Are Kawasaki 636 good bikes?

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R is a consistently popular bike from the eclectic Kawasaki sport bike range. It is praised for its versatility as both a track-friendly and street-legal bike. It’s also among the more expensive models from Kawasaki at a price firmly over the $10,000 threshold.

How fast is a Kawasaki Ninja 636?

Kawasaki ZX-6R 636 Acceleration Curve

Kawasaki ZX-6R Acceleration
Speed Time
SS/KM 19.77@157 mph
SS/Mile 28.14@162 mph
Top Speed 164 mph

Is Kawasaki 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.

Why did Kawasaki make a 636?

With strong competition from Honda’s CBR600F4i, Suzuki’s GSX-R600, and Yamaha’s YZF-R6, Kawasaki decided on an unusual move for the late 2002 models. They increased the capacity of the traditional 600 cc (37 cu in) motor to 636 cubic centimetres (38.8 cu in) with the ZX-6R A1P.

How long do zx6r engines last?

A ’98 ZX6-R G1 lasts at least 124,437 miles.

Did Kawasaki discontinue the ZX-6R?

The axing of the ZX-6R also marks the end of a 25-year production run in the supersport class, bowing out at the same time as the rev-tastic Yamaha R6, which remains on sale in the UK as a track-only R6 Race.

Will Kawasaki discontinue ZX-6R?

After unveiling the new 2022 Ninja ZX-10R, Kawasaki has now taken the wraps off the 2022 Ninja ZX-6R for international markets. The Japanese motorbike company’s latest offering received some minor cosmetic tweaks and also includes two new colour schemes.

How fast is a 2006 zx6r?

168 mph

Top speed & performance
Max torque 52 ft-lb
Top speed 168 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 11 secs
Tank range 150 miles