This bike has:
.45 head gaskets
Kawasaki ECU Mapped For VP C-4.2
Dynojet Quick Shifter
Full Race Wiring Harness
Leo SS Exhaust System
Left and Right Hardened Engine Covers
Ohlins Steering Dampner (Not OEM)
Ohlins 25mm Gas Charged Forks (Revalved)
Ohlins TTX Shock (Revalved)
Galfer SS Brake Lines Front and Rear
Hotbodies/Attack Race Bodies
Vortex Gas Cap
Woodcraft Rear Sets
Vortex 520 Sprockets
Tsubaki 520 Chain
Active Remote Adjustable Folding Front Brake Lever
ASV Clutch Lever
¼ Turn Throttle Tube
Two Kawasaki black covers with LOGO on each side
Ersin Yücesan 2011 Suzuki GSX R 1000 & Armin Van Buuren
Free run.. Armin Van Buuren, Dash Berlin, Sharon Adel,In and out of
love,Till the sky falls down,Big Sky,Universal Religion. GSXR 1000 K8 Rizla
Edition,armind metzeller m5 traffic Turkey TÜRKİYE Cadde tarz galatasaray
arai dainese love ..
05-06 Kawasaki ZX6R Motorcycle
Short video of one of the last rides at night with my bike before the
crash/makeover. Make sure you check out my other videos!!
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2010 ZX-6R Akrapovic with no baffle
I removed the baffle from the Akrapovic on my ninja, just thought I'd
record the sound. Of course the iPhone doesn't do it justice, but you get
the idea if you've heard stock or the Akra with the baffle.
Current mods: Akrapovic carbon slip-on (no baffle), Kawasaki bubble screen,
Kawasaki rear seat cowl, R&G offset cotton reels, R&G Aero crash
protectors, R&G fork protectors, R&G reservoir protector, R&G Tail tidy,
R&G Bar end sliders, R&G mirror block-off plates, R&G Exhaust hanger, Scottoiler with dual injector,
Pazzo shorty levers, integrated turn signals, Pro Grip 717's, Stomp Grip,
HEL brake lines
First R6 Ride
First ride of my new 2010 R6, (I've already got a tail tidy to fit to it!)
2009 Kawasaki ZX-6R vs. Triumph Daytona 675 - Supersport Face-Off!
You've heard the phrase, the battle is won but the war isn't over. That
certainly is the case with our 2009 Supersport Shootout. It wasn't easy for
Kawasaki to beat its Japanese stable mates, and now the new Daytona 675
shows up to take a swing.
Read full the full story at Motorcycle.com
After besting its Japanese 600cc stable mates, the Kawasaki ZX-6R takes on
the best of Britain - the Triumph Daytona 675 - in a Supersport Faceoff.
Who will win this battle of objective vs. subjective and style over
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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7 CRASH!
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7 Crash On Ca. 35 Skyline after it becomes Summit Rd.
Near X-mas tree farms. San Francisco Bay area California.
WRR36: 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 Review
Kawasaki made a lot of noise when they bumped the displacement of their
middleweight Ninja back up to 636cc's. For good reason, too. The original
Ninja 636 boasted more mid-range power than any other bike in its class,
with a top end that didn't disappoint, either. For a while there they
dipped back down to the standard 599cc engine along with some funky
cross-eyed styling. Thankfully, the all new 636 is back - and with some
beautiful lines, too. Come along with me for this week's Weekly Rides with