12th January 2014 at 8:10 pm #5462
Hi Lonesome Twins,
I have done a refresh of the Kawasaki Z750Twin model identification site.
Not fully finished, but most of it and still working on the rest 🙂
Just have a look at
Use the link with the round green logo on left hand side of this website to see the full page in english language 😉
This provided link should give you direct access to this new designed page in english language:
Have fun and give me some feedback, please.
Cheers, Michael12th January 2014 at 8:16 pm #10462
Just tested the provided links.
They are not working in that way I would like them to work.
Navigating to the http://www.z750twin.de website, just select the black button on left hand side (of that website) and click on “Twin Modelle”.
Sorry for this inconvinience!
Michael2nd February 2014 at 11:37 am #10463
Hi Lonesome Twins,
model recognition page is “finished”, as far as an ongoing project can be finished 😉
ThanX to Marko!
His pictures of the LTD S1 and the “Typenschein” (type desciption) are included now:
ThanX to Tango!
Another picture of his B1 with cast wheels is included:
The B3/B4 section now got the “Typenschein” for a B3 included as well:
Michael2nd February 2014 at 12:08 pm #10458KaptainkwakKeymaster
That is fantastic Michael. Thank you for including some of the UK examples and for sharing the link.
Have I seen this bike before? No I have not in the flesh but hopefully I will if Marko manages to make it to the 2nd International bike meet in June.
I may also have some literature that could be of help to improve your data base even more. I will try and dig it out for you.2nd February 2014 at 1:31 pm #10460TangoParticipant
He He Cheers for the Mention Michael :pint:
I’m quite proud to have my Bike on your site as well 😉19th March 2014 at 8:07 pm #10464MarkoParticipant
I haven’t seen this post before, and I have to say that I am also a bit proud that my little bike made it on the site! In the past year, other than riding the bike of course, it is really interesting for me to discover all the different variations of the Z750 Twins and thanks to your site, I am getting quite good in recognizing models.
And to answer your question: I have seen that particular bike not so long ago 🙂
Marko19th March 2014 at 10:55 pm #10459KaptainkwakKeymaster
You should be proud Marko. You have the only living S1 model we know about. Time for you to share what you have seen with us20th March 2014 at 6:06 am #10461TangoParticipant
Ha Ha, Marko
I have just realized I am trying to make my B1 look like your bike! 🙂
I’ve got flatter handle bars, Mag Wheels & a similar rear mud guard and tail light!20th March 2014 at 10:25 am #10465MarkoParticipant
Good idea Tango, it seems that you will soon have a really good looking bike 🙂
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