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  1. News
    Clymer Manuals are an ideal addition to your DIY motorcycle repair kit. Learn More: 5 Reasons To Use a Professional Manual for DIY Motorcycle Repair Motorcycles are often ridden as a hobby or passion on special trips and voyages and are typically used to unwind and relax on the open road...
  2. Maintenance
    I recently bought my first bike on craigslist as a project bike. It was sitting outside on the street for a year, so I emptied the tank, put on new plugs and got new fuel in it. It turned over, but won't start unless you spray a bit of starter fluid in the intake. After it got warmed up for a...
  3. Maintenance
    Hi everybody! I just joined this forum because I had a couple questions that I needed help with. I bought a used 2012 Ninja 250 but there are a lot of scratches and stuff with the fairing of the bike. I went online to look for a right side fairing piece and it was perfect. The only trouble is...
  4. Modifications
    Hey everybody, First post here... I already did a quick search and came up with no results. Been riding for about 3 months now on my 2009 ninja 250R and started learning the basics of how to knee drag while turning. I was just working on positioning on the bike and getting comfortable with how...
  5. Classic Ninja 250
    I recently got a 2003 250r ninja with just over 3k miles and has been in storage for years. I would like your ideas on what i need clean , check , fix or replace. So far I have replaced the battery, ignition switch, gas cap, new plugs, changed the oil, antifreeze, clean replaced all filters...
  6. Classic Ninja 250
    Need a frame with a clear title for my 05 250r if anyone has one or knows where I can get one please let me know , thanks for your time
  7. General
    Tire technology is a far cry from what they used to be but the roadways are still laden with sharp objects to puncture them. Todays tires are so tough that sudden deflations and disintegrations are a rare occurrence that few riders will have to experience it. Lets’ face it. Someday your...
  8. Technical
    A few days after having changed my oil, I noticed that my clutch stated fading... and it wasn't long before the cable broke. Now, I can replace the cable easily enough... just have to deal with a fairing screw that's got a stripped head :ohcrap ... but I noticed that the clutch lever on the...
  9. Technical
    Your bike probably squeaks going anywhere from 10mph up to 35 or even 40mph. That is because the front axle is waaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyy to tight.You need to loosen it up. The best way is to put it up on stands,and remove the axle completely. You then want to lube all the parts that rest on the axle...
  10. 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.
  11. The New Ninja 250
    You can order both the service repair manual and the owner's manual directly from Kawasaki. The service repair manual will have very specific instructions as far as servicing your bike, where as the owner's manual will have very general information as far as how to operate your Ninja 250R...
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