2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R 636
After four years on the market, the Akashi firm renews supersport model recovering the old engine of 636 cc and by providing all the technology seen in the ZX-10R. The fourth generation Ninja is going strong.
The new Ninja ZX-6R 636 returns to cubing 636 cc, an option opened in the past but only maintained by Triumph and its Daytona 675 in the supersport segment. Overcoming the barrier of 600 cc is not common, especially considering that by regulation 3-cylinder over 600 cc can not compete in the World Supersport.
The next year Ninja gets all the news and views on other models of this year, with input from the ZX-10R and Versys 1000, for example. These are the main changes:
- Uploaded a new 636 cc engine (131 hp at 13,500 rpm): more torque, power and acceleration throughout the rev range.
- Last generation SFF-BP inverted fork: combines the technologies of BPF and Showa SFF.
- Clutch anti-bounce assisted FCC.
- KTRC traction control (3 levels of intervention). Already seen on the Versys 1000.
- Double power curve (Full and Low).
- KIBS ABS Sports (anti-lock braking system intelligent Kawasaki).
- Nissin Monobloc front brake calipers. Radial pump.
- Overall Redesign.
- Updated Instrumentation.
- Chassis, subframe and swingarm are maintained.