factory kawi prob aint too pleased
With no actual factory support or parts it's going to make the KAWI look slow compared to any other bikes out there .Not going to help sales much if it can't compete very well .I don't know if it helped or hurt the 636 /600rr of kawi when it was killing in the 750 class ,but sucking at 600 class .I say if someone is kind enough to ride green give them some dan support and F the politics
Updated Post: Hayes To Kawasaki
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After agreeing to a deal with American Suzuki Motor Corporation but before company lawyers finished printing out the final version of the contract, Josh Hayes negotiated a deal with Kawasaki and will ride an Attack-prepared ZX-10RR Superbike in the 2004 AMA Superbike series. Hayes will also compete in the Superstock series on an Attack Kawasaki.
Placing Hayes on the Attack support team allows Kawasaki to skirt AMA rules preventing factory riders from participating in both Superbike and Superstock in 2004, even though Hayes will be directly contracted to and paid by Kawasaki Motors Corp.
Kawasaki has re-structured its rider line-up and will now run Tommy Hayden and Roger Hayden on the factory team and Hayes and Tony Meiring on the Attack Kawasaki support team.
looks like they are already calling it the zx10RR model ,,i figured as much ,that's the version i'll be waiting for to hit the shelves