What's the difference between the FZR and Seca II?
The FZR was a quasi-racer with a 16-valve liquid-cooled engine, sophisticated twin-spar perimeter frame and full fairing. Whereas the new Seca II used an air-cooled 4-cylinder, 8-valve motor, a tubular-steel perimeter frame and a half fairing. In Europe, the Seca II was being sold as the Diversion, and could be had with or without a fairing.
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