Looks nice! :mfclap
Most won't race the bike, and its nice to have the extra grunt without having to pay the doubled insurance cost of the 1000I'm still confused as to why they brought back the 636 instead of the 750 if they wanted ressurect something... :headscratch
The 636 is a strange thing, its not a race regulation engine and its not a big enough jump in displacement from the 599 to justify mass production in my opinion. I thought thats why they stopped making them to begin with.
With the 750 there is only the gixxer to compete with for supersport bikes and everyone used to love ZX-7R. On top of that its a nice jump in displacement from the 599 but a good amount less than the 998 to justify mass production. I think more people would opt to buy that over the 636 and those looking for a 600 will still be happy with the ZX6 just as they always have been. :dunno
The extra grunt of 36cc isn't all that much more than 599... And that just further proves my point, they should have the 750 for extra grunt without expense of 1000.Most won't race the bike, and its nice to have the extra grunt without having to pay the doubled insurance cost of the 1000
It also gets hot for the poor passenger sitting there :lol The CBR 600's still use it, but their 1000's do not. Plus honda is still basically using the same platform from 5 years ago :dunnoBut it looks hot, and also the cbr's still do it if Im correct...
It will produce slightly more torque. The 636's of old only produce 4lb-ft more torque than their 600cc counterparts, so I'm interested to see how much of a jump it makes. The 675 is a sweet bike but also has a different type of engine.It should produce slightly more torque, which is where the Triumph 675R would always beat the ZX6 in road tests.