In the garage next to the previously posted Future Classic is this retired heavyweight world champ. For 1988-90 the fastest production motorcycle capable of 165 mph, the ZX-10 was the Kawasaki flagship between the 1984-2006 GPZ-900R "Top Gun" and the 1990-1995 ZX-11. Updates from the GPZ-900R include semi-downdraft carburetors and 11:1 compression. 137 hp and 541 lbs call for wide open spaces, but the triple discs helped record a quick 60-0 stop for Cycle World in 1988 of 107 ft. Full fairing in black and red protects the rider and wraps the egg-shaped "e-box" aluminum frame. Castings at the head and swing-arm mount are welded to the extrusions.
The seller notes that :
Hard to find in nice shape, this one has moderate miles and light patina indicating a small number of owners. The seat will need a new cover, and a small dent in the left side of the tank could be massaged out. Tires aren't described but might want to be refreshed if you intend to try for the 1/4 mile in the 10 second range that the ZX-10 can do.