However, the riding position looks as if it remains the same; according to the images below.
Kawasaki has yet to announce its peak performance except announcing that the 649 displacement engine delivers an "increased engine performance" and "more torque in the everyday range". Price however is still a "hush-hush" from the firm.
Besides than the facelift, the updates include a new tubular steel chasis, a new exhaust design and instrument and a "banana" shaped twin-tube swingarm. The bike has also gained minimalist bodywork inspired by the latest Z1000SX (sources taken from : http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/News/newsresults/New-bikes/2011/October/oct1011-all-new-2012-kawasaki-er6f/)
Enjoy the pictures! :)
"Girl you're doing fineeeeee.... D*mn fine!!!"
"You're strippin' for me, eh? NAKED...."
"Ummphh... Ummpph.... Look at that fine *ss of yours!"
- All images are taken from the internet sources, such as http://www.motorcyclenews.com/. The author has no copyrights onto these images and all credit are given to the respective parties where these images were taken from.
- Post are merely author's view on the motorcycle. It is not an actual statement from Kawasaki, only some info are taken from Kawasaki's announcements from other sites. Credit to http://www.motorcyclenews.com/ for thorough info on the motorcycle.