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The Ninja ZX-6R supersport takes on the world’s ultimate proving grounds for high octane two-wheel performance. From a ravenous 636cc engine to an innovative traction control system, the Ninja ZX-6R is well equipped with advanced features to take on some of the world’s toughest sections of track at the Isle of Man.

On the streets or at the Isle of Man, the 2013 Ninja® ZX™-6R has all the right tools to punish the competition. Equipped with the undeniable power that can only be produced from extra displacement, the Ninja ZX-6R makes no apologies for packing a 636cc engine in a 599cc class. It embodies all the qualities of its predecessors and combines them with new technologies to ensure the Ninja’s position at the forefront of the middleweight class.

Invincible Power Ignite a ravenous 636cc engine. The Ninja ZX-6R ups the ante with a substantial increase in torque throughout the powerband, reducing the 599cc bikes in its class to second place at best.

Designed to make an unmistakable impression, the Ninja® ZX™-6R sports all-new aggressive bodywork and a redesigned front fairing resembling the Ninja® ZX™-10R. Glance down at a combination of purposefully-designed analog and digital instrumentation for an essential readout of the bike’s functions in true supersport quickness. Adjust To Perfection The new Showa Separate Function Fork Big Piston (SFF-BP) allows riders to freely adjust its handling characteristics. Stick to stock settings or tweak and tweak again to suit your personal riding style and needs. Become One With Your Machine It takes endurance to be invincible. The Ninja ZX-6R’s F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper function reduces wheel-hop on downshifts. Your hands feel less fatigued and the barriers between man and machine are gone.

Supreme Traction Optimize traction and acceleration with Kawasaki Traction Control. Three selectable modes, each programmed with a different setting, help provide maximum traction with some degree of slippage...
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