Few model names in the sportbike world are as iconic as "Ninja", and one of the most well-known recent Ninjas is the 636cc ZX-6R. This supersport-class sportbike has earned itself universal renown on the track, street, and even in the hands of stunters. The bike's almost equally iconic 636cc inline-four engine is good for 126.056hp and 70.8Nm of torque, which puts it at a little bit of a power advantage over its typically 599cc competitors. The current ZX-6R, equipped with more advanced technology than ever, combines sharp styling with an incorporated air intake in between the headlights so it absolutely looks like it means business.To round out the whole ZX-6R package, Kawasaki has equipped the bike with class-leading Showa suspension bits and a full suite of Kawasaki electronic goodies, which includes 3-mode Kawasaki traction control, power mode selection, and the Kawasaki intelligent anti-lock braking system. Not quite content with building a simple crotch rocket, Kawasaki put together a veritable track weapon that happens to be legal on the street.