2011 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Spesification

2011 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Spesification The new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R is being described as one of the finest super sports bikes in the market today. With the kind of tradition that it has, it’s no secret why Kawasaki has high hopes for their latest offering.

Power from the ZX-6R Inline-Four is notable for its smooth delivery. While peak torque output tied for lowest overall at 43.57 lb-ft, its peak horsepower of 107.22 vaulted to the top of the 600s and just 3.6 shy of the second-placed Triumph. The Kawi engine produces those ponies with the steadiest powerband of the comparison, sporting the flattest torque curve of the bunch. On the open road this makes for an unintimidating throttle delivery and smooth power application.

That DNA begins with a 16-valve, DOHC inline-four engine that’s everything a top-shelf middleweight powerplant should be: supremely powerful, smooth, and blessed with hammer-like reliability. Critics everywhere agree the ZX-6R runs and performs like a larger-displacement motorcycle, and one that packs a rolling chassis that out-handles and out-suspends all others. It’s a perfect combination for street riders, track day junkies and racers alike, a flexibility that helps explain its many 600 comparo victories.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Engine
• Camshafts are made of chrome-moly steel
• Lightweight magnesium engine covers are standard
• Lightweight top injector mounting plate
• Lightweight transmission gears and gear dogs
• Lightweight oil pump and starter gears
• Inlet pressure pulse monitor does away with cam angle sensor, further contributing to lightness
• Cassette-type transmission makes it easy to quickly swap gear ratios, reducing set-up time at the track