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  1. News
    Read more about the 2016 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R First First-Ride Review + Video at Motorcycle.com.
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  3. The New Ninja 250
    This review is about the Sport Demons tires. Right now I'm still scrubbing the tires. I will do 3 reviews and update my post every 50-100 miles that I put on the tires until it hits 300 miles. My first 100 miles sucked, the tires were slick, so any kind of leaning would cause it to slide. I...
  4. Kawasaki Ninja 250R News and Reviews
    It looks like a hypersport, but its seating position is as comfortable as a standard's. It's named after a line of superfast bikes, but is sedate enough for beginners. Its build quality is high, but its price is about as low as it gets. But then, does Kawasaki's Ninja 250R even need an...
  5. General
    This is the stand that holds your front forks using 2 heavy duty, and rubber padded, clips. It comes in 3 pieces and with all the necessary washers/nuts (4 of each). The stand was easy and straight forward to assemble, took me just about 5 minutes to properly tighten all the nuts in place...
  6. General
    It's 100% Synthetic Ester, viscosity remains constant at high temperature, resist viscosity break down twice as long as conventional oil etc... Do you really feel the difference at all? After 300+ miles, yes I do but not by much. The engine seems to be smoother at high revs, and it revs up a bit...
  7. General
    Pros: Nice fit and finish, light weight (relatively speaking), good value, simple "easy to use" tool-less visor mechanism, removable liner. Cons: no chin curtain, only 3 adjustable air vents and 2 non-adjustable vents, hard to open visor. This is my 5th HJC helmet, and every time they have...
  8. The New Ninja 250
    I bought a bunch of OEM parts for my 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R from them, using their online OEM parts catalog. It took just about a week for all the parts to be delivered and I'm happy with the service. The site is a bit difficult to navigate around at first, but not too bad once you got the...
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    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/displayitem.taf?Itemnumber=96349 It's definitely not as sturdy as the Baxley, and I will not recommend sitting on the bike while it's being supported by this chock. Although, it's exactly what I need: to hold the front wheel in place while being...
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    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/Article_Page.aspx?ArticleID=5920 "In terms of real world performance, the little Ninja engine is a scrapper. Far from sedate for a 250, Kawi claims internal mods increase low and mid-range pop. From what we recall of the old 250, this is true, but the extra juice...
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