Kawasaki USA brought smiles to many faces when it announced the price of its latest supercharged Ninja H2 SX and Ninja H2 SX SE. It even made it official that the new Ninja 400 is going to replace the old Ninja 300. While everyone seems to be excited about these two announcements, the owners of Z900 might have a reason to worry. Kawasaki has issued a recall notice for the motorcycle.

According to the reports, the recall has been decided because of a fault in the rear suspension of the Z900. It’s believed that the tie-rod frame mounting holes can become elongated if the rear shock bottoms out. This raises questions about the full and proper functionality of the rear suspension. So, Kawasaki didn’t want to take any chances and hence called up for the recall. A total of 2,383 units of Z900 are affected by this which include 2017 and 2018 models, specifically the ZR900AH, ZR900BH, and ZR900BJ motorcycle designation.

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As per the usual drill, Kawasaki will notify its dealerships about the same and customers of the affected Z900 models will be contacted and notified of the issue. The problem will be resolved by the dealerships without any charge. However, Kawasaki didn’t release a schedule as per when this entire process would begin.