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2016 Kawasaki ZX636fgf Ninja ZX-6r



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Stock #4225
ModelZX636fgf Ninja ZX-6r
TrimSport Bike
MPG0.0 City / 0.0 Hwy
Trans6 Speed


Fun - Fast - Looks - Performance is what this Ninja ZX636 in Metallic Matte Carbon Gray / Ebony. The current dominance of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R motorcycle in both the FIM World Championship Supersport series and the European World Superstock 600 series is a clear indication that the Ninja ZX-6R motorcycle remains a major force to be reckoned with. Championship technology comes to the middleweight class with the Ninja ZX-6R. With the biggest engine in its class, the 636cc inline four-cylinder engine outperforms the competition. •636cc inline-four offers racetrack-ready power yet extremely flexible delivery on the street * Great sounding aftermarket exhaust •Selectable full and low engine power modes allow riders to adjust power delivery to riding conditions •Three-mode KTRC traction control tuned to cover a wide-range of situations from advanced racetrack use, to normal street riding, to mixed/slippery conditions •Showa Separate Function Fork Big Piston (SFF-BP) offers light weight, broad adjustability and smooth progressive damping •F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions offer light clutch pull and minimizes wheel chatter caused by aggressive downshifting •Kawasaki Intelligent anti-lock Brake System (KIBS) ABS with monobloc calipers assist braking under certain conditions The Ninja ZX-6R motorcycle features the latest sportbike and racetrack technology. For example, it has a three-mode Kawasaki Traction Control system (KTRC). Three modes are available via a switch on the left handlebar: Mode 1 offers maximum racetrack performance, Mode 2 is ideal for sporty street performance, and Mode 3 helps to eliminate wheelspin in certain conditions. Riders can also turn the system off if they wish. As a further riding aid, riders can select either “Full” or “Low” engine power modes via a switch on the left handlebar. The power modes allow quick adjustment to the power delivery to suit road or track conditions. This is not a beginner bike.


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