2010 Kawasaki ER-6n

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Kawasaki ER-6n

2010 Kawasaki ER-6n


The motorcycle market is determinedly Weekend riders are in the vast with just a few daily taking advantage of a motorcycle’s use of resources and space. The industry wishes it were not so, and they are to persuade the public that motorcycle use (where the climate is a smart idea.

When happens, maybe more will take advantage of the benefits of bikes like ER-6n. Here’s a machine doesn’t cost much is easy to ride, performs to everyone’s expectations, and handles real panache. And did we mention its 649cc parallel twin provides fuel mileage makes the price at the pump irrelevant?

While there are signs of cost cutting in the specification—like the steel trellis and tubular swing arm—all the are of a high quality, and the engineering is To reduce the vibes typical of a engine with a 180-degree a balancer shaft driven off the acts in concert with upper-rear engine mounts rubber footpeg cushions and a isolated handlebar.

The result is a bike with enough mechanical tremor at the to provide a sense of the twin’s character, but not enough to send fingers to sleep. Equally is the sense of refinement imparted by the The clutch is a light pull, but its is agreeably gradual.

Plus, the action is light and positive, a neutral finder to alleviate annoying stop-sign tap dance as you for neutral.

Kawasaki’s ER-6n is with digital fuel using dual 38mm throttle bodies with to smooth response in much the way CV carburetors did. The result is throttle response pretty all the time, with the quick and instant cold-weather usability comes with the technology.

though the ER has a tachometer redlined at and the double-overhead cam, four-valve that hints at high speeds, its torque is well across the range. The power of 71 horsepower is set at a fairly high rpm according to the factory—with maximun of 49 pound-feet supplied at 7,000 Yet, in the real world one short shifts in normal because of how good the bike’s and mid-range flexibility is.

It’s one of those bikes gets to sixth gear in no time, always needing downshifts at the next red light you’d expected. The freeway put up by this machine is pretty Able to cruise effortlessly at any traffic speed, the Kawasaki accelerate urgently in response to a of throttle.

The rate at which it run from 70 to 100 mph makes a downshift superfluous when you need to something.

Despite the … format, there seems to be wind deflection provided by the headlight, instrument nacelle and bodywork that high on a freeway are not the tiring, windswept one might expect. Although the position seemed strangely and peculiar after I climbed off a Monster 796, the riding soon felt normal and

Footpeg height was clearly set in the of maintaining good cornering they do—and these a tighter knee angle some standard bikes. But with a 34-inch inseam, I did not undue discomfort on the hour-long I mostly took on this And you have to applaud the footpeg when you’re playing in the because this little attacks a canyon with confidence.

The frame and suspension seems to provide reassurance and in equal measure, and even the adjustability of the suspension (with spring preload on the shock) did not an issue. Kawasaki seems to the standard settings pretty in the ballpark, even for this rider. One can find surfaces the forks feel a bit soft, or the rear shock feels a harsh, but mostly you don’t about it.

Although the fork is set at a stable 24.5-degrees of rake 4.0-inches of trail), the combination of handlebar leverage and relatively low make steering responses quick. So the ER-6n can whip traffic or slice through the with equal ease.

While the humble two-piston calipers on the first Ninja (with which this shares so much mechanical were uniformly dished for feel and lazy response, been revamped for the 2010 and now provide much better bite as well as easily braking force even if are still somewhat lacking in the department.

Kawasaki ER-6n

In keeping with the format – we present the review three separate perspectives: 1) a Riders. 2) an Intermediate Rider. 3) and an Rider. We hope you find format helpful….

The Kawasaki Review for Beginning Riders Click Here. Kawasaki review for Intermediate Riders- Here. Kawasaki ER-6n for Expert Riders- Click .

Newbies will find an ideal platform on which to their riding skills. a tolerably low 31-inch seat a manageable 442-pound claimed wet and easily coordinated throttle and action, the bike is a snap to The flexible nature of the engine likely discourage inappropriate up the rev-range, and thus help speeds where beginners can it.

At the same time, it is a bike can accompany a rider’s advancing and enthusiasm; able to run fast and nimbly once the rider can these feats.

The things make this a good bike hold true for In fact, this is really the sweet spot. For riders realistic ambitions, a need for and no need for the approval of status-conscious the ER-6n is perfect.

This will handle a commute as as a weekend leisure ride as well as it will undertake the long-distance trip. In truth, people should be riding like this.

The ER-6n’s limitations for the expert rider reside in its suspension. The one-size-fits-all works well for most but may be found a little lacking for demanding sport riders. But then, a good rider simply accommodate the occasional dive or rear-end chatter as of the hand he has been dealt.

While acceleration is not on a par with the performance found in modern it’s enough for all but the most speed freaks. A 650cc used to be thought a big bike in the day of the ton-up boys, now they’re “nice little bikes”. But remember, they’re faster now they ever were.

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