Kawasaki W800 is an excellent solution for those who want to ride a motorcycle perfect classic looks and not think about the reliability of a true standard motorcycle. Simple classic lines W800 make it an ideal platform for a variety of processing.
Displacement 773cc, air-cooled, two-cylinder, four-stroke, one camshaft and four valves per cylinder. Power 48 hp at 6500 rmp and maximum torque of 60 Nm at 2500 RMP. Electronic ignition with the throttle bodies. Transmission 5-speed with a clutch of multi-disc in oil bath.
Frame is tubular steel, front suspension telescopic fork tubes with diameters of 39mm and walk of 130mm and rear suspension fork with two dampers, 106mm walk. Front tires 100/90-19 and rear 130/80-18 tires. Front brake with 300mm disc and caliper with two pistons and the rear brake drum diameter 160mm. Weight 217 kg fuel tank capacity 14 liters.
From every corner W800 fits the image that we have of classic motorcycles from 50 years ago. Motorcycle does not exploit all the benefits of modern technology nor aspires to sports results. We’re talking about a motorcycle that will enhance the lives of those who use less hectic lifestyle.
Protection from wind noticeably absent, with the top lame brings carefully designed details like tank with rubber cushions and some nice emblem. Chrome exhaust system perfectly made and is almost completely suppressed the engine. Drum brake is chrome plated and the 60′s style. The seat is comfortable and made with wavy trim. Instrument panel boasts nice graphics and tiny LCD is able to absent due to the overall impression of the motorcycle. Control switches are as big and fully consistent with the classical phenomenon.
For those bikers who want to enjoy the outdoors and run without problem could be to decide for the bike though, and the city will not remain unnoticed. Perhaps most important of all the Kawasaki W800 in addition to all the above offers quality and good driveability. With retro thoughtful design quality finish should be noted that the bead colors deep “drowned” under the paint where it is evident that a lot of effort has been invested in the bike.