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Hi, I started a motorcycle wiki about 3 months ago, and I've put alot of work into trying to list every Japanese(big 4) made bike. I'm finally to the point to where I think I need constructive criticism to move forward.

Basically my mission is to catalogue every Japanese motorcycle ever made. Then to be able to add a repository for How tos and Repair Guides.

I recently saw this review of my site at http://www.motorcycleguide.net/featured/featured.shtml


If you are an enthusiast of Japanese bikes, CycleChaos is a website you can't miss out on. "We are a fast growing community of Motorcycle enthusiasts who are passionate about spreading information, ideas, and more. We are extremely interested in publishing the specs for all motorcycles made by the Big 4 Japanese brands in a useful and easy to reference form."

Don't let the name fool you - there's no chaos here. The CycleChaos Wiki is well organized and easy to navigate. For example, is it Honda you're interested in? Find an alphabetical list of articles, read, enjoy and if you see something wrong - edit!

"Anyone with an account may edit the Wiki. As you feel more comfortable with the site, please feel free to make any changes or additions that you feel necessary."

Check out CycleChaos!
Here's the link to my wiki, tell me what you think and if you have anything to contribute please do!


http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/
 

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good job!!

thanks for sharing
 

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Nice I'll use it alot!!!!
 

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Thanks guys,

If you have any suggestions let me know right now I'm trying to figure out what is the best format to display bike specs in.
 

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Originally posted by budlight
mr.q those models aren't exported to the US, so I don't known much about them, anyway I've put them up on the non-US models page (I really need to figure out a better way to organized which are exported where) at http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Kawasaki_Models(Non-US)

Also
http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Kawasaki_ZX400-H
http://www.cyclechaos.com/wiki/Kawasaki_ZXR400_(L_Model)

I guess the ZXR250 is the ZX250-C?
I don't know a lot about the 250. If only seen them in Greece so far. I believe they're sold second handed in the UK and Australia.

ZXR250


ZXR250


The ZXR400 L-model I do know a lot more. (I own one [:M117]) There are two versions (H and L) From 1991 the L1, to L5 and the '99 L9. I own a L4 from 1994. The H model is a bit different (89-91?) They look more like the 250 model.

ZXR400-L (mine)



Oh boy, there's so much to tell. Differences between L models, differences between countries. The 'the tail wing' for example. Things that aren't in the manuals etc etc. It's small, it lightweight, and it's a fucking super bike to ride. I just can't sell it. [|)]

There's more on:
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_(motorfiets) (dutch)
http://www.400cc.nl/ (dutch)
http://www.zxr400.de/ (german)
http://www.bikepics.com/kawasaki/zxr400/
http://www.bikepics.com/kawasaki/zxr250/89/pics.asp
http://www.bikepics.com/kawasaki/zxr250/90/pics.asp

but most of it you'll already know.
 
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