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Kawasaki Ninja 250R


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8.5k only ah machine price ???? serious bo

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Yeah, tested it..pretty impressive for a 250cc bike...specs on it can go at arnd 10k..Still running in though..so have not tested it's true power yet..Will update more on you guys..cheers!

 

Its not pretty impressive, its very impressive. I think alot of pple eyeing a 600cc bike will buy this instead after reading your post.

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Check out the acceleration from 0-100kmph (timed) and further to 170kmph!!

 

 

Bro, look carefully at the time bar below. If you notice the duration between move off and when the needle hits 100kph, its about 7s. Your "tested" is not refering to this are you?

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Biting on the fray of my hair, I muse upon the way to find the oasis of evermore beyond the vertical horizon, I shall join the windupdeads in owl city, neither my safetysuit nor my red jumpsuit apparatus can save me, cuz I mistook a death cab for cutie in plain white T's...

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Bro, look carefully at the time bar below. If you notice the duration between move off and when the needle hits 100kph, its about 7s. Your "tested" is not refering to this are you?

 

Hey bro, if you are looking for an answer that I am sure you won't find any better..unless you are riding one and can say the pickup is not as good...CheeRs

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Thing is I dont really need to ride one to know that a max 32bhp bike pulling a 172kg mass can pull off a 4s 0-100kph timing. Thats why i really need to know how you manage to get that.

 

I'm riding one btw... No offence.

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Biting on the fray of my hair, I muse upon the way to find the oasis of evermore beyond the vertical horizon, I shall join the windupdeads in owl city, neither my safetysuit nor my red jumpsuit apparatus can save me, cuz I mistook a death cab for cutie in plain white T's...

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Hello, I'm new here.. I'm Indonesian and I actually don't ride in Singapore, but I want to share my opinion about Kawasaki Ninja250 because I ride this bike in Indonesia. Basically, for a 250cc bike the dimension is quite big. If you're asking me about the power, to me personally for a 250cc bike this bike is good, it's quite easy to reach 70km/h from 0km/h, if you're asking me how many seconds to be honest I never calculate because it's not possible to calculate while riding, but it's relatively easy. If you look at the specification, it says the power is about [email protected] (engine measurement) and the fact says so, which means this good is friendly when you reach high rpm (above 7000rpm) -friendly means easy to handle- but if you've experienced riding big bike (400cc above) then this bike won't be a problem.

 

The only bad thing that I experience from this bike is when there's traffic jam. Indonesian traffic jam is highly tiring, but I believe you won't find it in Singapore.

 

If your previous bike is below 250cc and you're looking for an entry level bike which is easier to handle and good-looking, the new CBR250R will be good. But the consequence is the power isn't as big as Ninja250, it's only [email protected] (engine measurement).

 

this is my bike :-)

 

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and this is me:

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Nice bike bro, too bad you are not in Singapore else would have called you out for outing.

Aniwaes, nice bike you have, was having a hard time choosing the green or the black though, but chose green as Kawasaki's trademark..

Btw, what tyres did you change to or are you using stock tyres? CheeRs!!

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Nice bike bro, too bad you are not in Singapore else would have called you out for outing.

Aniwaes, nice bike you have, was having a hard time choosing the green or the black though, but chose green as Kawasaki's trademark..

Btw, what tyres did you change to or are you using stock tyres? CheeRs!!

 

thanks bro, actually i was thinking to get a bike in singapore but i have to reach 400cc license for 250cc bike, and i think it'll cost me a lot, so i decided to have it in indonesia.

 

I use bridgestone battlax BT45 size 150/70-17 rear and 120/70-17 front. If you're looking for a better grip tire, i recommend you to use Battlax BT90 since it's a soft-type tyre. anyway, do you know where i can get 2bros muffler for ninja250 in singaore?

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thanks bro, actually i was thinking to get a bike in singapore but i have to reach 400cc license for 250cc bike, and i think it'll cost me a lot, so i decided to have it in indonesia.

 

I use bridgestone battlax BT45 size 150/70-17 rear and 120/70-17 front. If you're looking for a better grip tire, i recommend you to use Battlax BT90 since it's a soft-type tyre. anyway, do you know where i can get 2bros muffler for ninja250 in singaore?

 

How much did you pay for it? I happened to use BT45 as well. 140 back and 110 front. I kind of think I overpaid.

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Biting on the fray of my hair, I muse upon the way to find the oasis of evermore beyond the vertical horizon, I shall join the windupdeads in owl city, neither my safetysuit nor my red jumpsuit apparatus can save me, cuz I mistook a death cab for cutie in plain white T's...

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thanks bro, actually i was thinking to get a bike in singapore but i have to reach 400cc license for 250cc bike, and i think it'll cost me a lot, so i decided to have it in indonesia.

 

I use bridgestone battlax BT45 size 150/70-17 rear and 120/70-17 front. If you're looking for a better grip tire, i recommend you to use Battlax BT90 since it's a soft-type tyre. anyway, do you know where i can get 2bros muffler for ninja250 in singaore?

 

How much did you pay for it? I happened to use BT45 as well. 140 back and 110 front. I kind of think I overpaid.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v416/urylle/284668.gif

 

Biting on the fray of my hair, I muse upon the way to find the oasis of evermore beyond the vertical horizon, I shall join the windupdeads in owl city, neither my safetysuit nor my red jumpsuit apparatus can save me, cuz I mistook a death cab for cutie in plain white T's...

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Front and back!? Thats Cheeeeeaaaaap! Or its just that I kenna chop. Cuz I don't know the market price of BT45. Now I know... Damn.... I paid like SGD$320.

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Biting on the fray of my hair, I muse upon the way to find the oasis of evermore beyond the vertical horizon, I shall join the windupdeads in owl city, neither my safetysuit nor my red jumpsuit apparatus can save me, cuz I mistook a death cab for cutie in plain white T's...

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thanks bro, actually i was thinking to get a bike in singapore but i have to reach 400cc license for 250cc bike, and i think it'll cost me a lot, so i decided to have it in indonesia.

 

I use bridgestone battlax BT45 size 150/70-17 rear and 120/70-17 front. If you're looking for a better grip tire, i recommend you to use Battlax BT90 since it's a soft-type tyre. anyway, do you know where i can get 2bros muffler for ninja250 in singaore?

 

I don't think you can get it in Singapore as it has not be validated by LTA. The only way to get it is through online shops like ebay, but the delivery costs could have turned you off.

You can choose to get it and installed it on your bike illegally, and it's harder to "close one eye" as Vicom rarely see this brand of exhausts. Just my 2 cents worth of knowledge..CheeRs!!

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Front and back!? Thats Cheeeeeaaaaap! Or its just that I kenna chop. Cuz I don't know the market price of BT45. Now I know... Damn.... I paid like SGD$320.

 

yes, it's front and rear.. in my hometown, Bandung BT45 is about SGD214.5. SGD320 for a pair of BT45 is surely too expensive, but I have no idea about the market price in Singapore

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Front and back!? Thats Cheeeeeaaaaap! Or its just that I kenna chop. Cuz I don't know the market price of BT45. Now I know... Damn.... I paid like SGD$320.

 

yes, it's front and rear.. in my hometown, Bandung BT45 is about SGD214.5. SGD320 for a pair of BT45 is surely too expensive, but I have no idea about the market price in Singapore

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Cool..so are you still riding the Ninja 250R?

 

well.. maybe i'll buy the muffler in indonesia.. in indonesia Yoshimura USA, two brothers and leo vince is about 6,800,000 rupiah which means almost SGD1000 (assume SGD1=7000rupiah) do you think it's too expensive?

 

I still ride the bike when I go back to Indonesia for holiday.. :-)

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