2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 ZX6R
Just Serviced, 15000 Miles, Excellent Condition
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Kawasaki’s evolution of the ZX6R has resulted in one of the most dominant motorcycles in the 600cc sport bike class. Kawasaki is known for producing some of the strongest engines in the industry, and they haven’t let up with the ZX6R. The liquid-cooled inline four engine produces over 107 horsepower that is smoothly accessible through a wide powerband. The newly trim chassis has dropped over 20lbs and promotes a very compact riding position that track riders will appreciate. Track enthusiasts will also enjoy the newly redesigned digital display with large readouts for RPM, gear indicator, and speed. Kawasaki has also put a lot of attention towards handling by tapping into their MotoGP expertise. The ZX6R now features the addition of Showa big piston suspension which provides great stability under late braking. The combination of a compact chassis, adjustable suspension, and strong engine make it one of the top choices in the 600cc sport class.
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Model: Kawasaki ZX6R
Motorcycle Class: Sport Bikes
Engine: 636cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder four stroke
Fuel System: Digital Fuel Injection with 38mm throttle bodies
Suspension: 41mm Showa big piston front with stepless compression, rebound dampening and adjustable preload, Uni-Trak gas monoshock rear suspension with adjustable preload, rebound, and dampening.
Brakes: Dual 310mm front petal disc with four-piston caliper, 220mm rear petal disc with single-piston caliper.
Weight (including oil, gas, and all fluids): 428 pounds