The White 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 vs. the Red 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 650r.
Which one is better?
These are my opinions of which one is better for me.

Bikes: Kawasaki Ninja's 300 and 650r both 2013
Camera: Gopro Hero 3 Black
Location: Oregon

Comments

    • UNITS
      UNITS

      I have a 2018 300 ninja had it a year now and I'm keeping it.. started on a 250 went to a 800 intruder it was fast comfortable ride but fucking boring.. so may friend that owns a Kawasaki dealership hooked me up with with the 300 two matching helmets and jacket.. 300 had 0miles for $4300.. said you will love it and I do.. did $300 in mods and my ninja get up to 127mph did it two times but who needs to go that fast all the time 😂.. I get on the interstate comfortable speed at 75.. I keep it till I can't fix it anymore.. but if I did alot of interstate riding I would go to a 400 or 600.. just back roads,in town and some interstate ride 300 is perfect.. 300 will eat bigger bikes on back curvey roads easy but on straight stretch no..

      about 1 month ago
    • Real N
      Real N

      I don't understand these videos. Of course the 650 is gonna be faster than a 300.

      about 5 months ago
    • xavi86bgd
      xavi86bgd

      The red bike is a ER6F, not the Ninja650r.....

      about 6 months ago
    • Sucu phantom
      Sucu phantom

      It‘s an ER-6N

      about 9 months ago
    • Zilch71
      Zilch71

      The bikes both sound aweful, they sound like scooters

      about 10 months ago
    • J P
      J P In reply to Zilch71

      The reason why I sold my 650 for the 1000

      about 11 days ago
    • Jake Judson
      Jake Judson In reply to Zilch71

      Ur a hooker!

      about 4 months ago
    • Mason Farrell
      Mason Farrell In reply to Zilch71

      For real. I listened to a sound comparison between the ninja 250 and the 650, the 650 with an akropovic and the 250 with a two bros. the 250 sounded better

      about 7 months ago
    • Alex R
      Alex R

      They look so cool and futurstic, but they are too slow. I would rather get a GSXR 750 which could at least reach out more than 150 mph.

      about 1 year ago
    • Frank Burdo
      Frank Burdo

      So ler me guess you went with the 300. Why were you holding the clutch in the whole time on the 650?
      You made it look slower than the 300. Btw I've had both and the 650r is wayyy better. Let out the clutch next time.

      about 1 year ago
    • Colin Hill
      Colin Hill

      Oregon!!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Suzuki Yamaha
      Suzuki Yamaha

      I honestly sometimes regret my zx14r because it drinks so much gas, I miss the mileage I got on my SV 650. Anyways all bikes have pros and cons, each bike is fun in its own way, it is not always about speed.

      about 1 year ago
    • FinGeRs CroSseD
      FinGeRs CroSseD

      I'l wait for the Ninja 900..

      about 1 year ago
    • Anirban Chakraborty
      Anirban Chakraborty

      A stupid-ish video !

      about 1 year ago
    • Roy Camarena
      Roy Camarena

      goes 65mph on a street bike .... "whooaoaaaoaoaoaoaoaaaaaaooooo"

      about 1 year ago
    • MrLeonightis
      MrLeonightis

      I had a 250 before, I sold my 250 ,I really liked that bike but it was as slow as dog shit

      about 1 year ago
    • WARheadMUSHROOM
      WARheadMUSHROOM

      I have the 650R as a beginner and that thing is perfect to learn on I have not had any issues at all great bike!

      about 1 year ago
    • WARheadMUSHROOM
      WARheadMUSHROOM In reply to WARheadMUSHROOM

      Yazzy Mancha 5'11

      about 1 year ago
    • Ripped Mexican
      Ripped Mexican In reply to WARheadMUSHROOM

      Roberto Ridez how tall are you?

      about 1 year ago
    • On My Windshield
      On My Windshield

      The 650 is different then the zx6r but the 650 is basically just a bored out 300

      about 2 years ago
    • Quin Kleeko
      Quin Kleeko In reply to On My Windshield

      Lol no. Two totally different engine configurations

      about 5 months ago
    • I_am_T0ny
      I_am_T0ny

      attracts bugs hahaha

      about 2 years ago
    • John K Bijo
      John K Bijo

      lookswise 300, performance and touring comfort= 650r ?

      about 2 years ago
    • sikama rota
      sikama rota

      its not a ninja 650r its 650 ninja er6f

      about 2 years ago
    • SkYinZo Collazo
      SkYinZo Collazo

      Are both bikes the same size?

      about 2 years ago
    • Q Speed Racer
      Q Speed Racer

      just worried getting up to 70mph from stop on 300 to merge from stop sign into traffic.. its the difference between like 5sec and 8 sec ..
      but 650 might be too tall for her.. 5'2"

      about 2 years ago
    • Q Speed Racer
      Q Speed Racer In reply to Q Speed Racer

      dodge rt yeah new one only 425lbs so the lighter weight should be nice.

      about 2 years ago
    • dodge rt
      dodge rt In reply to Q Speed Racer

      from going to 250r to 650 er6n it's not a big difference at all or even weight for that matter. plus they have awesome lowering kits for cheap

      about 2 years ago
    • Implosivex Bulletforce YT
      Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      The 300 holds value like hell. I got mine from a guy for 5k Aud over 10 months ago. Can still sell it for that price if not a few hundred less. Not to mention I had 12months rego and gear included. Pure profit in the long run.

      about 2 years ago
    • LightGesture
      LightGesture In reply to Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      No dumbass wants a 300 for 5,000.
      Ninja 400 2018 is 5k. NEW.
      True value, KBB is at 2500.
      And newbie riders StilL want more than that after they've dropped it, torched it and haven't maintained it as well as an experienced rider...
      I'm not buying a used 300 for this reason, MAINLY...

      Slow bike, usually dropped by beginners, usually owned, maintained and ridden from amateurs.. not worth it.

      about 1 year ago
    • Matthew Barnard
      Matthew Barnard In reply to Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      Ash k Evans I'm trying to sell mine and it's not holding value that well

      about 2 years ago
    • Austin Slaughter
      Austin Slaughter

      can anybody tell me how much the Kawasaki Ninja 650r costs???

      about 2 years ago
    • Suzuki Yamaha
      Suzuki Yamaha In reply to Austin Slaughter

      Rudy Lopez thats not the out of door price lol add another stack to that after all the bullshit dealer fees

      about 1 year ago
    • Austin Slaughter
      Austin Slaughter In reply to Austin Slaughter

      ok, thank you!

      about 2 years ago
    • Rudy Lopez
      Rudy Lopez In reply to Austin Slaughter

      i went to a local dealer and they where on sale a dark grey for 5699 dlrs and a green with black and silver for 6099dlrs

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrew J. River
      Andrew J. River

      not ninja but an ER6F dude...

      about 2 years ago
    • dodge rt
      dodge rt In reply to Andrew J. River

      The fucking er6f and ninja are the same fucking bike American name is the ninja and euro name is er6f and a er6n is a naked bike reason for the n they are all the same except the n has a naked body instead

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrew J. River
      Andrew J. River In reply to Andrew J. River

      first of all stop insulting. second, he doesn't either know, as well as you, that the bike he rides ain't a ninja.

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrew J. River
      Andrew J. River In reply to Andrew J. River

      doo bee look at the handlebar, ain't a racing one... look at the wind screen, ain't a racing one... look at the exhaust, ain't the one from ninja... er6F is the "Fairing" version for er6N, not a ninja... more clues? till 2017 they haven't merged er6f and ninja.6 into an only bike, and this is a previous bike, not a ninja.

      let's call things by their name

      about 2 years ago
    • GreatestMovieClips
      GreatestMovieClips In reply to Andrew J. River

      +doo bee I believe it's an ER6F in Europe and 650r across the pond

      about 2 years ago
    • Chappo
      Chappo

      Red was always going to be faster, id like to see the 300 in red for an accurate comparison.

      about 2 years ago
    • Frank Burdo
      Frank Burdo In reply to Chappo

      Chappo
      Or he could try letting the clutch out on the 650.

      about 1 year ago
    • john tucker
      john tucker In reply to Chappo

      Da Red Wunz Go Fasta!!

      about 2 years ago
    • Samad Abdul
      Samad Abdul

      I've noticed a common trend from experienced riders. They say 300 sucks but coming from a brand new rider, I do not want anything more powerful than 250 or 300. I'm afraid to get on anything heavier. You guys feel more comfortable with 600+ which is great but don't discourage new riders. Just remember, you all didn't start riding 1000cc from the start. 300 is a great bike I just bought one. It holds it's value. there are a lot of riders like me that would wanna buy it.

      about 2 years ago
    • Michael H
      Michael H In reply to Samad Abdul

      Shane Michael this is due to the lawn mower sounding twin cylinder, theyre a lot easier to ride. learners i see on 4 cylinder bikes seem to crash an awful lot

      about 2 years ago
    • Shane Michael
      Shane Michael In reply to Samad Abdul

      I started out on a ninja 650 the power band is linear it won't do anything you don't want it to do. Honestly, if you're responsible and respect the throttle you can start on any bike you want.

      about 2 years ago
    • Doctoberfest598
      Doctoberfest598 In reply to Samad Abdul

      I haven't had that issue except from the semi experienced crowd. Ask any old fart on a bike and they will tell you 99% of the time get a small bike to start out on. One particular guy I know has been riding longer than I've been alive. He's a tourer so he's got some nice bikes he takes long distances. He's pretty adiment about getting me on a 300 since 99% of the time when you hit twisties those guys that give shit to the 300 crowd are the ones holding everyone up on the corners. One of his buddies races and every time they take a trip to twisties he takes a 300 and blows the 600+ guys out the water. It's experience that counts. Eventually you'll get to the point of needing a bigger bike but until then have fun with what you have!

      about 2 years ago
    • Michael H
      Michael H In reply to Samad Abdul

      Sam Ab i started on a '07 cbr 1000rr, i use it for weekend rides and have since bought a 300 for my partner to learn on. i take it out every now and then, it actually goes hard through really twisty hill roads, keeps up with litre bikes but on the straights its in the rear view

      about 2 years ago
    • krompircek articoka
      krompircek articoka In reply to Samad Abdul

      In EU: 18 (250-300); 21 (650); 24 (1000).

      about 2 years ago
    • Juan Ignacio
      Juan Ignacio

      conduce como una nena no pasa los 100 km\h

      about 3 years ago
    • Kingsmanly
      Kingsmanly

      What gloves you wearing?

      about 3 years ago
    • Implosivex Bulletforce YT
      Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      I got 175 in fifth on my 300. Barely went into redline

      about 3 years ago
    • Altair
      Altair In reply to Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      you are talking about kph. This video, speedometer and we are talking about mph. 175 is nothing lol

      about 2 years ago
    • Implosivex Bulletforce YT
      Implosivex Bulletforce YT In reply to Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      +doo bee Lol mate I get 60 in 1st, 95 in 2nd. 130 odd in 3rd and so on. It's restricted to 200and kph and it would go over it easily. All stock and can't help but love the power of such a small bike.

      about 2 years ago
    • Rudy Lopez
      Rudy Lopez In reply to Implosivex Bulletforce YT

      kms yes haha

      about 2 years ago
    • Kenny G Choonit
      Kenny G Choonit

      Parallel twin sounds like crap, even @650cc

      about 3 years ago
    • June
      June In reply to Kenny G Choonit

      No no. You add a yoshimura exhaust .. that thing sounds god like

      about 1 year ago
    • danny55531
      danny55531 In reply to Kenny G Choonit

      +Kenny G Choonit Did you check it out? 

      about 2 years ago
    • Lifted_Above
      Lifted_Above In reply to Kenny G Choonit

      Nothing about a parallel twin that's inherently crap. They come in more crank configurations than any other engine that I know of.

      360°
      180°
      270°
      315°

      Do you know what bikes use which? And what each sounds like to a trained ear?

      They are not crap. The 649cc Kawasaki motor is used in the small displacement class on the Isle of Man TT with a special 90 hp tune, they also dominate the AMA flat-track races. They are durable, bulletproof, simple. Kawasaki just got another 8% efficiency out of the same engine in 2017 with some updates.

      They are the most common configuration for snowmobiles, ATVs, side-by-sides, and other small engine equipment. Compared to a "V" engine, they have half the cam shafts, half the cam chains and tensioners, half the engine heads, far less complex exhaust plumbing, super simple throttle body arrangement and throttle linkage, and more simple coolant plumbing/routing. The engines cost less to manufacture and cost less to maintain/tune. With the 270° crank pin configuration (crossplane) the firing timing is identical to an L-twin Ducati and the engine can be made smoother running than the more buzzy 180° configuration of the Ninja 650.

      about 2 years ago
    • SSJCesar
      SSJCesar

      650 for the win

      about 3 years ago