Ninja 300 vs Ninja 250R 0-100 times!
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    • rkjer
      rkjer

      Are you wearing a storm trooper suit?

      about 2 days ago
    • Miqueias Fonseca
      Miqueias Fonseca

      Na 250 ele trocou as marchas muito cedo

      about 1 month ago
    • Carlos Jones
      Carlos Jones

      How much did you weigh in that video?

      about 1 month ago
    • Never never
      Never never

      Did I miss something or was the 250 faster than the 300?

      An anyone worked out real times? That counter only goes to 60ms???

      about 3 months ago
    • outie555
      outie555

      even though this video is old, its still relevant and funny when you watch the postie bike :D

      about 7 months ago
    • Carlos Jones
      Carlos Jones

      250 is still a good bike

      about 7 months ago
    • Paweł Korczyński
      Paweł Korczyński

      A lot faster is 300 from 250R. 2 seconds is a big difference in power, I thought it would be smaller. Pity :-/ because visually 250R with a single light and in a black painting is prettier than green 300 with these double lamps.

      about 8 months ago
    • Voqzzaa
      Voqzzaa

      Legend say the postie bike is still trying to reach 100

      about 10 months ago
    • Logan Cormier
      Logan Cormier

      Dear god, I didn't think it would be that big of a difference. Guess I'm getting a 300 next.

      about 1 year ago
    • Tudorchris86 AKA Pennywise
      Tudorchris86 AKA Pennywise In reply to Logan Cormier

      Logan Cormier the bigger difference is how well the 300 responds to mods. I've got 300 with some decent change in it and it's a decent handful. I don't even ride my big bike anymore. Built the 300 to run the local course and wound up creating a monster. Pods , high compression motor build, cams, custom tune ,full exhaust ,clip ons, put it on a diet from hell, launch control and quick shifter and it's cutting 0-60 around 4 seconds. Haven't even done the 2mm bore up yet. Don't really need to. The bike is around 300 pounds now and making nearly 50hp so they can get quick as hell. It was money well spent even if it is a 300 haha. Hell its nearly as fast as my old carbed cbr 600. Hate the stigma 300's get cause I sure have more fun on it before and especially after mods

      about 1 year ago
    • _t นามสกุล
      _t นามสกุล

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      about 1 year ago
    • ВЕТЕР Social
      ВЕТЕР Social

      ahahha

      about 1 year ago
    • Ray Hernandez
      Ray Hernandez

      why the heck are you in the fast lane? you'' get run over.

      about 2 years ago
    • Motoryzen
      Motoryzen In reply to Ray Hernandez

      He was on a Ninja 300...not a Honda Grom. So no, he'd actually either keep up with traffic just fine or possibly overtaken them just fine.

      about 1 year ago
    • Crook County Customs
      Crook County Customs

      This was fun. Thanks for the video.

      about 2 years ago
    • FuzzyLogic
      FuzzyLogic

      Informative and hilarious :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Angshuman Sarmah
      Angshuman Sarmah

      lmao 😂😂 that perfect shifting was funny

      about 2 years ago
    • notmxchaelツ
      notmxchaelツ

      Did he really just start off with "aight cuz". smh

      about 2 years ago
    • John Do
      John Do

      0-60 in 5 years bruh lol

      about 2 years ago
    • Zabieru McCloud
      Zabieru McCloud

      How much do you weigh? If I was 225 pounds would it be around 9 seconds?

      about 2 years ago
    • Land Shark 503
      Land Shark 503

      I think you could have gotten the last couple of k if you'd have superman'd the posti. :-)

      about 2 years ago
    • dxhx35
      dxhx35

      LMAO!! at the Postie bike!!! "Perfect Change!!"

      about 2 years ago
    • TheMrposer
      TheMrposer

      you came out with low speed engine in ninja 250

      about 2 years ago
    • OhMyScorpioN
      OhMyScorpioN

      Nice change.. my ninja 250 time is under 6sec

      about 2 years ago
    • gtdrummerdude
      gtdrummerdude In reply to OhMyScorpioN

      Depends on weight and tuning. My friend's older 250 pretty much keeps up with my 300 but he is 60 lbs lighter than me and his bike is 30 lbs lighter than mine.

      about 2 years ago
    • Lt Dan
      Lt Dan

      Postie bike only 110cc, no hope of 100km unless it has different gearing

      about 3 years ago
    • Stevestech
      Stevestech

      How do you lunch it like that with out the front wheel popping up? My front wheel used to pop on my ninja 300 I can't imagine whats going to happen on my 650.

      about 3 years ago
    • gtdrummerdude
      gtdrummerdude In reply to Stevestech

      Bigger bikes launch off a stop nice and easy because of the long first gear. The 300 is more touchy in first than a big bike.

      about 2 years ago
    • algorithm
      algorithm In reply to Stevestech

      Don't just dump the clutch. Release it slowly. In bigger bikes you'll go flat on your butt. You can get away with dumping it on the 300 because it's only 296CC, but the bigger bikes will throw you on your ass.

      about 2 years ago
    • xorbe2
      xorbe2 In reply to Stevestech

      +Stevestech What? He's rolling before the clutch is all the way out ... the front wheel is not going to come up like that on a Ninja 300.

      about 3 years ago
    • Peter Sims
      Peter Sims

      Perrrfect change lol

      about 3 years ago
    • stdavross666
      stdavross666

      rev to redline then let the clutch in...thats the real time to 100...its called a drag drop. Try again.

      about 3 years ago
    • NotQuiteMelvin
      NotQuiteMelvin In reply to stdavross666

      It's true, I clocked just under 6 seconds on my 250r launching it at 9k rpm. Granted I weigh only ~55kg and my fuel tank was close to empty

      about 11 months ago
    • stdavross666
      stdavross666 In reply to stdavross666

      hmmm I haven't purchased a bike magazine for 20 years. 1998 kawasaki brochure for zx9r had 3.2 seconds plastered all over it.That was there selling point. All im saying in the real world getting that out of the machine required skill and aggressive even abusive riding. What your saying is in your real world commuting riding that makes no sense. Yes I agree. Just 2 peoples opinions. Your looking from a commuting perspective. Im looking at performance perspective. Im looking to see that little pissy 300 getting made piss. Why would buy an uncomfortable sports orientated bike if you aren't into performance.

      about 3 years ago
    • xorbe2
      xorbe2 In reply to stdavross666

      +stdavross666 Kawasaki does not state 0-60 mph times in the Ninja 300 specs, in fact almost no manuf does. You're catching on, any such "spec" is useless for riding around town. You're still "mag" (magazine) racing.

      about 3 years ago
    • stdavross666
      stdavross666 In reply to stdavross666

      Yes you are correct, but when the manufacturer says 0-100 in 3.2 seconds, that is the technique used. You wont get there in 3.2 if you putt through the gears.

      about 3 years ago
    • xorbe2
      xorbe2 In reply to stdavross666

      +stdavross666 But that's not how you use the bike in typical traffic. This is actually a usable useful video. "Drag strip" results are sooo useless for daily driving / riding.

      about 3 years ago
    • Warlord
      Warlord

      man i don't have much money but would the ninja 250 be better as a starter bike or should i save up abit more an buy the 300? im so impaitent tho..i just really want the ninja any ideas please guys

      about 3 years ago
    • Warlord
      Warlord In reply to Warlord

      Thanks heaps for the info man :)

      about 3 years ago
    • TyRaidd
      TyRaidd In reply to Warlord

      +Goku I'd check out a dealer first, have a look at the bikes and have a sit on them, see which you like. Then look for secondhand ones and work out whether the extra cost from a dealer is worth it or not. Chances are that you'll need some gear too and a good dealer should offer you a package deal.

      about 3 years ago
    • Warlord
      Warlord In reply to Warlord

      man one last question would it be better to buy from a Dealer or from someone else? is dealer the way to go or private? 

      about 3 years ago
    • TyRaidd
      TyRaidd In reply to Warlord

      +Goku The outright mileage isn't as important as how well the bike has been looked after. 10-20k is fine so long as the seller has the full service history, and any damage or worn parts have been fixed. Avoid anything where you aren't 100% sure that the seller is being honest with you. Dealers often have second hand bikes with a 3 month warranty but you will pay a little more for the peace of mind.

      about 3 years ago
    • Warlord
      Warlord In reply to Warlord

      Also what bike should i avoid with what Km's? like is 10k+ ok is 20k bad? whats good an whats bad in km's for bike so i get the rough idea

      about 3 years ago
    • Elvia Olvera
      Elvia Olvera

      LMAOOOOO OMG this had me cracking up over the Postie Bike. XDDDD You're awesome.

      about 3 years ago
    • Son Do
      Son Do

      could of gone fsster with a hardet launch

      about 3 years ago
    • Son Do
      Son Do

      could of gotten it down to 5.00sec with a harder launch.

      about 3 years ago
    • Joey Mantka
      Joey Mantka In reply to Son Do

      +Dexter Sullen Yup.. but if you would make it more harder than that.. it could get 2.0sec.. Wow!

      about 3 years ago
    • Dexter Sullen 'TRUTH'
      Dexter Sullen 'TRUTH' In reply to Son Do

      +Joey Mantka coulda gotten it to 2.5 sec with a very hard launch

      about 3 years ago
    • Joey Mantka
      Joey Mantka In reply to Son Do

      +Son Do Well, it could have gotten 3sec. with much harder launch than what you are saying.

      about 3 years ago