Superbike Bike

Superbike GBMoto Racing - Kawasaki ZX-10R

Since its launch in 2010, the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R has gone on to dominate Superbike racing around the world. Having taken both World and British Superbike titles in recent years, the bike has a formidable reputation. At the hands of Gary Johnson, it will be capable of running at the front of the International Road Races throughout 2015.

Gary has ridden ZX-10R since 2012 under JRC racing banner achieving 2nd place at Ulster Grand Prix in 2012.

Specification 2015

Element Details
Bike / Model Kawasaki ZX10R
Frame Kawasaki Standard
Sub-frame Kawasaki wasted with quick release and Carbon Undertray
Fairing Frame Carbon, includes Air Intake & Clock Mount
Fuel tank Bespoke Aluminium Race Tank
Exhaust Akrapovic Titanium 2014 Factory SBK System
Dash Motec SDL3 with Full Dash Surround
Potentionmeters Fork, Shock, Front & Rear Wheel Speed, Brake Pressure
Electronic Lean Angle Sensor, GPS, Quickshifter
Bodywork CRC Lightweight Body Kits
Element Details
Engine JT Engine Developments Stage 5 Tune, Motorex Oil
ECU Motec M170, with 2014 BSB Kawasaki Map
Gearbox / Clutch Factory & Nova / Kawasaki modified
Final Drive Tsubaki Chain / Renthal Sprockets
Intake NWR Filter, Bespoke Bellmouth System
Radiator Bespoke Bora SBK with Oil Cooler
Protection GB Racing (UK)
Element Details
Yokes Promach Aluminium, offset adjustment & quick release
Swing Arm Aluminium FTR with MSS Axle system
Wheels OZ 17" WSBK 6RS
Shock Ohlins Factory RSP40, Quick Release system
Forks Ohlins FGR300 Fork with GP Valve upgrade
S / Damper Ohlins
Brake Callipers Brembo Nickel 30/34 Monobloc, Hel Lines
Brakes Brembo RCS19 M/Cylinder, remote adjustment, 320mm Discs

Regulations International

Machines must comply with general technical rules as per 2015 FIM Regulations.

  1. Any four-stroke twin cylinder motorcycle originally sold for road use with a water cooled engine of up to 650cc may be used provided it adheres to the following regulations.
  2. A manufacturers model once homologated by the FIM may be used for racing for a maximum period of eight (8) years, or until such time that the homologated motorcycle no longer complies with the Technical rules.
  3. The following engine configurations comprise the Superbike class.
    • Over 750cc up to 1000cc - 4 cylinders, 4 stroke
    • Over 750cc up to 1000cc - 3 cylinders, 4 stroke
    • Over 850cc up to 1200cc - 2 cylinders, 4 stroke
  4. Any tread pattern must be made exclusively by the manufacturer when producing the tyre. Additional tread grooves, cuts etc are allowed provided that they are made by a tyre manufacturer or by a person duly authorised by a tyre manufacturer. Such modified tyres must bear the distinguishing mark or stamp of the manufacturer. This stamp must be placed near to the manufacturer’s mark.
  5. Unleaded fuel as specified in ACU Standing Regulations (2015).
  6. Numbers shall be black in colour on a white background.

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