Is the ZX6R reliable?

Is the 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.

How much horsepower does a 2005 ZX6R have?

Kawasaki ZX-6R

Make Model Kawasaki ZX-6R (ZX 636)
Max Power 96 kW / 130.5 hp @ 14000 rpm
Max Torque 70.5 Nm / 7.2 kgf-m / 52 ft. lbs @ 11,500 rpm
Clutch Wet, multiple discs, cable operated
Transmission 6 Speed

How long does a ZX6R last?

Kawasaki Motorcycles are well-built, durable bikes that can last between 100,000 and 200,000 miles on average depending on how well they are maintained and the riding style they are subject to. Based on riding 5,000 miles a year you can expect a Kawasaki bike to last 20 – 40 years.

Is the 2005 ZX6R a 636?

The ZX6 and the 636 are exactly the same bike, though Kawsaki did make a ZX6-RR race version of the bike which maintained the 599cc capacity engine to ensure eligibility into displacement restricted supersport racing. In 2005 they further revised the 636 engine with larger cams, a new head and polished ports.

Is a 2005 ZX-6R fuel injected?

The engine was fuel injected and engine speed was raised around 500 RPM which resulted in a slight gain in power. Radial-mounted four-piston brakes replaced the previous six-piston brakes and the front forks were now inverted. Chassis improvements resulted in higher rigidity and less weight.

Are Ninja bikes reliable?

However, the good news is that the fundamentals are sturdy and Kawasaki Ninja 300 reliability should be pretty good. Our Kawasaki Ninja 300 owners reviews report very few major issues, and even though the motors tend to spend most of their lives at high revs, they’re generally solid.

Are Kawasaki sport bikes good?

Kawasaki is a multiple World Superbike championship winner, clearly, they know a thing or two about making fast sportbikes. Here are the best of them. For 64 years, Kawasaki has been, in most motorcycle nerds opinion, the industry standard on how to build sports bikes.

What CC is a ZX6R?

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R is a 600 cc class motorcycle in the Ninja sport bike series from the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki. It was introduced in 1995, and has been constantly updated throughout the years in response to new products from Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha.

Is the 636 the same as the ZX6R?

Know what you’re riding and call the ZX6R a ZX6R. And – the number 636 is motor displacement in CC and is meaningless except to tell you “how big the motor is”. Starting in 2003, Kawasaki started making the ZX6R with a 636cc motor. In 2007, they completely changed the motor design and dropped it to 599cc.

Should you buy a 2005 Kawasaki ZX-6R?

If you were into Kawasaki sportsbikes, the answer was a resounding no. The 2005 ZX-6R is arguably one of the most wonderfully bonkers mini-Ninjas ever built. Boasting the same 636cc capacity engine as before, Kawasaki totally overhauled it for 2005 with larger cams, a new head, polished ports and a slipper clutch to name just a few of the updates.

What kind of engine does a 2005 Ninja ZX 6R have?

The 2005 ZX-6R was updated in 2007, however while this model looks visually quite similar, and retains the underseat pipe, it is a very different beast. A totally new engine is not only physically smaller, it is back to 599cc and that makes it a real screamer of a Ninja.

Is the Mahindra ZX6R J2 the best all round bike?

I think its the best all round bike today, very good all round package, strong engine , good bakes , very good suspension (last bike was a ZX6R J2)looks very good in green . It has all the trick bits, and a very good on the road price.

Where can I find reliable ZX-6R forums? – Somewhat unsurprisingly, this is a forum dedicated to ZX-6Rs and is a great source of information on faults and fixes as well as which go faster bits work and which don’t. – Home of MSS Kawasaki, who have a vast experience of getting Ninjas to go very fast indeed.