2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Preview —

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A return to 636cc

But back to the new A bump in … from to 45.1mm accounts for the 37cc engine. Bore remains the as last year’s model at

Digital fuel injection 38mm Keihin throttle while both intake and ports gain in size.

camshafts are tuned for longer and both cams get increased as well. Connecting rods are shorter than before but thicker stems, allowing to cope with the longer throws. After this, the receives numerous strength-enhancing or updates.

The airbox gains more internal volume, and atomizing injectors now spray droplets. This means combustion, for better power and throughout the rev range.

A new F.C.C. clutch with and slipper functions helps put the to the ground. The “assist” cam acts a servo mechanism to pull the hub and operating plate together and the clutch plates under This allows the total spring count and tension to be resulting in a 20% overall reduction in at the clutch lever.

The assist cam increases the clutch’s maximum capacity, to help it cope the extra power from the engine, without gaining any The slipper function should be by now to any sportbike enthusiast, as it keeps the wheel from hopping and during aggressive downshifts.

Kawasaki’s traction control or KTRC, makes its way to the new 636, by a simple thumb-operated switch on the clip-on. With three modes (four including Mode 1 offers considerable for racetrack use. Mode 2 is to sporty street riding limited amounts of slip, Mode 3 eliminates any rear slippage whatsoever, for especially conditions.

The ZX-6R also two selectable power modes. makes available all of the bike’s while “Low” limits the ZX to 80% of its max TC and power modes function resulting in eight possible mode combinations.

Interestingly, the only additional of hardware required for the KTRC over the standard version are speed sensors at each which are conveniently also on ABS versions of the 6R (more on that Highly advanced (and software settings make up the of the system. In TC Modes 1 and 2, focus is on forward drive by monitoring parameters 200 times per second.

timing is then manipulated to power when needed. TC 3 utilizes three-way intervention, ignition timing, fuel and the intake tract’s sub-throttle to keep the rear wheel in with the front.

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Kawasaki ZX 9 R Ninja

Keeping up with the advanced is a new generation fork from the Big Piston-Separate Function Fork Like the previous generation damping circuits are controlled by a piston, but, in this damping takes place in the right-side fork leg, rebound- and compression-damping adjusters located at the top of the fork tube. preload is adjusted at the top of the left

Stopping power comes a new Nissin monobloc four-piston biting on 310mm wave in front, fed fluid via a radial-mount cylinder. A lighter, 220mm rotor and single-piston caliper sit out ABS models come equipped Kawasaki’s Intelligent anti-lock System (KIBS) using a ABS unit.

Coming in at 427.8 pounds, the ABS weighs only 4.4 pounds than its non-ABS counterpart.

the KTRC wheel-speed sensors, the ECU speed, brake caliper engine rpm, throttle clutch actuation and gear The KIBS ABS ECU communicates with the ECU, and when it senses a lock-up situation tells the ABS to temporarily reduce brake pressure. It does so while pulsation at the lever during

The 2013 Ninja ZX-6R be available in three colors: Flat Stardust White, Spark Black and Lime Pricing is yet to be determined as of this

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