Kawasaki Gpz 1100 by WrenchMonkees
The Gpz 1100 was one of Kawasaki’s first sport-touring motorcycles, but there’s little left of this particular unit after ending up in the hands of custom motorcycle builder WrenchMonkees. Turned into a naked powered by now a 125 hp Gpz engine upgraded with an 1170cc Wiseco piston kit and featuring more tweaks than you would imagine, this might very well reflect how things get done in Denmark.
With sports wheels and suspensions, this roadster should know how to bring riders the most benefits from that powerful Japanese inline-four engine, so in the end it is all a matter of style, which is quite unique, especially if we look at the backend. This is contoured by the WM rearframe and characterized by a flat seat and custom back fender as well as by the LED taillight. Up front, there’s also a WM fender, while the fork wraps make it look like one of those Mad Max bikes. In between, there’s a stylish Zephyr fuel tank and a very enthusiastic rider. Please read the specs after the break.
Kawasaki Gpz 1100
Kawasaki Gpz engine, 1170 ccm Wiseco piston kit. Z 1000 J carburators, K&N filters. Aprox 125 HP.
41 mm up-sidedown front fork. Aluminum swingarm
3.50 x 17 front - 5.50 x 17 rear.
Off-set front sprocket - 530 chain conversion.
ABM steelbraided brakehoses. LSL clip-on´s. Tommaselli throttle grip.
WM rearframe. WM seat. WM rear fender. WM front fender. WM wirering harness.
WM LED rearlight.