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2014 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 Key Features

• UPGRADED 1,043cc inline-four with DFI® offers even more power and torque for effortless passing and backroads entertainment
• NEW KTRC Traction Control system features three different modes for maximum performance and enhanced rider confidence in varying conditions
• NEW Selectable Power Modes offer a choice between full power and approximately 50 percent power output to help suit changing conditions
• NEW One-piece “monobloc” radial-mount front brake calipers offer superb braking power and control, along with a premium laser-etched Kawasaki logo and black alumite finish
• NEW Taller 6th gear provides a more relaxed ride when covering highway miles
• NEW Analog + Digital instrument cluster includes a large tachometer and a digital display with a wealth of information current bike conditions and settings
• NEW Remote rear spring preload adjuster allows quick tuning for passenger and luggage weight
• NEW Subframe with built-in compatibility for Kawasaki’s new accessory saddlebag mounts
• NEW Optional dealer-installed saddlebags are cleanly integrated with the new subframe and can be removed in seconds and leave a clean, rack-free tail section
• Relaxed, upright riding position contributes to all-day comfort and impressive maneuverability
• Lightweight aluminum frame is narrow and tuned to transmit optimal feedback to the rider
• Fully adjustable inverted fork has settings designed for sporty performance and ride quality
• Design of horizontal back-link rear suspension contributes to mass centralization
• Radial-mounted front brake calipers combine with the radial-pump front brake master cylinder and ABS to offer superb control and feel
• Sleek, supersport styling gives the Ninja® 1000 a distinctive look
• Larger fuel capacity offers substantial range
• Windscreen is adjustable to three positions, allowing for optimum wind and weather protection

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The changing power modes is interesting. I usually think of different driving modes affecting things like suspension not the power of the bike. Changing to half power is quite the change though. I wonder how many people would want to turn on a mode that lets you go half as fast? maybe if you are just going around the city.
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