New Die-cast 1:18 Scale Model Motorbikes from Wit's

Wit's precision die cast models are outstanding in their detail and construction, quality that is unrivalled in 1:18 scale die cast motorcycles. The detail on these models will please the fussiest Exoto and CMC collectors! 
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WiT's 

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki 750 RS Custom

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Limited to 100 pieces in Australia

 

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$399

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Comes with a Perspex Display Case

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1973 Kawasaki 750 ZII (Z2)A.
Modified Street Version.
Colour : Candy Brown
Modifications : Hayashi Racing wheels, Oil Cooler, Yoshimura exhaust, Twin front discs, Low profile mirrors, Drop style handle bars.

Visually the Z2 is very similar to the Z1 900 with the only difference being the smaller engine. The new 746 cc DOHC engine was built with newly designed pistons and crankshaft parts to give it a feel similar to the Z1's 900 cc engine. At that time, both engines from the Z1 an Z2 were the only DOHC engines available in a Japanese built motorcycle. The engine had a maximum output of 69ps at 9,000 rpm and could propel the Z2 to a maximum speed of 190 km/h. The bike was featured heavily in the anime and manga series Great Teacher Onizuka. 

1973 Kawasaki Z2A 750 (ZIIa).
Modified Street Version.
Colour : Black
Modifications :  Oil Cooler, Yoshimura exhaust, Twin front discs, Low profile mirrors, Drop style handle bars.

WiT's 

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki  Z900

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Limited to 100 pieces in Australia

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The Kawasaki Z1 gave the world its first true superbike. Introduced in late 1972, the Z1 was Kawasaki's first four-cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle. The Z1 became the "King of the Road" and an industry leader; as the first production motorcycle to bring such high performance and prestige to the general public. Cycle Magazine recorded a standing quarter mile time of 12.83 seconds @ 101.7 mph. The sound and styling of these bikes was cutting edge in technology and so evocative. The 900 cc engine is so smooth it sounds and feels like a gas turbine but then you hit 3K on the tacho and the sound and feel turns into a roaring tiger leaping at it's prey. It is a tall and heavy bike to handle at low speeds but was sure and stable at road speeds, The Z1 900 and Z2 750 had strong stiff  frames and forks, so did not suffer from the flexing that earned it's predecessor, the 750 H2, the nick name of "widow maker"...... These characteristics made the Kawasaki Z1 900 the classic sports touring bike it is today. 

These Wits models do it justice, they  are so well detailed you can see the machining on the kick starter. They have working front telescopic forks and rear suspension with real coil over function. Movable front brake hand levers, engine plumbing and cabling similar to the latest from Exoto or CMC.  Wring looms and instruments are also of the highest detail. 

Wits models have set the standard for die-cast model motorbikes, they are made in Japan to exacting standards and the make the ideal gift for men.

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