Ninja 650R Oil Change 1/2
Part 1 of 2
Doing an oil change on a 2009 Kawasaki Nina 650R. It's EXTREMELY easy to do
an oil change, and I show you here. It took me about 30 minutes to do the
change, including clean up.
First part, I remove the lower fairing, put the bike on lift stands, and
drain the oil pan and take off the oil filter.
2012 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 oil change - without fairing removal - introduction
2012/2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650 oil change - the easy way without removal of
filter and oil change on Kawasaki Ninja 650
drain plug - 17 mm socket
2" 3/8" extension
front sprocket cover bolts - 8 mm "long" socket
oil filter "cup" is a Toyota style part number W54118 from Performance Tool
Correct oil filter from local source or Kawasaki (A Mobile1 M1-110 will fit
- use at own risk)
10w40 - 2 Quarts ( you will have a little left over )
Noob Crashing Ninja 650R In Parking Lot
This is part 3 of 3. The first video is me riding with this a Honda CBR.
The second video shows me crashing. And the third video will be short and
show my crash from multiple camera views.....which I'm sure you'll love.
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Ninja 650 vs Honda CBR 150R
Raw Crash Video - 2012 Ninja 650
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2009 Ninja 650R Review @1200 miles
I share some thoughts of the bike after 1200 miles of riding.
Problems or issues with the bike. IMO
1. Mirror vibration makes it impossible to see objects/vehicles behind you
clearly. When the the clutch is pulled in the mirrors do become usable...eh
but you loose speed and that's just not fun.
2.License plate bracket is not esthetically pleasing
3. Handle bars could be lower to give a more aggressive position
Things i like about the bike-
1. 45 miles per gallon with the way i ride
2. Front turn signals are flush with the body
3. Screen has great visibility at all times.
4. Great power for a first street bike.
Ninja 650R Oil Change 2/2
Part 1 of 2 Doing an oil change on a 2009 Kawasaki Nina 650R. It's
EXTREMELY easy to do an oil change, and I show you here. It took me about
30 minutes to do the change, including clean up. This part, I put on the
new filter, torque it to 13 ft.lbs, put on the oil drain bolt, torque that
to 22 ft.lbs. Add oil, start the engine to fill the oil filter, and check
the oil level. After that, I put the fairing back on, then it's done (aside
from clean up, recycling of the oil, and remove the bike from the stands)
If you need more information, a good site for the 650R oil change is :
Yamaha MT-07 vs Kawasaki ER-6N(Ninja 650r) Review
In this video of Man in the Golden Suit review, we compared Kawasaki ER-6N
(Ninja 650r) and Yamaha MT-07.
Compare of looks, tires, suspensions, grip, fuel comsumption, speed,
handling, prices in streets of city either in track.
Both are stylish and comfortable... We tested whelie and brake performance,
throttle responses too.
Ninja 650R Tribute
Life of my Green ninja 650r from crash to renewal
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maintenance stuff. Right now I have air filter replacement. I'll be adding