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2005 Kawasaki ZX6RR. One owner bike purchased new in 2005. 2500 original miles. Stored in a climate controlled shop for 5 years.
This was the AMA Supersport 600cc limited production homologation bike produced by Kawasaki. The 599cc engine for the limited-production ZX-6RR also features revised and polished intake ports, new combustion chambers and larger exhaust valves for improved on-track performance and a 13.9/1 compression ratio.
Features Unique to the NINJA ZX-6RR
  • Polished intake ports, revised porting, new combustion chambers and larger exhaust valves, plus new racing cams, all contribute to increased performance
  • To suit non-modified stock racing classes, the six-speed transmission features close ratios similar to those of the 2004 racing kit transmission
  • Inner fork tubes feature a TiSiCN coating to reduce sliding friction (stiction) and improve suspension action
  • Revised damping valve for the rear shock offers a wider range of settings for racing
  • Steering damper boss provided on the left frame rail
  • Low-expansion front brake hoses improve brake feel
  • Factory slipper clutch
Modifications to this bike:
BMCair filter
Arata full titanium race exhaust
Bazzaz QS-4 Quickshifter
Transmission has full gear set undercutting by M/T PERFORMANCE - Tranmission Undercutting for better shifting
Raptor LED shift light
AFAM 520 sprockets with EK Gold O-ring chain and Speedo Healer for speedometer correction
Attack Performance case covers left and right, clip ons, and adjustable rear sets
CRG shorty levers
Galfer Superbike brake line, HH brake pads,and Castrol SRF brake fluid
Frame protectors and fork protectors
Radiator screen, Vortex gas cap, Titanium rotor bolts, caliper bolts, and sprocket nuts
Ohlins 25mm Supersport fork cartridges with custom valving and .95 springs
Ohlins 46PRXLS triple adjustable rear shock with custom valving and 95 Newton spring
Ohlins SD186 steering damper
Puig windscreen
Euro turn signals, rear license plate mount, and LED tail light
Kawasaki Racing Kit ECU with programing software and programing cable
Stock this bike produced 101 RWHP. Arata exhaust and stock ECU 104.8 RWHP @11,000 rpm. All on 93 octane pump gas.
Arata exhaust and kit ECU 120 RWHP @ 14,000 rpm on 93 octane pump gas.
Arata exhaust and kit ECU 127.7RWHP @ 14,000 rpm on VP Ultimate 4 race fuel.
Dyno sheets are supplied with the bike.
Include factory service manual and racing kit manual
Bike comes with full Sharkskinz track body work professionally painted to match the Kawasaki factory race team bikes
All original parts exhaust system, passenger pegs, passenger seat, rear sets, rear shock, fork internals, US turn signals, sprockets, engine ecu, etc. are included with this bike.
May 2020 service: New Dunlop SPORTMAX Q3 tires, balanced, and nitrogen filled installed, oil and filter was changed, coolant was replaced and purple ice was added, valve adjustments checked, and brakes flushed with fresh SRF brake fluid, new battery.
Video of initial start after full service:
Link to ZX10R I sold last year: Gen 1: 2004-2005 - 2004 kawasaki zx10r
Link to album with full photos: 2005 Kawasaki ZX6RR
email: [email protected] if you have a serious interest in this bike

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$7500 is a boat ton of monies for what the bike is..........
I understand the price, believe me I have several 05/06 Zx6R/RR builds and they have all cost over 10k to rebuild all the systems and add suspension and rearsets and and all the other track goodies on top of the cost of the bike up front..... So these have about 14k into them, each.....

A couple of my customers got out of track riding who owned them and couldn't even sell them for $4500 with all the goodies...and ended up "giving away" all the goodies for around $1500 (suspension, damper, rearsets, bars, brembo master, even bodywork) in order to just make the bike all stock again (sans engine, tuning and exhaust)- and then they ended up selling the bikes for anywhere from $2500 to $3500 as a streetbike once again.....
So sure, they may have netted the same $4500ish but had to spend hundreds for me to swap everything and waste shit tons of time to find someone to actulaly buy the bikes....

I mean I have a couple here now I would love to sell for about $6k just to get out from under them, and can't even find a buyer for those (similar builds to yours ~ not as clean cosmetically~ , 124hp on 1 and 128 hp on the other... on pump gas)

good luck and I hope you find the right buyer...
 

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I have been offered $2500 for the Kawasaki Racing Kit ECU with programing software and programing cable by someone in Europe. I could sell the parts and install the OEM ECU and a power Commander but that would neuter the bike!! The kit ECU has lots of adjustments for secondary injectors and ignition.
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You may be best off to sell off as much "race" stuff as you can, then have the bike back to street legal and just sell it to someone who wants it as a streetbike? (unless you do not have the stock bodywork to go with your other stock parts to make it street legal and a title??? I saw no mention of title status...)

sad but true........
 

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"You may be best off to sell off as much "race" stuff as you can, then have the bike back to street legal and just sell it to someone who wants it as a streetbike? (unless you do not have the stock bodywork to go with your other stock parts to make it street legal and a title??? I saw no mention of title status...) sad but true........ "
If you take a close look at the pictures bike has original stock body work installed. Sharkskin is included with the bike. Clear Georgia Title. Street legal. I am the original owner.
 

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Nice bike, if I had the garage space would certainly be interested. An interesting piece of history. Certainly not one of my better pics but I think most can recognize who is on #95, #99 is in the background. 2005 AMA Superbike Races at Barber.

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