Ninja 300r


Overview of Kawasaki Ninja 300R

After years of unchallenged domination, the best-selling Ninja® 250R sportbike had finally begun to see competition from other manufacturers. Make no mistake, it still outperformed the challengers by a significant margin on the open road, but why simply outperform them, when you can totally dominate? The new 2013 Ninja 300 thoroughly dominates its lightweight sportbike competition on the performance front, and it also significantly ups the ante for refinement, ease of use and overall practicality. Thanks to a new digital fuel injection system, and a new F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions, this new 300 is the best lightweight sportbike, by far, when it comes to overall performance and sporting capability.

Kawasaki Ninja 300R Design

Kawasaki unveiled the 2013 model of Ninja 300R at the EICMA Auto Show. It gets new graphics, new instrument cluster and new shades. But 2012 Ninja 300R will be available in India:

Fast Facts about 2013 New Ninja 300R

296cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin design offers far superior highway passing power and clearly dominant acceleration compared to other lightweight sportbikes

  • New Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) system uses dual 32mm throttle bodies and provides both improved fuel economy and cleaner emissions compared to last year’s 250
  • New F.C.C. clutch with assist and slipper functions provides more power handling capability with significantly less effort. Design also makes clutch easier to modulate and helps reduce the effect of back-torque to reduce wheel hop when downshifting
  • All-new bodywork features an aggressive and edgy design with strong Ninja family DNA that sets the Ninja 300 apart from its lightweight sportbike competitors
  • New frame uses high-tensile steel main tubes that are 150% more rigid and provide superior feel and agility compared to last year’s 250
  • New 10-spoke 17-inch wheels look great and the rear rim has grown ½” wider, allowing the use of a larger 140-section rear tire for 2013
  • Revised six-speed transmission features a new roller-type shift drum for smoother actuation and stronger gears for maximum durability. It also offers wide selection of ratios to match varied riding conditions and its positive neutral finder makes it much easier to find neutral when stopped
  • Kawasaki Air Management System (KAMS) uses a special deflector to channel hot air from the back of the radiator, so that it exits the bottom of the motorcycle, instead of being blown onto the rider
  • Low 30.9-inch seat height and tapered seat boosts confidence for smaller riders




Posts asking about performance mods come in a dozen times a month, quite often from one-post-wonders who get a bike and want to put on an aftermarket exhaust, remove the airbox, and/or mount wider tires before they even learn how to ride it. These kinds of people generally ignore any advice, no matter how experienced the author, unless it agrees with what they want to hear. We’re going to try anyway.


The Ninja 300 is never going to be a powerful bike. The cost for the extra HP on the Ninja is pretty high for what you get. If all you want is a few more hp, then go ahead. If you want much more hp, the cheapest way to get it is with a 600. The old ones are a dime a dozen and are fairly reliable, and even somewhat comfortable. on the highway.


What Starter motorcycle Should i Get -Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Ninja I STRONGLY suggest doing one of the weekend safety courses that are


The Kawasaki Ninja 300 has dominated the entry-level sportbike market in the US for decades. The little Ninja 300, in fact, has long-been Kawasaki’s best-selling Ninja sportbike. The Ninja 300 has been a favorite for beginners and many experienced riders have fond memories of the little Ninja upon which they learned to ride.



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

Active and Passive Safety

All accessories designed and engineered by Kawasaki

  • New Color Matched Seat Cowl is factory designed with integrated styling cues and molded pad perfectly color matched to your Ninja 300
  • New Tank Bag and Soft Top Case custom designed tank bag made exclusively for the Ninja 300. Can be installed or removed quickly, multiple storage areas for your gear expandable for carrying larger items
  • New “Tall” Windscreen factory designed for easy installation 3” taller bubble design adds wind protection. Features an optically correct 3-D curvature
  • New Fuel Tank Pad features matching graphics and helps protect the paint on the fuel tank. A touch of personalization to enhance its sportbike styling
  • New Engine Guards factory designed for easy installation helps reduce the possibility of bodywork damage in case of tip over


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