Yamaha XV1000 Virago - Tamiya 14044

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Yamaha XV1000 Virago - Tamiya 14044

The Yamaha XV1000 is a Japanese cruiser motorcycle first introduced to the public in the early 1980s. The bike belonged to the Yamaha Virago series. The XV1000 model was designed and built for production in order to expand Yamaha's commercial offer, as well as to conquer as much as possible a segment of the cruiser motorcycle market, especially in the United States. In this market, Harley-Davidson motorcycles competed directly with the XV1000. The Yamaha XV1000 was therefore somewhat based on the sales targets of the XS650 Special, which was launched in 1978. The XV1000 was powered by a 981cc 2-cylinder engine with 70bhp. It ensured high ride comfort, adhered well to the road, but in the first models there were engine starting problems, which were eliminated during production.
 Tamiya 14084 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R

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Tamiya 14084 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R (another name: ZX-1200 A1) is a Japanese sports motorcycle first presented to the public in 2000. At the same time, its series production began, which lasted until 2006 and focused in the factories in the city of Kobe, Japan. The engine belongs to the Kawasaki Ninja family of motorcycles. The ZX-12R model was developed and put into production with the aim of strengthening Kawasaki's position in the sports motorcycle segment, as well as creating the world's fastest production vehicle in this segment. The Ninja ZX-12R is powered by a powerful 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with up to 179 hp with limiters engaged and a displacement of 1199 cc. The motorcycle was also developed with the best aerodynamic properties in mind. We also tried to keep the weight of the motorcycle as low as possible, which was not entirely successful because the ready-to-ride Kawasaki Ninja ZX-12R, however, weighs almost 250 kilograms. Despite this, in the period 2000-2006 it was the fastest production sports bike in the world, capable of exceeding the magical 300 km/h. Subsequently, however, limiters were introduced which reduced the speed to "only" 299 km/h. The company's offering was replaced by the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14.
Scot Racing Team Honda RS250RW '2008 WGP250' - Hasegawa 21748

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Scot Racing Team Honda RS250RW '2008 WGP250' - Hasegawa 21748

The Honda RS250RW (another designation: Honda NSR250) is a Japanese racing motorcycle produced by a subsidiary of the Honda company - Honda Racing Corporation. The RS250RW model was first presented to the public in 1985, and its production began at the same time and continued until 2009. The RS250RW model was developed and put into production as a kind of development and modernization of Honda motorcycles - the RS250R and, to a much lesser extent, the NS500. The new bike was powered by a 250cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine. It was also more technologically advanced than the RS250R, also a racing bike, but offered to private riders and teams competing in GP races. The RS250RW model was characterized by excellent performance, great maneuverability and good grip. Beyond any doubt, the Honda RS250RW proved to be a very successful motorcycle, probably the best in its class at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries! The riders who took part won the World Champion title 11 times in the period 1985-2009, among them: Freddie Spencer, Max Biaggi and Dani Pedrosa. The motorcycle, in the NSR250R version, has also been approved for regular road circulation.
Fujimi 141435 Suzuki RGV-G XR74 Pepsi No.34 Scala 1/12

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Fujimi 141435 Suzuki RGV-G XR74 Pepsi No.34 Scala 1/12

Fujimi 141435 Suzuki RGV-G XR74 Pepsi No.34 Scale 1/12. Plastic kit to assemble, does not contain glue or colours. The Suzuki RGV500 is a Japanese racing motorcycle first presented to the public in 1986. Its series production began in the same year and lasted until 2001. The RGV500 model was developed and put into production to replace the RG 500 Range. Compared to its predecessor it still had a 500 cm3 4-cylinder engine, but it was a much more modern and less reliable unit, also characterized by slightly better working dynamics. It also improved its aerodynamic properties and tried to reduce all air resistance. However, the Suzuki RGV500 was slower than its main opponents, especially the Honda models. However, thanks to good traction and handling, driver Kelvin Schwantz won the 1993 World Champion title, just like Kenny Roberts Junior seven years later.
TAMIYA KAWASAKI NINJA ZX-RR – 14109 SCALA 1:12

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TAMIYA KAWASAKI NINJA ZX-RR – 14109 SCALA 1:12

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR is a Japanese racing motorcycle first presented to the public in 2002. The engine belongs to the Kawasaki Ninja family of motorcycles. The ZX-RR model was designed and built for MotoGP races (formerly the 500 class). Propulsion was initially a 990 cc engine, later replaced by a 794 cc unit. Both units were 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, the first of which generated an impressive 240 hp. The bike also uses all kinds of lightweight materials and metals on a large scale, including composite materials, which allowed the dry weight of the bike to be reduced to just 145 kilograms. This powerful car also received adequate, very effective and powerful brakes from Brembo. Considering all this, it is not surprising that the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR was able to accelerate up to 320 km/h, and the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h - not officially announced by the manufacturer - probably fluctuated around 2, 5 seconds!