2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Is Now Homologated for Road Racing

Good news for the fans of the Team Green: the new 636cc Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R has been officially homologated for the AMA Pro Road Racing 2013 season.
This means, that Kawasaki riders are now able to get the ZX-6R on the race tracks for Daytona SportBike and SuperSport, as well as for the WERA, CCS, AFM, MRA, CVMA, CMRA and UtahSBA competitions.

The 2013 ZX-6R brings back the 636cc power unit, together with some of the premium pro-racing features which have contributed to the WSS victories. Among these top-drawer specs we have to mention the racing chassis, the new Separate Function Fork with Big Piston technology, lighter slipper clutch assembly, complemented by the Nissin racing-class radial calipers and the Kawasaki traction control KTRC software.

Taking a look at how the new Ninja looks on the world's most extreme road racing circuit (Mountain Course, Isle of Man TT) with rider James Hillier aboard, we can only imagine the glory on more friendly tracks.
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