Garry McCoy returned to action with Kawasaki in Sepang today after recovering from an operation to remove a pin and several screws in his right tibia bone last month. The Australian joined his MotoGP team-mate Andrew Pitt and Kawasaki test riders Alex Hofmann and Akira Yanagawa for his first real session aboard the all-new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR. The team enjoyed dry and hot conditions on the first of three days of testing and Grand Prix winner McCoy was glad to be united with his new machine. `It´s really my first test on the bike apart from a few laps that I did straight after the race in Valencia, and there are still a lot of things that we have to work out,´ said McCoy, who has ridden the Yamaha YZR500 for the last three seasons. `I have got to get comfortable with the bike and find a few settings to make it feel comfortable, and I think it´s just going to take time. Obviously, the new Kawasaki four-stroke machine is very different to the old two-stroke. It´s got a lot more acceleration right through the power-band, but it´s not as aggressive, not as snappy as a two-stroke, so it doesn´t feel as fast. Going into the turns is a little bit difficult for me also, because the bike has a slipper clutch that you don´t use on a two-stroke.