Throttle: 2011 Honda CBR 250R vs 2010/11 Kawasaki Ninja 250R

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2011 Honda CBR 250R vs Kawasaki Ninja 250R

April, 2011, and there be a war for a throne which was being by the Kawasaki Ninja 250R for the more than one year. The the new for the calendar year 2011, CBR 250R. But will the Honda CBR have enough steam to the mighty Ninja which has had an of more than 20 years of the best in the class?

Well, have a look at how the specs for the bikes compare up

Three differences between the engines of the machines are —

The Bore x ratio

The Compression ratio

Peak output

Peak Torque

The Bore x Stroke Ratio

As can be clearly seen that a Bore x Stroke ratio of 76 x 55 mm the Honda CBR 250R engine is lower than that of the Ninja 250R at 62 x 41.2 mm which means that the torque of the Honda CBR 250R be coming at slightly lower than the Kawasaki Ninja A quick look at the peak figures proves the point, as the CBR develops it’s peak at 8000 rpms and the Ninja develops it’s peak at 8200 rpms.

The Compression Ratio

The Kawasaki 250R with a compression of 11.6:1, gains over the CBR 250R which has a compression 10.7:1. This means the Ninja 250R has better efficiency and is able to extract mechanical energy from a mass of air-fuel mixture. translates into the fact the Ninja 250R would be to build speeds quicker the CBR 250R.

Honda CBR 250 R ABS
Honda CBR 250 R ABS

Peak Power

Clearly, with it’s Twin configuration and higher ratio, the Kawasaki Ninja wins over the Honda CBR by a handsome margin. But here we to consider the fact that though running on a single mill, the Honda is generating a healthy power number, but the clearly zips ahead by Just imagine what fun it have been to ride the CBR 250RR, producing 40 HP at 14500 with Transverse four DOHC motor ( with contemporary styling of-course )!!

Peak Torque

Even a single cylinder motor, the CBR with 22.9 Nm Torque at rpm generates marginally more than the Ninja 250R 22 Nm Torque at 8200 rpm. So, the CBR is higher on torque than the with it’s configuration.

So, apart from the engine, the visible and prominent difference the Kawasaki Ninja 250R and the CBR 250R is the presence of optional on the later. This, from my of view is a great feature to in any motorcycle and going by the reviews heard from people the Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade the C-ABS feature, this works like magic and is confidence inspiring. So, price apart, anyone who decides to go for the CBR 250R, must go for the C-ABS of the bike, it’s worth extra penny shelled

So, what’s the result of the comparison? it’s very evident the Kawasaki Ninja 250R is the radical of the two and is more performance The Honda CBR 250R is more on the touring side and is actually a from it’s CBR tag genome.

For the Honda CBR 250R definitely refreshing and the given the price tag and the that it would be manufactured in the bike would definitely it’s share of moolah and might also succeed in inroads into the market of the Kawasaki Ninja 250R, but the big lies in the realization of the fact will 26.4 HP be able to the performance apatite the presence of a succulent 33 PS? Well, India is a sentimental country, you never what’s next :)

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