Stealth Ninja

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R

For my Adventure Junkie week I decided to show off the new series of Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R. This is the bike that I personally want because of its new sleek design and light weight.

This Bike usually sells for: $9,799.00

If you are paying cash never pay the sticker price! Negotiate down and if they wont, you need to be able to walk away. Go there knowing what you want and always keep in mind there are other places that want your business so don’t let them take over the deal.

Do your research!

This is a great bike for beginners to intermediate as long as you understand and respect the power and ability that it contains. You need to feel comfortable and confident with your bike so you spend more time having fun and looking ahead. Also, always remember the dangers that can arise and know your bike and its responses. I would also suggest taking a Motorcycle safety class before considering riding (Don’t let them scare you, they are just trying to bring the dangers that could happen across).

Now this bike is built to have precise control and a lot of mid range torque provide easier handling at higher speeds. It is a responsive sportbike with less weight, improving mass centralization, refining engine and chassis behavior, and adding a revolutionary front fork design. This results in lighter handling to make it even easier to tip this ZX-6R into a corner. To optimize front-rear rigidity balance, the engineers revised frame stiffness around the swingarm pivot and the rear engine mounts.

The stronger mid-range torque provides greater drive out of corners and is harmonized with the engine’s silky smooth high-rpm performance. This linear throttle torque delivery results in improved controllability and offers the rider more precise throttle control at all rpm. This predictability pays dividends when making mid-corner power adjustments. When combined with the reduced need to downshift provided by its healthy mid-range performance, the predictable throttle response makes it easier for riders to maintain their rhythm when stringing corners together.

Overall this is a well-balanced and Awesome bike!

 

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4 Responses to “Stealth Ninja”

  1. What wordpress template are you using?

  2. Hey, I found your blog while searching on Google your posts looks very interesting for me. I will bookmark your site. Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks for the comment, though I’m not sure when I’ll be up to posting soon. I have added more things to my plate recently, so it may be a while. I’m thinking of reposting again as the holidays come up.

      ~Lady T

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