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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-30-2015, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Kawasaki Z125 Specs



When Kawasaki debuted the Z125 baby-bike we all knew they had taken aim square at Hondas Grom/MSX125. The specs are surprisingly similar as well.

Both use an air-cooled single cylinder, both offer a 4 speed manual (and an automatic in the Z125s case)and they're both even about the same size (the Kawasaki .6 inches taller in the seat)

ENGINE, POWER & TORQUE

Displacement: 125 cc
Maximum Power: 9.4 BHP
Engine Description: Single cylinder, SOHC 2 Valve, Air Cooled engine
Fuel System: Fuel Injection
Bore: 56.0 mm
Stroke: 50.6 mm

TRANSMISSION

Gearbox: 4-speed Automatic transmission or 4-speed Manual

BRAKES

Front Brake: 200mm Disc
Rear Brake: 184mm Disc

SUSPENSION

Front Suspension: Upside Down Forks
Rear Suspension: Mono-shock

WHEELS & TYRES

Front Tyre: 100/90 12
Rear Tyre: 120/70 12
Front Wheel: 12-inch
Rear Wheel: 12-inch

DIMENSIONS, WEIGHT & CAPACITIES

Overall Length: 1700 mm
Overall Width: 740 mm
Overall Height: 1005 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight: 101 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity: 7.4L
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-31-2015, 02:22 PM
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Great power specs, now all we need to see is exactly how it distributes power through a power band chart.
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-02-2015, 09:26 AM
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By automatic, does that mean I won't need to gear shift?



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By automatic, does that mean I won't need to gear shift?
I think so... If it was shiftable DCT they would of said, not sure if its a twist and go tranny like the CVT scoots or if it has actual gears...
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By automatic, does that mean I won't need to gear shift?
No you still need to select a gear but you don't have a clutch. you release the throttle and shift.
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Thanks! I didn't figure it out until recently that there's the full automatic shifter where I don't need to do anything and then there's the one where I don't need to use the clutch lever.

If you don't need to bring in the clutch lever to shift, why is it still on the Z125? Or can you choose between full manual and semi automatic driving mode?



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Thanks! I didn't figure it out until recently that there's the full automatic shifter where I don't need to do anything and then there's the one where I don't need to use the clutch lever.

If you don't need to bring in the clutch lever to shift, why is it still on the Z125? Or can you choose between full manual and semi automatic driving mode?
See photo. Z125 semi-auto doesn't have a clutch lever.

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