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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Kawasaki ER-6F:
Mootorcycle type:Sport bike
Year:2009
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):211 / 77 / 118
Engine size (cc):649 cc displacement
Fuel supply:Fuel injection : 38mm diameter keihin x 2
Compression ratio:10.8:1
Bore and Stroke:83x60 mm
Ground clearance:130mm (5.1 inches)
Engine oil capacity:2.4litres (2.5 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :16.0 litres (4.2 gallons)
Top speed:200 km/h (124 mph)
Peak horse power:72 hp
Max torque:64 nm (47.2 ft lbs)
Dry weight:185 kg (408 lbs)
Wet weight:209 kg (461 lbs)
Front suspension:41mm telescopic fork with 125mm wheel travel
Rear suspension:offset laydown single-shock with adjustable preload and 130mm wheel travel
Front tyre size:120/70-ZR17
Rear tyre size:160/60-ZR17
Transmission type:6-speed with wet multidisc clutch
Ignition / starting:digital ignition and electric starting
Front brakes:dual semi-floating 300mm petal discs with dual piston caliper
Rear brakes:one petal disc with 220mm diameter and single piston caliper
Final drive:Chain drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:4.90 l/100km (48 mpg)
Picture of Kawasaki - ER-6FER-6F

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Kawasaki ER-6F:
- The fuel consumption (fuel economy) of a motorcycle shows either the mileage that can be achieved with a certain amount of fuel (mpg) or the amount of fuel needed to cover certain mileage (L/100km). In the average case Kawasaki ER-6F will burn 4.90 liters on every 100km of your trip. That is based on the technical specifications of the motorcycle and may vary depending on several factors as style of riding, temperature, road condition etc. As per the MPG number it will run for 48 miles while burning one gallon of fuel. It can be calculated that Kawasaki ER-6F can cover a mileage of 202 miles with a tank full of fuel based on its fuel efficiency and fuel tank capacity - 16.0 liters.
- 649 cc engine displacement - that is the volume enclosed by the movement of the pistons from their lower to their upper position in the cylinders. Engines with bigger displacement volume tend to produce more power and usually have bigger fuel consumption. The displacement is commonly specified in cc (cubic centimeters) or liters and based on the Kawasaki ER-6F specifications its engine displacement is 649 cubic centimeters.
- 130 mm or 5.1 inches ground clearance - this is the distance between the ground surface and the lowest part of ER-6F not counting the tyres of course as they are meant to be in contact with the ground. Variations in ground clearance measures represent a trade-off between practicality and handling of a bike.Kawasaki ER-6F bore and stroke explaination
- Bore and stroke 83x60 - the bore is a measurement of the inside diameter of the cylinder. The stroke represents the distance traveled by the piston from the top of the cylinder to the bottom (or vice versa) in a single stroke. Based on the technical specifications above Kawasaki ER-6F has a bore with diameter of 83 mm and the length of the stroke is 60 mm. Because the length of the stroke for this Kawasaki engine is smaller than the diameter of the cylinder (bore) we say that ER-6F has a short stroke engine.
- Compression ratio 10.8:1 - this parameter refers to how the cylinder's space changes from when the piston is down at its lowest point to when the piston is up at its highest point in the stroke. In other words it represents how tightly the mixture of fuel and air in the combustion chamber is pressed before the ignition. Higher compression ratio means bigger pressure of the fuel/air mix in the combustion chamber and better efficiency achieved of its ignition.
- Chain final drive: Depending on the purpose of the motorcycle and its characteristics usually one among the three possible final drive options is preferred. On sport bikes the chain drive is preferred while most cruisers and touring bikes tend to be designed with belt or shaft drive. Bikes have been designed with all three variations of the final drive for many years and each of them has performed well for the purpose it's been used. The final drive of Kawasaki ER-6F is chain.
chain driven motorcycleIt is a fact that the majority of motorcycles around the world are driven by chains. Chains are simple and efficient way to transmit horsepower from the engine to the rear wheel. However all chains require keeping an eye on them and proper lubrication when they get dry and cleaning when they get dirty.
- Liquid cooling system: heat management and biker's comfort are some of the major concerns for the motorcycle manufacturers. Although the liquid cooled motorcycle has a radiator and hoses and require more maintenance it provides better regulated temperature to the engine.Turn signals replacement of Kawasaki ER-6F
- You can easily find out how to replace the Kawasaki ER-6F turn signals and quickly do it yourself. Generally the motorcycle turn signals wires are color coded and disconnecting them is not a problem. In the case of box connection all you have to do is clip off both ends (the male and female). Connect the wires properly after the new Kawasaki ER-6F turn signals are placed in position.Kawasaki ER-6F with protective bike cover
The dimensions of the Kawasaki ER-6F are important when choosing a motorcycle cover. The overall measures of the bike could be increased by some aftermarket accessories. To provide a better protection a larger cover will be needed if additional panniers, sissy bar or windshield have been fitted on the motorcycle.

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