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Doremi Collection from Japan is known for its retro conversions.

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For 2020 they turned a Kawasaki Z 900 RS into a GPZ 900 R..


Here the basic bike.

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The conversion should have been presented at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show at the end of March 2020.

But it was canceled due to Corona.

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The conversion parts were made of GRP.

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The rear-view mirrors are originally from the GPZ 900 R parts rack.

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So did the headlight.

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The handlebars and fittings were taken over from the basic motorcycle unchanged.

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The front fender also comes from the basic bike.

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The heart of the renovation is a newly formed 14 liter sheet steel tank.

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A new tank cover in GPZ style is slipped over this.

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The rear fairing was also modeled on the GPZ 900 R..

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The rear light, in turn, is an original Kawasaki part.

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Technically, the Z 900 RS remained untouched.

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In contrast to the original, the Nininja has a 4-in-1 exhaust from K-Factory.

Doremi Collection Kawasaki Nininja

The GPZ 900 R makes a comeback

Doremi Collection from Japan is known for its countless retro conversions. Now the guys are bringing back the legendary Kawasaki GPZ 900 R – based on the current Z 900 RS.

The Tokyo Motorcycle Show at the end of March is actually the annual show highlight for the Japanese conversion specialist Doremi Collection. The new designs for the new year can be presented here in large format. In 2020 the trade fair was canceled in the wake of the corona pandemic, but Doremi Collection had already set up its show bike – the Kawasaki nininja. Like many other current Doremi Collection designs, it is based on the Kawasaki Z 900 RS.

GPZ look made of GRP

The central element of this and other modifications is a newly designed sheet steel tank, which has a volume of 14 liters and, thanks to its smaller design, leaves plenty of space for visual changes.

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In the case of the Nininja, a new tank hood made of GRP in the style of the GPZ 900 R is placed over it. On the rear frame, the Japanese put a GPZ rear section, also made of GRP, which, however, was designed directly as a one-man seat, even if a foam rubber plate on the hump together with the passenger pegs suggests suitability for two men. The GPZ 900 R-Look is completed by a frame-fixed half-shell based on the original part.


The historical model.

The main headlights, the taillights and the fairing mirrors come directly from the Kawasaki GPZ 900 R shelf. On the exhaust side, the Nininja deviates from the legendary model. Instead of two mufflers, a 4-in-1 exhaust system from K-Factory is installed here – quite contemporary. The design was seasoned with various other components such as new pegs or crash pads. Technically, the Kawasaki Z 900 RS remains unchanged.


The starting point

So far, only the tank of the complete conversion package can be purchased. It costs the equivalent of around 425 euros, but will still be available until the end of July 2020 at the special price of around 335 euros. If there is a corresponding customer interest, the cladding parts should be pushed in in small series.

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