The Kawasaki Z800 was a four-cylinder standard motorcycle made by Kawasaki from 2013 through 2016, and was replaced by the Z900 for 2017.
The motorcycle’s centerpiece is an 806 cm3 liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, in-line four engine that offers increased performance at all RPM. The engine is paired with a six-speed transmission and delivers a maximum output of 113 PS at 10,200 rpm and 83.0 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm.
The ride quality is kept in check by a 41 mm inverted fork and a Piggyback-reservoir-equipped rear shock. As far as breaks are concerned, you get front semi-floating 310 mm petal discs and a rear single 250 mm petal disc.
The Kawasaki Z800 was added in the Munich Update as a low Class D motorcycle with the following rank statistics:
- Starting rank: 774
- MAX rank: 1029
- MAX+PRO rank: 1183
- Tuning Kit bonus: +51
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 409
- Upgrade rank percentages:
- Nitro Efficiency: 6/11/16
Being a motorcycle, the Kawasaki has great acceleration, handling and drifting (compared to Asphalt 8 vehicles in general. If compared to other motorcycles, it does not excel at anything in particular), but a low top speed and average nitro efficiency.
The Kawasaki Z800 requires 4 Common-rarity blueprints to be assembled, making it the vehicle needing the fewest number of blueprints required (regardless of rarity) in the game. It costs 364,120 or 2,870 to MAX and 86.550 to PRO.
As a result, players may choose to obtain the ride entirely by opening boxes instead of clearing its Championship, even more so as even if the player has obtained all 4 blueprints to assemble the motorcycle, the player is still allowed to participate in the championship.
The Z800 was part of the 22nd and 29th Multiplayer Seasons, Earth Season 2 and Nightshade Season 3 respectively as an Amateur League reward with the bike awarded in its Blueprint form.
- Main article: Championship/Kawasaki Z800
The Kawasaki Z800's Championship was released as the 8th Championship event after the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV's revived EDD and as part of the Munich Update on October 24, 2017 (November 2, 2017 on Windows, along with the McLaren 650S GT3's R&D). Players are given 7 days to complete the event.