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This is a photo of a 12-cylinder two-stroke diesel ship engine rated at 100,000 horsepower manufactured at Kawasaki's Kobe Works. Note the two workers on the top portion of the engine to get an idea of how huge the engine is. Read more: http://www.sportrider.com/features/146_0711_kawasaki_heavy_industries/photo_15.html

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TBT Kawasaki A1 Samurai Kawasaki A1 Samurai Manufacturer Kawasaki Parent company Kawasaki Heavy Industries Production 1967–1971 Successor Kawasaki S1 Mach I

Predecessors to Kawasaki Heavy Industries date to the late 19th century, focused initially on shipbuilding and later, locomotives and such. However, from the rubble of World War II the Kawasaki motorcycle brand evolved directly from Kawasaki Aircraft. Read more...

Kawasaki Heavy Industries indeed! http://tkmotorcyclediaries.blogspot.ca/2016/01/tires-wheels.html

Subaru WRX Concept stuns, but what lies beneath?

2015_Kawasaki_Ninja H2R_2.med Kawasaki Heavy Industries Just like the PR speak from the teasers, Kawasaki used multiple divisions inside the Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI) to produce the bike, which is why the Kawasaki River Mark is proudly displayed on the front.

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1956 Meihatsu 125 Deluxe by Kawasaki Heavy Industries goawaygarage.blogspot.com

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