It's really more of a modern art sculpture than a motorcycle. They just used the motorcycle as an artistic medium. It has no engine, it probably has to be plugged into an external power source to even play music.
It might piss off all the true motorcyclists that they did that to a perfectly good ZX-10. But if you look at it as a motorcycle-shaped entertainment center I don't see how that is NOT cool?
Take out the useless ghetto rice little DVD screens and the gay ass iPods mounted on the handlebars...get two of them...and use them as entertainment system speakers in a game room. THAT would be bad ass...an entertainment system speaker setup that looks like a pair of ZX-10R's...then take the two 10R motors and sync them together to drive a Nobel kit car. A twin-4 8 cylander with independently driven rear wheels making 320 WHP, two of those babies screaming at 13k... man... But I'm not that rich, so I'd rather just have a working 10R.
A forum community dedicated to all Kawasaki motorcycles including the ZX-6R, KLR 650, Ninja 250, Ninja 250R, and Vulcan. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more!