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Waiting for it in the USA...

 
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I like the color schemes. Better than the plain black.
Wonder which one will come to the US.
 

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I just saw the specs on the performance tourer with pannier system and Akrapovic Carbon Exhaust (Akrapovic slip-on exhaust )
OMG super nice!!!
 

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I like the color schemes. Better than the plain black.
Wonder which one will come to the US.
I saw that Kawasaki has a reveal on Oct 5 for a few new bikes!!!!
 
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I like the color schemes. Better than the plain black.
Wonder which one will come to the US.
Well, Kawi pretty much never runs the same color scheme two years in a row, so all black is unlikely. My guess would be the Red/Black combo. They did the green/black for 2020, and all black for 2021, so red/black for 2022 seems sensible.
 

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A strong negative for me with Kawasaki is their love of Black bikes.
Could they be tarred with Henry Ford 1st's practices; that all models be available only in black?
His real reason was that Black enamel was the fasting drying, and therefore the cheapest energy usage at the paint baking ovens.

Rob.
 

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So now they announced the 2022 for USA, but picture in red only...
 

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Perhaps a wrap!
 
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doesn't look too bad. Probably need to purchase a few large patches.
 

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The film is easy to get, and it's really easy to work with. If its clear.

I would want way more skills if I were doing an entire bike, with no green peaking through, or creases.

On a new bike it would also be paint protection. If you paid 750.00, it's probably worth it. Its nit paint, or permanent, so you avoid the value loss when someone assumes you re painted after a crash.
 

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Perhaps a wrap!
I was thinking that same thing.
doesn't look too bad. Probably need to purchase a few large patches.
Yea, I thought about doing a wrap, but I want to keep the two-tone color scheme. (like this picture here, but in red instead of green). And getting the wrap to work correctly within the fairing just seems like more trouble than it's worth. Though in either case the fairing would have to be completely broken down, so who knows.
 
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