While Kawasaki discontinued their 1990s Zephyr 1100, the bike remains popular among those with an affinity for large-displacement nakeds and it even got a 2010 makeover from the Japanese tuner Moriwaki. The bike looks gorgeous with the dark blue/yellow color scheme, but this is one of those cases when the “more than meets the eye” part is what really makes all the difference.

This thing is powered by a big bore 1258cc inline-four engine breathing out through a hand made exhaust system and developing a decent 110bhp. While bringing in a new clutch and suspension, Moriwaki also fitted their latest idea for a Kawi Zephyr with a computer designed, aluminum alloy swingarm in order to stiffen up the rear end as well as make possible the use of a 180 section rear wheel and tire.

Is it just us or this is the best looking Kawasaki Zephyr around?

Kawasaki Zephyr 1100 by Moriwaki Exterior
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Kawasaki Zephyr 1100 by Moriwaki

Source: MCN

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Rod  (825) posted on 03.2.2010

The way Moriwaki custom this Kawasaki1100 is sweet.

Rod  (815) posted on 02.25.2010

Moriwaki produced a well-known, customised Zephyr 1100 in 1999 known as the Monster. While a computer designed, aluminium alloy arm gives maximum stiffness and works with a 180 section rear wheel and tyre, relocating the rear calliper mount.

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