2012 Kawasaki ER-6N Feature

2012 Kawasaki ER-6N Feature just leave a little 'of that torque, REV-650 Double Happy innovative inner beauty, you can see, this reveals a soulful purity of purpose mechanical machine. ER-6N may be vestigial fly the headlight / instrument pod, but for most of the material of this equation "naked" bike style has gone bye-bye. Here are the riders who love to feel the wind is a good choice especially if you drive when the weather is warm.

While both of these motorcycles are new in America, their platforms are based off motorcycles we’ve already sampled. The ER-6n is based off the recently redesigned Ninja 650R complete with its friendly, 649cc Parallel Twin cradled in a compact steel chassis and wrapped in sharp futuristic bodywork that turns heads. The Gladius on the other hand is modeled off of Suzuki’s beyond popular SV650 model. It’s powered by a 645cc V-Twin wedged in an easily manipulated steel chassis.

The new twin-tube perimeter frame style As with its predecessor, the new double-tube perimeter frame style is a key component of identity is ER-6n. As before, says the new chassis, rather than hide it. The double-pipe design of the new framework, high-strength steel contributes to the appearance of the bike light.

Engine and transmission Displacement:649.00 ccm (39.60 cubic inches)Engine type:Twin, four-stroke Compression:11.3:1Bore x stroke:83.0 x 60.0 mm (3.3 x 2.4 inches)Valves per cylinder:4Fuel system:Injection. Digital fuel injection with two 38mm Keihin throttle bodiesFuel control:DOHCIgnition:Digital CDICooling system:LiquidGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,
final drive:ChainDriveline:O-Ring Chain