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  1. General
    My 2012 Ninja starts but DOES NOT stay on. I have cleaned the carburetor, change the fuel valve, changed the spark plugs, changed the oil, played with the idle button. But it still doesn't stay on. Anyone? Thanks for your valuable opinion.
  2. Technical
    My 2012 Ninja starts but DOES NOT stay on. I have cleaned the carburetor, change the fuel valve, changed the spark plugs, changed the oil, played with the idle button. But it still doesn't stay on. Anyone? Thanks for your valuable opinion.
  3. Technical
    Just washed my bike today, upon inspection later on I found that the brake light doesn't switch on when either brake lever/pedal is depressed. I have no clue what could be wrong, I also found that some water had gotten under and into the rear seat while I was washing it earlier. I guess what I'm...
  4. Buy / Sell / Trade
    Looking for a straight fairing stay (the metal bracket) for new gen ninja 08-12.
  5. Buy / Sell / Trade
    I need the stay bar where the tachometers mount on. Thanks. Message me will purchase. -Joseph
  6. Technical
    Ok so Ill start by saying Im a rookie at fixing bikes. Wrecked my bike a couple months back and working on putting it back together. Its an 09' Ninja 250R. Today I replaced the right stay step holder. First problem.. there are 2 springs behind it.. on big one wich i connected to the nob with...
  7. General
    Holy crap, I got caught out riding home last night (stayed at school longer than I had planned) and I thought my jacket and gloves would keep me warm, but that windchill froze my ass! What do you guys do to stay warm on the Ninja 250? It's not like it has much wind protection. I'm afraid to wear...
  8. Technical
    So I just got my wife's bike out from storage today and opened the choke to start it and it did, but will not stay running after applying the throttle or closing the choke at all. I seriously let the bike run for 30 minutes with the choke open before I could rev the throttle up. What the hell...
  9. General
    1. Assume you're invisible. To a lot of drivers, you are. Never make a move based on the assumption that another driver sees you, even if you've made eye contact. Bikes don't register to the four-wheel mind. 2. Be considerate. The consequences of strafing the jerk du jour or cutting him off...
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