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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Kawasaki ER-6N:
Mootorcycle type:Sport bike
Year:2006
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):210 / 76 / 109.5
Engine size (cc):649 cc displacement
Fuel supply:Fuel injection 2x38 Keihin
Compression ratio:11.3:1
Bore and Stroke:83x60 mm
Ground clearance:130mm (5.1 inches)
Engine oil capacity:2.4litres (2.5 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :15.5 litres (4.1 gallons)
Top speed:200 km/h (124 mph)
Peak horse power:72 hp
Max torque:66 nm (48.7 ft lbs)
Dry weight:174 kg (384 lbs)
Wet weight:196 kg (432 lbs)
Front suspension:41mm telescopic fork with 120mm wheel travel distance
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
Ignition / starting:Electric starting, digital TCBI ignition
Front brakes:dual semi floating 300mm petal discs and 2-piston caliper
Rear brakes:single 220mm petal disc and single-piston caliper
Final drive:Chain drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:5.90 l/100km (39.9 mpg)
Picture of Kawasaki - ER-6NER-6N

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Kawasaki ER-6N:
- Fuel consumption (fuel economy) measured in L/100km or MPG (miles per gallon) shows how many liters of fuel the motorcycle burns for a 100km rum and respectively how many miles it can run with one gallon of fuel. It means that based on its technical specifications Kawasaki ER-6N will burn a gallon of fuel on every 39.9 miles of your trip or 5.90 liters on every 100km. Taken into consideration that it has a 15.5 liters (or 4.1 gallons)s fuel tank capacity it can be calculated that Kawasaki ER-6N can run 263 kilometers or 163 miles with a full fuel tank.
- 649 cc engine size (displacement) - this is the total volume enclosed in the movement of all pistons in the engine cylinders from their bottom to their top position in a stroke. Engines with bigger displacement volume tend to produce more power and usually have bigger fuel consumption. The Kawasaki ER-6N engine has a displacement volume of 649 cc according to the specifications above and is specified in cubic centimeters but can also be measured in liters.
- 130 mm ground clearance - this is the space between the ground and the lowest part of the chassis of ER-6N measured in millimeters or inches. Motorcycles with lower ground clearance would have better handling as their center of gravity will be lower than average.Kawasaki ER-6N bore and stroke explaination
- 83x60 bore and stroke - bore is indeed the size of the piston presented by its diameter and stroke is the depth of the piston measured from top to bottom. The stroke value actually represents the distance that the piston undergo in one stroke. According to the technical specifications of Kawasaki ER-6N its bore is 83 mm and the stroke is 60 mm. ER-6N has a short stroke engine because in this particular case the bore of the Kawasaki engine is bigger that the length of the stroke.
- Compression ratio 11.3:1 of a motorcycle engine is the ratio of the volume of the combustion chamber when the piston is at the bottom of the stoke and its volume when the piston is at the top of the stroke. This is actually the relation between the biggest and the smallest capacity of the combustion chamber. If you got a motorcycle with a greater compression ratio for its specific engine it is getting better fuel economy than it would if it had a lesser compression ratio.
- Chain final drive: If you wonder which of the final drive variations is best in driving power from the engine to the rear wheel, the answer is that all of them have specific advantages and may surpass the rest in performance on certain occasions and style of riding. All three variations of final drive have been used for a very long time and each of them has proved to be successful one. The final drive of Kawasaki ER-6N is chain.
chain driven motorcycleChain drives are by far the most popular final drive technology in the history of motorcycles and are the most economical way to drive power from the engine to the rear wheel. The down points of the chain drive are the frequent maintenance required as it needs to be regularly cleaned and oiled. Besides it is not as smooth as a shaft or belt drive.
- Liquid cooling system: both air and liquid cooling systems serve the same purpose to keep the engine in an optimal temperature range and they both have their advantages. Liquid cooling is better for the engine in high traffic and speeding but its biggest advantage is that liquid cooled engines tend to produce more horsepower.Kawasaki ER-6N turn signals - replacement
- Replacing Kawasaki ER-6N turn signals is an easy job and commonly considered a do it yourself project. As the motorcycle turn signals cables are generally color coded it would not be a hassle disconnecting and reconnecting the wires. In the case of box connection all you have to do is clip off both ends (the male and female). After making sure that the new Kawasaki ER-6N turn signals sit in the housing properly you may proceed with connecting the wires.Bike cover for Kawasaki ER-6N
When choosing a motorcycle cover the dimensions of the Kawasaki ER-6N should be taken into consideration. If any additional aftermarket accessories have been installed on the bike they may have an effect on the dimensions. The cover length, width and height might need to be bigger if saddle bags, fairings or backrest have been installed on the motorcycle.

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