2013 NINJA 300 Kawasaki_300 new 296 cc engine

New 296cc Engine Compact parallel-twin design offers good mass centralization for nimble handling • Tuned to deliver smooth, step-free power with excellent mid-range and high-rpm power for effective highway performance • New intake ports taper from 1mm wider at the throttle body to .5mm wider at the valve seats • New 23.6mm intake valves are 1mm larger than last year • New cam chain design reduces friction for increased power and efficiency • Revised 10.6:1 compression ratio allows the use of regular 87-octane unleaded gasoline and helps reduce operating temperatures • New lighter pistons reduce reciprocating weight and feature a hard anodized coating for reduced friction and increased performance at every rpm • Revised piston bottoms efficiently route cooling oil across underside of piston • New lighter piston pins reduce reciprocating weight and help preserve a high redline • New shorter connecting rods offset new longer crank throws • New sleeveless "open-deck" die-cast aluminum cylinders are 800 grams lighter and feature a friction-reducing "T-treatment" plating • New thicker crankshaft balancer webs help offset the new longer crank throws • New crank journal bearings are made from a stronger alloy for increased durability • New crank cases feature improved oil passages • New large-volume 2.4 liter oil pan features cooling fins and better ground clearance • New easy-to-access cartridge type spin-on oil filter helps simplify maintenance

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My thoughts as a new rider of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 as a first bike
Like my Facebook page at http://facebook.com/EMTYX86 . Have a suggestion, question or video idea? Post it to my Facebook! Thank you for your support! In this video, I do a walk around of my 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS, and talk about my thoughts and opinions of it as a new rider. Is this a good choice for a first bike? Or are you better off with the Honda CBR500? You tell me. Here is a good article that compares the Ninja 300 to the CBR500: http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/comparisons/122_1307_honda_cbr500r_vs_kaw asaki_ninja_300/off_the_record.html Check out my review of the bike after riding it for 6 months! http://youtu.be/f-IpDdofWhg





Ninja 300 vs Ninja 1000
Matt and Heather test out Kawasaki's Special Edition Ninja 300 and 1000. Strap in for a road trip and some helpful facts.





2013 NINJA 300 Kawasaki 300 new styling, instrumental and seat
New High-Tech Instrumentation Large easy-to-read analog tachometer • Multifunction digital display features an easy-to-read speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, digital clock and warning lights • Economical riding indicator (ECO) illuminates to let the rider know when they are operating the Ninja 300 in a manner that will maximize fuel economy Ergonomics New rider's seat design is narrower near its front section, making it easier for riders to reach the ground • New passenger seat features a flatter design which makes it easier to secure cargo or soft luggage • Slightly forward-slanting seat and wide, slightly raised handlebars give the Ninja 300 a naturally comfortable riding position





Ninja 300 vs Honda CBR500R
Finally met the nemesis of the Ninja 300, the Honda CBR500RR. It was very quick. I am surprised it is a learner bike. Those extra 200cc make a big difference! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NinjaOn2Wheels




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