its technical specifications Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours will burn a gallon of fuel on every 35.6 miles of your trip or 6.60 liters on every 100km. It can be calculated that Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours can cover a mileage of 207 miles with a tank full of fuel based on its fuel efficiency and fuel tank capacity - 22.0 liters.
- Engine displacement of 1352 cc - this refers to the volume described by the movement of a single piston in the cylinder multiplied by the number of the cylinders the engine has. Engines with bigger displacement volume tend to produce more power and usually have bigger fuel consumption. It is usually measured in cc (cubic centimeters) or l (liters) and according to the specifications above Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours has an engine displacement of 1352 cubic centimeters.
- 125 mm or 4.9 inches ground clearance - this is the distance between the ground surface and the lowest part of GTR1400 Concours not counting the tyres of course as they are meant to be in contact with the ground. Usually off-road bikes have higher ground clearance while sport bikes have lower ground clearance.Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours bore and stroke explaination
- Bore and stroke 84x61 - the bore is a measurement of the inside diameter of the cylinder. The stroke represents the distance traveled by the piston from the top of the cylinder to the bottom (or vice versa) in a single stroke. According to the technical specifications of Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours its bore is 84 mm and the stroke is 61 mm. As per the parameters of this Kawasaki engine the measure of the bore is bigger than the stroke which means that GTR1400 Concours has the so called short stroke engine.
- Compression ratio 10.7:1. Imagine an engine's piston is at the bottom of its stroke (step one) and moves up compressing the gas in the cylinder till it reaches its top position of the stroke (step 2). The compression ratio is the ration of the volume in step one over the volume in step two. In other words it represents how tightly the mixture of fuel and air in the combustion chamber is pressed before the ignition. Higher compression ratio means bigger pressure of the fuel/air mix in the combustion chamber and better efficiency achieved of its ignition.
- Shaft final drive: All three variations of the final drive (shaft, belt and chain) are perfectly doing their job and one of them is always preferable depending on the type of motorcycle and it can not really be said which one of them is the best as each one has its advantages on certain occasions. Bikes have been designed with all three variations of the final drive for many years and each of them has performed well for the purpose it's been used. The final drive of Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours is shaft.
motorcycle with shaft final driveShaft drive means minimum maintenance and care and at the same time clean, quiet and smooth way to drive power from the engine to the rear wheel of the motorcycle. All the cares this drive needs is draining and changing its oil on certain mileage. On the other had they are the most expensive among the three options and add weight to the motorcycle. Also it is a fact that some minor power is lost because of the moving gears implemented in their design.
- Liquid cooling system: motorcycle engines can be air cooled or liquid cooled and they both have their advantages. Although the liquid cooled motorcycle has a radiator and hoses and require more maintenance it provides better regulated temperature to the engine.Turn signals of Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours
- Replacing Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours turn signals is an easy job and commonly considered a do it yourself project. Generally the motorcycle turn signals wires are color coded and disconnecting them is not a problem. If they are connected by box connection then just the male and female ends need to be clipped off. After making sure that the new Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours turn signals sit in the housing properly you may proceed with connecting the wires.UV and dust protection cover for Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours
The dimensions of the Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours are important when choosing a motorcycle cover. Some aftermarket accessories can change the overall dimensions of the bike. A larger cover will be needed if the motorcycle has an additional backrest, sissy bar or panniers fitted.

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