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anyone know 0 to 60 speed of the zx-6rr

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whats the 0 to 60 time for a 2004 kawasaki zx-6rr
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I just got a 2004 zx6r. I think the 0-60 on mine is like 3.2 sec. I'm not sure. everything on the internet says something different. Let me break the motor in and I'll tell you :lol: The 6rr should be close to the same.
Almost break in point. Not much longer and then I'll have an answer for you.

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4.10sec(60-80), 3.85sec(80-100)//4.05sec(60-80), 3.80sec(80-100)

re:Sport Rider Magazine, August 2004, Page 48.

0-60MPH is to quick on the graph and no numbers listed, but looks to be just under 3 seconds.
Roll-ons to 100MPH, Kawasaki ZX-6RR, ZX-6R, followed by Suzuki GSX-R600, Yamaha YZF-6R, and Honda CBR600RR.

SOme of you on the FORUM know that I'm into aerodynamics sort of and how they improve our efficiency...Sport Rider, page 36, "The push toward more aerodynamic fairings from Supersport racing has forced windscreens to become even smaller, and now none of the middleweights have a fairing that is effective unless you're going 80mph in an aggressive racing crouch." ther eis much more, but I don't want to get into trouble for stealing material...what I was suggesting before I even read this article is that most of our Kawasakis would benefit from a taller windscreen. when you get the magazine and read it for yourself (or perhaps try www.sportrider.com) I would recommend that someone on our crowd on the FORUM, actually try their times and then too also keep very detailed records on fuel efficiency. I'm not sorry to be a NERD asking, as there is no way I can afford a 600 right now or even get my Salvage yard bike (250R) out this month. It sure would be nice to have several people try a taller windscreen and keep accurate logs...and then share the information. Maybe in "WHAT I LEARNED TODAY" "WINDSCREENS" would draw enough attention so that everyone could follow...and not try to bias your data, just be honest...
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