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  1. Technical
    i just bought a 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R that is basically brand new, but the previous owner installed lowering links (back only) because they were quite shorter than i am. I have the OEM Rod-ties to replace the links but i am new to this and cannot figure out the best way to take off the links...
  2. The New Ninja 250
    Do I have to remove both left and right lowers to remove the middle fairing? Also is there a way to take the middle fairing off without the headlight? I want it to stay on the bike. Thanks.
  3. Technical
    Does anyone know how to properly remove the mirrors on the 2009 Ninja 250R?
  4. General
    Is there an alternative to a jack for swingarm removal? Maybe ease the motor onto a block of wood with a rear stand? I'm trying to cut cost and do this without purchasing a jack.
  5. The New Ninja 250
    The spark plugs can be removed through the sides, behind the side fairings. You do not need to remove the gas tank to get to them on the 2008+ Ninja 250R's. You can either use the 16mm plug wrench, or the wrench that in the included tool kit (16mm, part #92110-0044). Wrench size: 16mm (part...
  6. Technical
    It was a pain. The mounting brackets are actually inside the front fairing, and you can't remove the front fairing without having to remove both side fairings.
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