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Check out the Complete Features of this Mini Harley,Kawasaki Eliminator

Kawasaki Eliminator, Check out the Complete Features of this Mini Harley. Kawasaki, a Japanese motorcycle manufacturer, has production facilities in Thailand, so it's no surprise that Thailand is the first country to see Kawasaki's new small-displacement Cruiser motorcycle.

The small-displacement Cruiser is a new addition to Kawasaki's lineup, but not entirely new.

The Eliminator is the same name that was sold in Indonesia in the 1990s, but has now been modernized and is powered by a new engine.

Kawasaki calls it the Kawasaki Eliminator Reborn, which is here to compete with the Honda Rebel.

For automotive lovers, the Kawasaki Ninja 250 may already be very well known. However, did you know that the Ninja 250 has a sibling that has identical specifications but has a cruiser body? That's the Kawasaki Eliminator 250.

Many don't think that the Cruiser motorbike is as cool as the Kawasaki Eliminator 250 which has been paved since 1988.

This motorbike was nicknamed the "Mini Harley" and at that time was released by Kawasaki to compete with its rivals such as the Honda CMX250 Rebel, Yamaha XV250 Virago and Suzuki GZ250.

Unfortunately, this Cruiser motorbike had to be discontinued in 1997 and replaced with its successor, the Kawasaki Vulcan VN 250, the following year.

However, after several years, coinciding with the motorcycle exhibition in Osaka, Kawasaki released the All New Kawasaki Eliminator on March 17 with two models: the Eliminator and the Eliminator Special Edition. 
Both of these models are equipped with a 398 cc 2-cylinder engine inherited from the Ninja 400. In shape, you could say they have some details similar to the Kawasaki Vulcan 650.

But what is certain, this motorbike has a lower displacement or engine cubication. The difference from this Cruiser compared to the Vulcan may be more to the placement of a more sporty footbag position, because it is positioned under the driver's seat.

Like his great-grandfather, the Kawasaki Eliminator inherited the Ninja 400 and Z400 engines with a capacity of 398 cc. This motor also has a 70x51.8 mm bore and stroke, producing 48 horsepower at 10,000 RPM.

In addition, the Kawasaki Eliminator is also equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox and Kawasaki also made a special frame for the Eliminator made of steel tube trellises.

Green team engineers said the chassis was built for rigidity and stability and shaved a few pounds off the model's total weight.

For the front suspension, this bike uses a non-adjustable telescopic fork. On the other hand, the rear carries twin adjustable shock absorbers.

Another interesting feature of the Kawasaki Eliminator 400 is the connection with the Kawasaki radiology application via Bluetooth.

This allows the rider to access a wide range of information about the bike, including information on fuel, pedometer and maintenance schedule.

Overall, the Kawasaki Eliminator 400 looks attractive with a sporty design and a fairly powerful engine.

The existing features are also quite modern and complete, including a Bluetooth connection with the Kawasaki radiology application. The price offered is also quite competitive with its competitors in the small cruiser market.

However, it could be that the small cruiser market is not that big in Indonesia, so that Kawasaki has to work hard to promote the Eliminator so that it can compete with the Honda Rebel which is already well known to the public.
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