Posted: 11 Oct 2011 10:00 PM PDT
Hey, what’s going on everyone? Kawasaki's ER-6n has been heavily updated for 2012 as these pictures below show.
The naked middleweight shares mechanical components with the faired ER-6f and gets the same changes as that bike, including a new twin-tube steel frame, new swingarm, re-tuned engine and revised seating position.
The bodywork has gained better-defined angles and curves and the headlight and instrument panel have become more compact-looking.
Optional anti-lock brakes are another significant addition. Kawasaki is really pushing the "craftsmanship evident in the smallest detail" in response, perhaps, to criticisms of the fit and finish of earlier ER-6 models.
That’s it for this time. Be sure to share your opinions on Ninja Boards.
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