The Ninja ZX-6R is a Kawasaki 600 cc class sport motorcycle. It was introduced in 1995, and has been constantly updated throughout the years in response to new products from Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha. The ZX series is what was known as the Ninja line of Kawasaki motorcycles in the 1980s and still carries the name today. When Kawasaki introduced the ZX-6R in 1995, it was the first middleweight sport bike with an aluminum frame since the 1992 GSXR600. There was a major revamp of the ZX-6R in 1998 with the Launch of the G series. The G series saw no increase in displacement but power went from 100 bhp to 108 bhp thanks to the newly designed airbox. In 2000, the first J series replaced the G, increasing power to 112 bhp by increasing the compression ratio from 11.8:1 to 12.8:1. The J series sported a couple of modernisations including a 180 section rear tyre, second headlight, uprated generator and stick coils (coil on plug) replacing the traditional coil with HT lead.
With competition from Honda’s CBR600F4i, Suzuki’s GSX-R600, and Yamaha’s YZF-R6 getting more aggressive, Kawasaki decided to make an unusual move for the late 2002 models. In 2003, there were a number of changes to the ZX-6R, or ZX636 as it is often referred. The engine was fuel injected and engine speed was raised around 500 rpm which resulted in a slight gain in power. Radial-mounted four-piston brakes replaced the previous six-piston brakes and the front forks were now inverted. Chassis improvements resulted in higher rigidity and less weight. An all digital instrument panel was also introduced and a larger ram air inlet moved to the center over the headlight, running through the headstock. The bike, designation B1H, carried over to the 2004 model year with just color scheme changes. The ZX-6RR won the Supersport category award for Masterbike 2004 and placed third overall.In 2005, Kawasaki again revamped the ZX-6R. Engine speed increased again by 1,000 rpm resulting in 113 horsepower (84 kW) at 12250 rpm. The bike carried over to the 2006 model year with minor suspension changes and new color schemes. After four years of offering their 636 cc ZX-6R for street use and an entirely separate 599 cc ZX-6RR for displacement-restricted racing classes, Kawasaki offered only one ZX-6R for 2007, and it displaced 599 cc.
Previous years of the ZX-6R’s engines were all built from the same basic design, but the all-new engine for 2007 was redesigned from the crankcase up. The ZX-6R was carried over to the 2008 model year with just color scheme changes. For 2009, Kawasaki dramatically changed the appearance of the ZX-6R to match the more angular look of the ZX-10R. Kawasaki claims the new ZX-6R is 10 kg lighter than the previous model. The greatest changes for 2009 were the redesign of the exhaust, now carried low and not requiring the thick under-seat construction of 2008 and especially the introduction of the Showa Big Piston Fork suspension for a more progressive brake-dive. The 2010 ZX-6R is changing once more with an improved engine and slipper clutch. The exhaust pre-chamber has more space and also limits exhaust noise giving the rider a smoother ride. New double bore intake funnels features two available heights which gives performance upgrades in both high and low engine speeds. The front seat is now lower. For more infor about Kawasaki Motorcycle Fairings, Carénages CBR, Please visit our website!
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