Hi guys,em looking for Kawasaki 636 model 2005-6,if somebody got this bike and wanna sell it than mail me your contact no or drop it here in this thread.. (Bike Not acceptable in green colour)
get some1 from pindi to give u the contact details of CAR CAFE near scheme 3
they had one in i guess similar colour uve posted
hey bro i've seen 1 in lahore main walton road showroom but if u r intrested in gsxr600 i got 1 u will like my machine
@msaudkhanThanks but i only want 636.
really love ds bike man...@wildspirit bro im selling my r6 if u r interested u can contact me at 0321-8888292..thanks
model is 2005km done 21000reg: apl hidsafter market exaust K&n air filterK&n Oil filter Tyres are in very good condition
hi bro i have a kawasaki 636 2006 of my friend oridinal bike 2000 km done and black color app apna cell number send karain aur may app ko bike dtail send karo ga aur bike is in lahore ok
@ayaz bro can u tell me that bike colour?
^ yar he mentioned its in black colour
@spangleThanks,i have seen your bike on pw,its nice..wish it was a 2007 r6,wud have gone for it,still i havnt found a clean 636,so kindly pm me your final price,i ll chk it out.
@ayazi have sent you the no.
i also like R6 n 636 but hey guys check my gsxr too
KAWASAKI seems to have come up with a bike to rival all the other 600’s on today’s market. The new ZX-6R in 636 guise not only looks sharp, but is extremely fast and takes almost everything in its stride. It really is a bike for the ‘real world’ and will do just about anything that the likes of the GSXR 600 and R6 can do without that ‘living on the edge’ feeling. It will be out-scratched on the track, but as a bike for all types of riding and roads it’s very hard to beat. I got the distinct feeling when riding the new 636 of the refinement and civility of the CBR 600 but with crisper handling and a generally sharper bike all round.The new ZX6R has kept that typical Kawasaki aggressive look about it with the huge ram-air intake situated under its two raked headlights. The chassis is unchanged for 2002 but the minor mods to the enormous 46mm forks give the front end a smooth action and a positive feedback on most roads. This together with the Dunlop D207 tyres, now up to 120/65 ZR17 front and a massive 180/55 ZR17 rear – the same as most 750’s and some larger bikes – makes this new 636 cope superbly with anything the road can throw at it.