As we all know, the Kawasaki ZX-10R is notoriously slow, struggling to pull the skin off a rice pudding and only able to win just six of the last seven WSBK championships.
Luckily, this saucy part is here to help: it’s an oversized Ram-Air intake tube, developed and used by Jonathan Rea’s KRT team.
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Made by Dutch air filter firm MWR for the 2021-on ZX-10R, it has double the volume of the original part and gives a welcome power boost at high speeds.
It’ll only fit race fairings, sadly, but if you have a cheeky trackday Ninja, we reckon this is a must-have.
This one in the pics is a factory carbon-fibre unit, but the main production parts will be in fibreglass (though we imagine if you ask nicely, a carbon one could be an option…).
Works with the MWR fairing and dash bracket (AT-465), also shown here.
RRP: £299.99 (AT-460 Ram-Air tube) £209.99 (AT-465 fairing bracket)