Longterm Test: 2010 Kawasaki ER-6n Super Streetbike

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Kawasaki ER-6n


2010 Kawasaki

John Zamora: Associate

Miles Ridden: 5,200

As I out, you can’t always a soccer mom into a super The ER-6n in stock form is easy to ride. But even it leaves the showroom floor, are a few items that need to be immediately. The stock brakes don’t cut it and require a tremendous of effort to slow it down, at moderate speeds.

I changed out the pads and lines and that solve the problem a great but afterwards I realized I shouldn’t stopped there. I think rotors or a stronger master might have brought the to the level I was after.

In the styling department, I found aftermarket bolt-on accessory I get my hands on to help it lose of its awkward shortcomings. Some of the like the rearsets, undertail and had an immediate impact on the bike’s appearance and gave it a much-needed street stance.

Sometimes we have to take a back to realize just how far we come, and I’m glad to spent some time this mid-size muscler. In I think the ER-6n is one of the best bikes, but for someone that has riding for any length of time, the may become annoying and leave you more. But as the aftermarket catches up is definitely room to make a cool bike that get lost in a bike night lot.

Second Opinions

After a run a bumpy back road I to one immediate conclusion about long list of mods-they all pointless (except the brakes). He have spent every on suspension upgrades. With the set up properly it could hang on any with more performance bikes, but on the stock forks and it won’t go anywhere fast. Dave

Ermax Fender

Kawasaki ER-6n

I’ve always loved the tails on a streetfighter. The ER’s was begging for lipo and the Ermax helped eliminate the bulky and left it with a cool appearance.

Ermax Hugger

I thought the Vance and Hines slip-on looked absolutely with its black pipe and red The part I had trouble with was the A piped parallel twin like a 450 dirtbike-I never quite get used to it.

I hated the gym-sized stock rearsets. The Moto ‘sets were stunning and really opened up the half of the motorcycle. The motor makes 66 HP, so there’s no real in putting someone on the back

I’ve never been a big fan of rails. I noticed they optional on the ER’s sister the Ninja 650, and in their were body caps. I a quick call to Kawi and a two-bolt twist the love were gone.

Kawasaki ER-6n
Kawasaki ER-6n
Kawasaki ER-6n
Kawasaki ER-6n

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