How fast is a Ninja 636?
Top Speed: 175 mph (Est.)
How much horsepower does a ninja 636 have?
127 crank HP
11 generations of engineering and evolution have led to the ZX6R having a 636 cc inline 4 engine that produces 127 crank HP and 52 lbs-ft of crank torque.
Is a zx6r reliable?
Reliability & build quality Kawasaki’s engines are bombproof, whether they’ve been used on the road or track. There are no major issues with the previous model, so don’t expect any dramas here. Our Kawasaki ZX-6R owners’ reviews show nothing terribly concerning on the reliability front.
How fast is a 2006 zx6r?
|1995-1997 ZX-6R||2005–2006 ZX-6R|
|0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h)||3.6 sec.||3.06 sec.|
|0 to 1⁄4 mi (0.00 to 0.40 km)||10.97 sec. @ 200.72 km/h (124.72 mph)||10.78 sec. @ 204.58 km/h (127.12 mph)|
|Top speed||248 km/h (154 mph)||257–264 km/h (160–164 mph)|
|Fuel economy||41 mpg – 160 miles range||6.52 L/100 km; 43.4 mpg‑imp (36.1 mpg‑US)|
What kind of engine does a Kawasaki ZX-6R have?
“All-out sportbike performance and aggressive styling” is the best way to sum up the all-new 2003 Kawasaki NINJA® ZX-6R sportbike. Based on the limited edition NINJA® ZX-6RR, the radical new ZX-6R boasts a redesigned engine and crankcase with 37 extra cubic centimeters of displacement, an electronic fuel injection system and an all-new chassis.
What’s the price of a 2003 Kawasaki ZX 6R?
The venerable ZX-6E is back for an encore as the ZZR600; it’s a half-size bookend to the ’02 ZZ-R1200. The 6R will also be very competitively priced at $7,999. Beyond that, production numbers for the ’03 ZX-6R–including its racier RR sibling–will jump 50 percent from last year’s levels.
What kind of bike is the Kawasaki zx636r?
You and your advantage will be long gone by then. “All-out sportbike performance and aggressive styling” is the best way to sum up the all-new 2003 Kawasaki NINJA® ZX-6R sportbike.
Do you need tank slippers on a 636 Kawasaki?
You are going to need it if you plan on any doing any track days, fast road racing/riding as the 636 is awfully prone to “Tank Slippers” which can be virtually uncontrollable.