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2014 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 Stylish Bodywork

• Supersport-style full-fairing bodywork gives the Ninja 1000 a distinctive, head-turning look, and also offers plenty of wind and weather protection for short-tour ability
• The fairing’s slat-style leading edges direct wind around the bike, allowing the fairing to be narrower at the middle
• The fairing flares at the rear, keeping hot engine air off the rider’s legs
• Front turn signals are integrated into the fairing and are attached to the inside of the fairing with rubber mounts that minimize damage if the bike falls over
• Front fender design contributes to excellent aerodynamics and racy looks
• Slim and compact tail cowl moves mass physically and visually toward the front of the bike
• LED taillight features red bulbs and a red transparent lens
• Slim rear fender gives the bike a light-looking rear end
• Windscreen is manually adjustable for optimum wind/weather protection
• Windscreen has three available positions spanning approximately 20 degrees and ranging from sporty to maximum wind protection. Adjustment can be done by hand (no tools required) by depressing the release button below the instrument panel. Windscreen adjustment should always be done with the bike stopped
 

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The split headlight is pretty cool looking. Any idea of the bulbs are LED or Xenon? It says that the Ninja 1000's taillights are LED, does that indicate that the headlights are as well?
 

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I think that it is a combination of LED and xenon, but don't quote me or anything. If they aren't LED you can always switch them to be. :)
 

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My wish for the Ninja headlights is that both bulbs would be on with the low beams setting.
Agree 100%. Yesterday was the second time I had soemone pull near me to say one of my lights was out....

Hey, then again, maybe the one out idea is working if they actually noticed?
 

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High beams are best option for daytime.

I still debate about high beams at night. I want to be seen but not blind others who might wind up running into me.

Would police stop a bike with high beams on at night? Are motorcycle high beams less obstructive because our headlights aren't set so far apart like autos?
 

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Tony, I dont think they'd stop you..then again, do they really need an excuse? I swear I've bene pulled over on the Ninja just so they could look a tit.
 
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