Suspension and braking enhancements lead the charge for the new 2022 Kawasaki Z900 SE. Based on the Z900 ABS, the SE adds prestigious brand names such as Öhlins and Brembo to the mix. Let’s go over what makes the SE tick.
1. The 2022 Z90 SE has an Öhlins S46 shock. It’s a fully adjustable unit, with a remote spring-preload adjuster. As with the standard Z900, the shock sits in a nearly horizontal position.
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