Questions and answers

How often should I service my Ninja 300?

How often should I service my Ninja 300?

Something like first service after 1000 km or (not sure how many) months, whichever comes first, then every 5000 km or six months, whichever comes first.

What is the service cost of Ninja 300?

There are no free service for any of the kawasaki bikes (sad)Each service will cost you Rs. 5200 average. Each 4th service will cost you around Rs. 12000 for a 300 cc bike.

Is the Ninja 300 good for long rides?

What this means is that the engine runs stress free at speeds around 100-120kmph which makes the Ninja 300 an excellent touring machine as much as track day bike. And it’s quite efficient as well. Consider the 17-litre fuel tank and the Ninja 300 offers a good tank range, again highlighting it’s touring cred.

How many miles can you put on a Ninja?

The Ninja 250 motor has a typical lifetime of about 50-60,000 miles. This is highly variable. One rider (Bill Hoddinott) had a motor last 88,000 miles.

Which is the best engine oil for Ninja 300?

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When should I change the oil in my Ninja 300?

Ninja 300 is a solidly built motorcycle that just needs regular oil changes and chain tightening/lubing….To maintain the bike properly all you need is:

  1. Oil change every 5000km or 3 months.
  2. Engine service for every 7500km, or 10.000km.
  3. Oil filter change after changing the oil twice (which is around 10.000km).
  4. A.

Is the Ninja 300 reliable?

If you are after a cool-looking A2-legal bike it is great value and a tried and tested machine in terms of reliability with a fair amount of sporting potential. The 400 is certainly a step further up the Ninja tree, but the 300 shouldn’t be over-looked.

Is the Ninja 300 good?

But that leads me to my next point: The Ninja 300 is not just a great beginner motorcycle, it’s a great motorcycle period! If you get the chance to ride a 600cc, 750cc, or even 1000+cc motorcycles you will quickly discover that your bike can go MUCH faster than any posted speed limit in America.

How fast does the Ninja 300 go?

Kawasaki Ninja 300

Manufacturer Kawasaki
Engine 296 cc (18.1 cu in) liquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve DOHC parallel-twin
Bore / stroke 62.0 mm × 49 mm (2.44 in × 1.93 in)
Compression ratio 10.6:1
Top speed 171–192 km/h (106–119 mph)

How many miles will a Ninja 300 go?

The mileage of Kawasaki Ninja 300 is 32.1 kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Ninja 300.

What is considered high mileage for a Kawasaki Ninja?

“The Ninja 250 motor has a typical lifetime of about 50 to 60 thousand miles. Some engines last less time, and some last more. One rider (Bill Hoddinott) had a motor last 88,000 miles (that motor was taken out by a failing camchain tensioner; Bill reported that the rest of the motor looked fine upon tearing it down).

Are there any problems with the Kawasaki Ninja 300?

If you are buying a used Ninja 300, you may want to inquire about this issue. Per reports, the problem results from foreign particles getting trapped in the ABS inlet or outlet valve. This can lead to the anti-lock brakes’ failure, which puts the rider at risk of a collision or crash. Kawasaki issued a recall for bikes affected by the problem.

What causes Kawasaki Ninja 400 to lose speed?

This causes the bike to lose speed abruptly and may lead to crashes. Owners of the Ninja 400 report that the problem occurs mostly when they shift between higher gears, e.g., fourth, fifth, and sixth gears. For some Ninja 400 owners, transmission problems on their bikes take the form of erratic shifting.

What to do if your Ninja 250 has a leak?

To know if a leak is behind the running problems, spray WD40 or brake cleaner around the vacuum lines and intake manifolds. If you detect a jump in the engine’s RPM, then it’s likely your leak. In most cases, mechanics trace the poor engine performance on Ninja 250s to faulty carburetors.

What’s the name of the Kawasaki Ninja Bike?

One of its popular nameplates is the Ninja, which has spawned a series of entry-level bikes: The Ninja 250, Ninja 300, and Ninja 400. Many people, especially beginner riders, love these bikes because they are cheap and easier to ride than the bigger sportbikes.