European Custom MotorcyclesThe Kawasaki Z1000 was introduced on the market back in 1977. And now, the German customizer Warm Up now launches the WARM UP Edition EST. 1977, based on the current Kawasaki Z 1000.
It is designed to be a tribute to the birth of the first 1000 cc superbike. The streetfighter fascinates with its spectacular 240 rear tire, its extraordinary WARM UP Z1000 EST. 1977 decal kit and many exclusive details such as the Akrapovic sports exhaust, the LED micro direction indicators integrated into the rear seat/tail unit and the stainless steel made WARM UP license-plate bracket. WARM UP offers the Z1000 Edition EST. 1977 bike for a retail price of 14,999 Euros. Of course all components are also available on a single base.While the 138 hp four cylinder engine remains standard with exception of the Akrapovic sport exhaust system, the modifications, which turn the standard motorcycle into the Warm Up Edition EST. 1977, are equally extensive and exclusive. The ultra-wide Metzeler 240/40 R 18 rear tire, which perfectly uses the room inside the standard swingarm mounted on a 8.25-inch wide rim, attracts the attention at first sight. Matching the rear wheel the standard front rim is also refined in a combination of a polished well and a black center-piece. The suspension remains standard but can be upgraded with high precision bearings for an additional price. This modification makes the handling of the Z1000 even more agile and exact.Another eyecatcher is the new Warm Up EST. 1977 decal kit. The tailor-made white, green and black elements make the striking design of the current Z1000 even more outrageous. This kit is also available on a single base for a retail price of 199 Euros. In addition there is available the Warm Up wheel decal kit which is offered for 21 Euros.The pure-bred streetfighter is of course also shod with a wide and flat handlebar. The Z1000 of the Warm Up Edition EST. 1977 is additionally furnished with aluminium-made handlebar stash caps, adjustable levers, low-mounted rear-view mirrors and ABM S-Grip grips.Further exclusive features are the aluminium brake fluid reservoir for the rear brake, the detachable passenger seat cover, crash-pads and the Warm Up license-plate bracket made from stainless steel which includes a LED license-plate light. This filigrane part replaces the bulky rear end of the standard Z1000.Warm Up: Daimlerstrasse 2, D-73431 Aalen, Germany, Tel. +49 / (0) 73 61 /
4 63 77, Telefax +49 / (0) 73 61 / 46 81 24, warm-up.net,