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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-26-2012, 04:51 PM
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How about slow speed maneuvering? Is the torque adequate for that or do u find u have to keep the revs pretty high for that also?
Say, if you were doing some of the msf drills...would it be difficult on the ninja?


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going through the MSF drills would be a breeze with these bikes. They're so light and easy to balance on, that you could do the figure-8 going around 3-5mph

low speed maneuvering is no problem for the Ninja 250 at all. It has as much torque as you really need. People just buy bigger bikes because they want more torque and more power

I'd recommend going and test driving the 250 (or the 300!) to get somewhat of a feel for it



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^ he's right. Hop on one and see how you feel. These bikes will almost hold themselves up. I added a tooth so my bike needs a tiny clutch sometimes but before that it was cake. ( I practiced the Msf drills in my gravel driveway and could do it.

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