Sport Rider Photos
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Both bikes' front ends are similar to their literbike counterparts, with 43mm Kayaba inverted forks and radial-mount, four-pot calipers. Beefier (and in the Hayabusa's case, more stylized) wheels deal with the big bikes' weight. The Kawasaki's (left) four-pad Nissin calipers (the ZX-10R uses Tokico units) and petal rotors are crisper and give better feedback than the Suzuki's (right) two-pad calipers.
Comparison Test Kawasaki And Suzuki Front Ends