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Kawasaki Zephyr 750 by Wrench Monkees
27 Aug 2019 Custom
Sponsored by Moto Animals

Wrench Monkees has tweaked the Kawasaki Zephyr 750, giving it enhanced looks, while keeping the standard frame and leaving the engine untouched.

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Also, the front fork and swingarm are standard as well. So you are going to ask yourselves, what was that they changed exactly?

The custom painted components, including the painted engine covers, all the wirings, the megatron muffler are made in house. Also the rear end, the seat, the front fender and the rear light are all designed by Wrench Monkees.

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The handlebars also seem to be customized. The red grips are contrasting the glossy black paint scheme of the bike. According to big-diesel.blogspot.com, the #14 is likely to refer to the series of make as they number each bike they have customized.

In addition to that, creating the visual and physical connection to the road, are the front tires in 120/60-17 and rear tires in 160/60-17. Overall, the modifications brought to the bike are mostly limited to an overall black colour including the engine, a reworked front console with only the speedometer, while the wheels have rims instead of alloys.

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The Zephyr was Kawasaki's retro-inspired 1990s naked superbike. The Zephyr models were available in the 400, 55, 750 and 1100c engine capacities. The 750cc version was powered by a 4 cylinders, 4-stroke, inline engine, developing 72 horsepower (46 lb.ft.) at 9,500rpm and 63 Nm at 7,300rpm, and coupled with a 5-speed gearbox.

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