You would almost believe it, looking at the Kawasaki 2013 Ninja 300, that this is a much larger sportbike than it really is! Its genetics have been passed along from its much racier parents. The successor, the Ninja 300, to the much flaunted 250R is designed for increased performance and riding excitement!
The new Kawasaki Ninja 300 is powered by a parallel-twin fuel injected with dual throttle valves- measured stroke now 296 cc and a wider rear tire (140 mm) to handle the power.
A new frame on the Kawasaki Ninja 300 will provide for more chassis stability meaning less vibration along with better heat dissipation by way of larger vents in the fairing. The multi-function LCD display consists of a fuel gauge, dual trip odometer, clock and an indicator for economical driving. The rev counter remains analogue.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 Will Provide For More Chassis
On the electronic sphere much has been inherited from its bigger sisters. What we mean exactly is…the 300 has the Ninja ZX-10R-type floating wind screen; the dual-beam headlights are just like the Ninja ZX-6R; ZX-14R style fairing and wheel design plus aluminium footrests and complex silencer shape just like the greater Ninja models.
Plus the Kawasaki Ninja 300 is available with the latest compact ABS unit with specifications on par with units used on Kawasaki’s top-of-the-line supersport models. There’s also an F.C.C. Assist & Slipper Clutch offering light clutch actuation a super sporty feel.
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