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Ninja ZX6R History
When presented the Kawasaki ZX-6R in 1995, he was the first medium of sport bike with an aluminum frame. He has a dry weight of 401.2 pounds (182.0 kg), wet weight of 454 pounds (206 kg) and was capable of accelerating 0-60 mph (97 kph) in just 3 , 6 seconds.
1997 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
1997 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

With competition from Honda CBR600F4i, Suzuki GSX-R600, and Yamaha YZF-R6 increasingly aggressive, Kawasaki decided to make a unique model for the year 2003. It has increased the capacity of the traditional 600 cc (37 ft) to 636 cc engine (38.8 ft). For riders who need a bike to travel restrictions course, Kawasaki has also made available a limited production 599 cc (36.6 ft) version called the Ninja ZX-6RR, but the 636 cc (38.8 ft.) ZX-6R would be the main mass of average production sport bike.
2002 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
2002 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

2003 brought many changes to the ZX-6R. The engine is now fuel-injected engine speed has been raised around 500 rpm, which led to a slight gain power. Radiaux mounted on 4-piston brakes replaced the 6 pistons brakes and front fork are now reversed. Chassis improvement has led to increased stiffness and less weight. A digital dashboard has also been established and greater dynamic air inlet moved to the centre on the lighthouse. The motorcycle carried over to the 2004 model year with only minor changes colors. The ZX-6R won the Supersport category for Masterbike 2004 and placed 3rd overall. For information on models 2003/2004 was $ 7999 USD.
2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

In 2005, Kawasaki again revised the ZX-6R. Engine speed increased again from 1000 rpm resulting in 105 hp (78 kW) to 12250 rpm. [1] The frame and swingarm have been updated, but the main changes compared to his predecessor lies in the design. The aluminum frame is now painted flat black, fairings are more rounded and integrated turn signals have been used (model). The exhaust is now centrically under the seat (a configuration commonly called a undertail exhaust). Most of these changes are reflected in the 599 cc ZX-6RR. For the second consecutive year, the ZX-6R again won the category award for Supersport Masterbike 2005 and placed 3rd overall. The motorcycle carried over to the 2006 model year with minor modifications to the suspension and new color schemes. The 2005/2006 ZX-6Rs grew an MSRP of $ 8699 USD.
2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Ninja 2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R
2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

After several years of offering 636 cc ZX-6R street and use entirely separate 599 cc ZX-6RR displacement limited racing classes, offering only a Kawasaki ZX-6R in 2007, he moves and 599 cc. In previous years the ZX-6R engines are all built on the same basic design, but the brand new engine for 2007 has been redesigned crankcase. In response to what their competitors have already done so, the new engine Kawasaki has a gear stacked arrangement in which the crankshaft, primary countershaft drive and are placed in a triangular format for a shorter, more compact drive. It is now about 40 mm in both small length and width, said to give greater cornering clearance. By using an old 250 cc Grand Prix race as the ZX-6R’s chief development rider, Tomomi Manako, Kawasaki claims an emphasis was placed on the rails of use. Framework, swing arm, suspension, brakes, and body are completely redesigned and the bike very few parts of the previous model. For information was raised to $ 8999 USD and the ZX-6R is expected to carry over the 2008 model year with only minor changes colors.

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