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Kawasaki Ninja 250R


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oh. ninja 400R is really ex tho. last time i check it was like 21k OTR. and I believe there is only less than 20 of them in Singapore now, and it looks almost exactly like ninja 650R. The headlights look nice and the exhaust design is nice too

 

 

seriously expensive for a 400cc bike!

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Hi, i'm looking at the specs of this bike. like to check wif owners of the ninja 250. What's the fuel tank capacity? Specs say 18litres... Is it?

 

check out fuelly.com to compare ur bike fc. this bike carb model can get 25-30km/l.

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Hi, i'm looking at the specs of this bike. like to check wif owners of the ninja 250. What's the fuel tank capacity? Specs say 18litres... Is it?

 

check out fuelly.com to compare ur bike fc. this bike carb model can get 25-30km/l.

 

according to the manual, it states 17.8 litres. Evershine only bring in the EFI model. last fc i got on my bike was abt 30km/l

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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@xue ling

 

0-100 is how many seconds?

 

i see a website saying that it can do it in 5.75 sec..

 

http://www.bestbeginnermotorcycles.com/kawasaki-ninja-250-review

 

i nvr really go try but the power kicks in aft 6k rpm

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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Do you know how much is it new one on the road nowadays?

 

i got mine for almost 14k otr

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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you might wanna do a rough gauge?

 

personally do you think its possible?

 

 

according to the review, it is based on the older version of the bike (aka 3rd generation). according to what i found on Wikipedia, the ones that are currently being sold is the 4th generation models. the 3rd gen models can do 0-100km/h in 5.75 secs but the 4th gen models (with an increase of 10kg) can only do 0-100km/h in 7.72 secs

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_Ninja_250R

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s109/edalpha/DSC00291-1.jpg

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according to the review, it is based on the older version of the bike (aka 3rd generation). according to what i found on Wikipedia, the ones that are currently being sold is the 4th generation models. the 3rd gen models can do 0-100km/h in 5.75 secs but the 4th gen models (with an increase of 10kg) can only do 0-100km/h in 7.72 secs

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_Ninja_250R

 

oh i see. looks like i didn't read properly, thanks for the clarification :angel:

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oh i see. looks like i didn't read properly, thanks for the clarification :angel:

 

no problem. u thinking of getting a ninja 250r?

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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Thinking of getting this bike too, but people said because this bike isn't popular, it wont be easy to sell.

17 Nov 2011 - April 2013, NSR150 SP

12 June 2013 - 23 Jan 2015, CBR400RRR

23 February 2015 - 29 February 2016, YZF R6 2006

12 March 2016 - 12 May 2017, CBR1000RR05

July 2017 - Jan 2019, YZF R1 2008/CBF150

 

Aug 2019 - Current SYM Joyride 200

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How come urs so gd can get 30km/l? did u do any mods to it or? i just got mine and it seem to be 18km/l.

 

no mods done, bike is fully stock. cuz my odometer is running in miles and 30km/l is aft conversion from miles to km.

 

according to the uncle at Evershine, as long as ur speedometer has mph as the outer circle and km/h as the inner circle, most likely the odometer will be running in miles

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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no mods done, bike is fully stock. cuz my odometer is running in miles and 30km/l is aft conversion from miles to km.

 

according to the uncle at Evershine, as long as ur speedometer has mph as the outer circle and km/h as the inner circle, most likely the odometer will be running in miles

 

Hopefully thats the case, i did the calculation based on ur scenario and i get roughly 25km/h which seems not bad lol. Will go double check whether the odometer is in miles or km though.

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Hopefully thats the case, i did the calculation based on ur scenario and i get roughly 25km/h which seems not bad lol. Will go double check whether the odometer is in miles or km though.

 

can try checking ur odometer when travelling from 1 place to another. my odometer shows only 15.5 when i travelled from home to work whereas on my previous bike it shows 25. that's why i was certain that my odometer was running in miles

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

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Ya, the thing is a work of art but the price of it is even more beautiful. Now back to my original question, do u or anyone here know malaysia where can service the bike?

 

not sure you already get your answer,

In JB Tun Aminah there are 1 shop call MotorMatic,

they service quit a lot of Kawasaki Bike and they are official spare part seller also.

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I think it depends how your riding the bike. My last 4 bikes have all been 600cc and above. Then i move to Singapore and i wanted a daily commuter so i bought the 250R.

 

I spend most of the time between 8-12k rpm, and i only get about 20km/L... its the 'fun' part of the bike imo

 

Still its a fun little bike in the traffic, easy to throw around, handling is good (and my past bike was an R1) more exciting that some of the 400s. Only complaint is the riding position is too upright, need to be over the bars more. Still i highly recommend for those as an entry level into road bike riding abd all those ride bikers who want to test their skills.

Current Ride: 2015 MV Augusta Brutale DRAGSTER RR

 

Previous Rides: 1989 Honda CBR250 RR / 2003 Yamaha YZF-R6 / 2004 Yamaha YZF-R1 / 2006 Yamaha YZR- R1 / 2005 Yamaha YZF-R6 (Rossi edn) / 2008 Kawasaki ZX250-R

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I think it depends how your riding the bike. My last 4 bikes have all been 600cc and above. Then i move to Singapore and i wanted a daily commuter so i bought the 250R.

 

I spend most of the time between 8-12k rpm, and i only get about 20km/L... its the 'fun' part of the bike imo

 

Still its a fun little bike in the traffic, easy to throw around, handling is good (and my past bike was an R1) more exciting that some of the 400s. Only complaint is the riding position is too upright, need to be over the bars more. Still i highly recommend for those as an entry level into road bike riding abd all those ride bikers who want to test their skills.

 

i usually maintain abt 8k-10k rpm while on the expressway depending on the traffic condition, maybe that's why i'm able to get 30km/l

 

yes, the riding posture is too upright unlike the typical 600 or 1000 sportsbikes.

18/10/07 - 19/08/08 : Honda NSR150 SP

21/08/08 - 24/09/09 : Honda Wave S 125

02/10/09 - 22/02/12 : Yamaha X1-R

09/04/12 - 13/02/15 : Kawasaki Ninja 250R

24/12/14 - 24/02/16 : Honda Wave R 125

29/06/16 : Honda MSX 125

 

http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s109/edalpha/DSC00291-1.jpg

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can try checking ur odometer when travelling from 1 place to another. my odometer shows only 15.5 when i travelled from home to work whereas on my previous bike it shows 25. that's why i was certain that my odometer was running in miles

 

Ya, i think the mileage is being calculated in miles. I look at the mileage from point a to b and realize it is lower alot then my previous bike.

 

not sure you already get your answer,

In JB Tun Aminah there are 1 shop call MotorMatic,

they service quit a lot of Kawasaki Bike and they are official spare part seller also.

 

Do u have the exact address or can u like roughly describe how to go there? Jb I only know how to go to those places nearer to the checkpoint nia lol. I have a mechanic at bak por lane there who can order the parts for me la but then i think it would be more convenient to do directly to the place where it has all the stocks on hand.

 

 

I think it depends how your riding the bike. My last 4 bikes have all been 600cc and above. Then i move to Singapore and i wanted a daily commuter so i bought the 250R.

 

I spend most of the time between 8-12k rpm, and i only get about 20km/L... its the 'fun' part of the bike imo

 

Still its a fun little bike in the traffic, easy to throw around, handling is good (and my past bike was an R1) more exciting that some of the 400s. Only complaint is the riding position is too upright, need to be over the bars more. Still i highly recommend for those as an entry level into road bike riding abd all those ride bikers who want to test their skills.

 

U can get the woodcraft clip ons (specially made for ninja 250r) which will lower down the handle bars and that will give it a more sportier feel and handling. Do let me know if u r going to order one, i'm going to get one as well soon i think lol. that way maybe we can save on the shipping!

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