U.S. Model Ninja 300 Revealed by Kawasaki in Times Square …

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U.S. Model Ninja 300 by Kawasaki in Times Square

As Kawasaki announced today the 2013 Ninja 300 will be at U.S. dealerships.  The for the non-ABS model will be an of $4,799.

 The ABS model be priced at $5,499 in the U.S.

The fuel injected 296cc twin engine should a very large increase in over the outgoing carbureted 250R.  Not only the entirely new model receive a 20% in displacement, the modern fuel process and other engine have led to a bike that easily exceed 110 mph.

By Honda’s CRB250R struggles to 90 mph and the outgoing Ninja 250R, already significantly more than the Honda with its cylinder engine, struggles to 100 mph. Clearly, cruising at speeds will be no issue for the new bike, which should significant acceleration in reserve at speeds.  Kawasaki has even a slipper clutch to the new model, and pull is extremely light I have already verified sitting on a production unit in New

MD will be testing the new Ninja 300 in California early next so tune in for our in-depth impressions.

the bike in the flesh here in New the fit and finish seems superb for class, and the new instrumentation is well and legible.  The new, 140 section rear tire the bike look like a sportbike, and the wider rim should even larger rubber for and track enthusiasts (make you check the tire manufacturer’s rim width).

Somehow, the bike seems smaller and lighter than its when rocking it side-to-side, I know the curb weight has slightly.  An even lower height, and seemingly narrower undoubtedly contribute to this  Riders who are short of stature absolutely love this

Kawasaki claims the big performance is coupled with improved economy, which is something we be sure to test when we get a unit.  The fuel of the outgoing model is already so the new bike should be a highly commuter.

From the sophisticated to the significantly boosted performance, the Ninja 300 appears, on paper at to be perhaps the ultimate fun, yet practical sportbike.  Kawasaki has continued with the upright, ergonomics of the outgoing model.

The is a thorough rundown by Kawasaki of the new Ninja 300 features and benefits, by the specifications for this new model:

and Benefits

What’s New

296cc parallel-twin design offers far highway passing power and dominant acceleration compared to lightweight sportbikes

New Digital Injection (DFI ® ) system dual 32mm throttle and provides both improved economy and cleaner emissions to last year’s 250

New F.C.C. with assist and slipper provides more power capability with significantly effort.  Design also clutch easier to modulate and reduce the effect of back-torque to wheel hop when downshifting

New bodywork takes its cues the Ninja ® ZX™-10R superbike and lightweight sportbike styling to the level

New frame uses high-tensile main tubes that are more rigid and provide feel and agility compared to year’s 250

New 10-spoke 17-inch look great and the rear rim has ½” wider, allowing the use of a larger rear tire for 2013

six-speed transmission features a new shift drum for smoother and stronger gears for maximum It also offers wide of ratios to match varied conditions and its positive neutral makes it much easier to neutral when stopped

Air Management System (KAMS) a special deflector to channel hot air the back of the radiator, so that it the bottom of the motorcycle, instead of blown onto the rider

Low seat height and tapered boosts confidence for smaller

New 296cc Engine

Compact design offers good centralization for nimble handling

to deliver smooth, step-free with excellent mid-range and power for effective highway

New intake ports taper 1mm wider at the throttle body to wider at the valve seats

New intake valves are 1mm larger last year

New cam chain reduces friction for increased and efficiency

Revised 10.6:1 ratio allows the use of regular unleaded gasoline and helps operating temperatures

New lighter reduce reciprocating weight and a hard anodized coating for friction and increased performance at rpm

Revised piston bottoms route cooling oil across of piston

New lighter piston reduce reciprocating weight and preserve a high redline

New shorter connecting rods new longer crank throws

New “open-deck” …-cast aluminum are 800 grams lighter and feature a “T-treatment” plating

New thicker balancer webs help the new longer crank throws

New journal bearings are made a stronger alloy for increased

New crank cases feature oil passages

New large-volume 2.4 liter oil pan cooling fins and better clearance

New easy-to-access cartridge spin-on oil filter helps maintenance

New Exhaust System

New 2-into-1 header design to the Ninja 300’s low- and torque and smooth, step-free curve

New complex geometry design offers modern and meets all regulations without engine performance

New large metal silencer guard noise reduction and helps passenger from exhaust

Meets strict Euro 3 standards with a single in the collector section

Liquid with KAMS

Kawasaki Air System (KAMS) uses a deflector to redirect hot air from the fan, so it exits the bottom of the instead of being blown the rider

Lightweight Denso offers effective engine with minimal space and

Fan design uses a quiet-running that also saves

Fins on the lower side of the provide additional engine

Six-speed Transmission with New Assist Clutch

New F.C.C. with assist and slipper is able to handle more and requires significantly less effort to operate.  Design makes clutch easier to and helps reduce the effect of to reduce wheel hop when

Revised six-speed transmission a new roller-type shift drum for actuation and stronger gears for durability. It also offers selection of ratios to match riding conditions and its positive finder makes it much to find neutral when

Involute splines reduce and backlash between gears and for easier gear meshing and shifting under power

32mm Keihin throttle and a digital ECU offer easy superior throttle response, and provide low fuel consumption

DFI ® the Ninja 300 cleaner and more efficient than last 250, even though it now significantly more power

Disc Brakes

Large-diameter, front petal disc and a action two-piston caliper excellent braking performance and a direct feeling at the lever

caliper grips the rear petal disc

New frame main pipes made high-tensile steel tubing is 150% more rigid the tubes in the previous Ninja frame. The added rigidity much better chassis and improved steering precision and

Frame design and chassis offer confidence-inspiring stability at high and low speeds

Beefy bracket contributes to the frame’s and helps achieve an optimal of chassis stiffness

Square-beam compliments the new frame’s rigidity


Revised tuning on the telescopic front fork the new more rigid frame and rear tire

Uni-Trak ® suspension linkage helps predictable sportbike handling and ride comfort

Rear shock features adjustable preload to help rear ride height riding solo or with a

New Wheels Tires

New 17-inch wheel design has a more appearance

New 4” wide rear rim is ½” than the old Ninja 250R’s wheel

New rear tire is wider than the tire on year’s Ninja 250R, for stability and improved sportbike

New IRC RX-01R tires were in conjunction with Kawasaki and are a match for the improved dynamics of the Ninja 300. They provide better wet weather than the Ninja 250R’s

New High-Tech Instrumentation

Large analog tachometer

Multifunction display features an easy-to-read odometer, dual trip fuel gauge, digital and warning lights

Economical indicator (ECO) illuminates to let the know when they are the Ninja 300 in a manner that maximize fuel economy

New Bodywork

All-New bodywork styling inspired by the Ninja superbike

New floating windscreen helps reduce turbulence and fatigue

Aggressive dual-lamp design, minimalist tail and separate seats further the aggressive visual impact

Two holders conveniently located the rear seat

New two-stage storage compartment can hold a or similar device and is hinged for access to the tool kit located the storage tray

Two hooks the tail, plus two behind the passenger pegs provide points for securing items to the of the bike

New rider’s seat design is near its front section, it easier for riders to reach the

New passenger seat features a design which makes it to secure cargo or soft

Slightly forward-slanting seat and slightly raised handlebars the Ninja 300 a naturally comfortable position

New Genuine Kawasaki

All accessories designed and engineered by

New Color Matched Seat is factory designed with styling cues and molded pad color matched to your 300

New Tank Bag and Soft Top Case designed tank bag made for the Ninja 300. Can be installed or quickly, multiple storage for your gear expandable for larger items

New “Tall” factory designed for easy 3” taller bubble design wind protection. Features an correct 3-D curvature

New Fuel Pad features matching graphics and protect the paint on the fuel A touch of personalization to enhance its styling

New Engine Guards designed for easy installation reduce the possibility of bodywork in case of tip over

Kawasaki GPZ 500 S (reduced effect)
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