There’s no denying that Kawasaki Indonesia has been strongly promoting their upcoming 250cc sports bike, the 2020 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R. After countless of videos on YouTube, the last three clips showcased some very enticing performance upgrades for the 250cc four-cylinder sports bike.
In Stage 1, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R is further enhanced into ‘Race Mode’ with some addition parts from Sniper. Their products include race footpads, clip-on handlebars, adjustable brake and clutch levers as well as lever guard. These upgrades offer greater body positioning when riding on the track.
Going into Stage 2, things get a bit ‘spicy’. A set of Yoshimura full system race exhaust kicks up the power (but we weren’t told by how much). What we can tell you is that it’s made specifically for the new Kawasaki 250cc four-cylinder sports bike and it’s from the Yoshimura Hepta Force series. That’ll take the bike’s audio output right up to 11.
As for the third and final stage, things enter the ‘twilight’ zone as the bike is kitted with some ultra-delicious carbon fibre body parts, courtesy of A-Tech Japan. The Black Diamond carbon fibre kit consists of a full cowling, tail cowl, tank pad, and more. They offer lighter overall weight compared to the stock fairings, and that results in better power-to-weight ratio. Yummy.
Looking at all the upgrades, the Ninja ZX-25R certainly resembles the race bike version which will be used in a one-make race in Japan in 2021. It was reported earlier that this version won’t go up for sale, but we’re probably guessing that Kawasaki Indonesia is working their butts off to make sure that these parts are made available once the bike goes up for sale.