Recall: Kawasaki ZX-6R & ZX-10R

02/24/2012 @ 11:22 am, by Jensen Beeler6 COMMENTS

Kawasaki is recalling certain ZX-6R & ZX-10R motorcycles for a regulator/rectifier that may be improperly charging the motorcycle’s battery. Concerning Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R motorcycles from 2009-2012 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R motorcycles from 2008-2011, the NHTSA is reporting that 20,544 motorcycles are affect by the recall, all of which were manufactured between December 14, 2007 and July 26, 2011.

The recall is expected to start February 27, 2012 with Kawasaki notifying affected owners. Dealers will repair affected ZX-10R & ZX-6R free of charge. Concerned Kawasaki ZX-10R owners can contact Kawasaki’s consumer services department at 1-949-770-0400. As always the NHTSA is available at 1-888-327-4236 and

Source: NHTSA

  • irksome

    That’s an odd image to choose; combined with the headline, I assumed the seat and bodywork were defective.

  • JasonB

    Your info’s bad, it doesn’t effect the 2011 ZX-10R.

  • You better inform the NHTSA about that then.

  • JasonB

    I’ve seen the bulletin issued by Kawasaki. It’s possible Kawasaki changes the range, but currently the official bulletin only lists 2008-2010 ZX-10R’s. The 2011-12 does use the same part number but may be from a run that doesn’t have the issue. The NHTSA simply regurgitates information, they are not the primary source.

  • MikeD

    Good for them and for not trying to shove it in that part of the costumers where the Sun usually don’t shine and make them pay for a defective part.

  • JasonB

    Looks like the NHTSA fixed their mistake. :)