636



the greatest motorcycle ever manufactured. a slang term for the kawasaki ninja zx6r built from 2003-2006, because it used a displacement of 636cc’s. this was a departure from the usual 599cc displacement used by the big 4 (kawasaki, honda, suzuki, yamaha) for middle-weight 4 cylinder sportbikes. manufacture of the 636 ceased after 2006 as kawasaki reverted back to a strictly 599cc engine for its new zx6r. an all around popular bike for club racing, stunting, and street riding.
that 636 is fast as sh-t.
i got p-ssed by a guy on a blue 636 in turn 10.

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