I'm confused on what my bike is....it looks like a ZR-7S, but when I was getting an insurance quote and put my VIN in it said it's a ZR750-H..??? Which is it?
No clue *shrug* I bought the bike this past Saturday, and it was funny when I got it home as I realized "hey..wtf bike is this" and never asked the previous owner during the buying conversation. Sounds bad in hindsight, but I found it off craigslist searching for "kawasaki" and the rest seemed good so I bought it.What happened to your rear cowl stickers ..????
15kHow many miles on it .??
So is ZR-750-H(whatever for year) just a specific identification term that is equivalent to ZR-7S?The Kawasaki naming convention also includes the date. So mine was a ZR-750 H2. The next year would have been at ZR-750 H3. The non "S" models had a different letter code after ZR-750.
AH that makes more sense. Thanks AndreL. That is a confusing and interesting system they do..Josh,
The confusion arises because Kawasaki uses two different model names for their products; 1) a 'consumer' model name and, 2) an 'internal' model designation.
This means that your motorcylce was marketed as the ZR7-S. All publicity and consumer products identified this motorcycle as the ZR7-S. However, in Kawasaki's internal documents, the bike was known as the ZR750-H.
I find this practice of Kawasaki most confusing... To make things worse, the same motorcycle is often sold under different names in different countries.