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Nice rear end mate. :wink: That tidies it up nicely. Will be interesting to see how the Mustard Bikes one goes on.tst fender elim and tst license plate light, custom made license plate frame "had to cut in order to fit over tst eliminator and light" used the brackets to be able to use oem turn signals all in all I hated the kit, made meh and could have been a lot better though still looks pre cool lol just weighed stock fender without indicators or screws and its a little over 0.8kgs which is heavy asf
Cheers mate, the end now makes the 160 tire look even bigger as stated by a few mates im really liking the overall look, just have to install that custom tail light, battery and pro grips now and ill be set for a whileNice rear end mate. :wink: That tidies it up nicely. Will be interesting to see how the Mustard Bikes one goes on.
I hear ya buddy. That exhaust is like having a noise control officer stuck to your bike, sucking the life outta the good sounds:wink:congratz now just remove the mirrors, exhaust, and fender
I agree, I rode mine home from the dealership in 32 degree weather with it pouring down rain. The grip was way better than I thought it would be in the rain on tires with 0 miles. No issues at all.I hear ya buddy. That exhaust is like having a noise control officer stuck to your bike, sucking the life outta the good sounds:wink:
I'm impressed with the power delivery, it's smooth just as you said in another post.
I took the wife out on it the night of its arrival, and we met some of our family at a cafe. Then a nasty thunderstorm came in from the sea and it hosed down with plenty of lightning/thunder. I let her be dropped off at home by our daughter and I rode home alone in the pouring rain/wind. I was very impressed with the grip and handling (especially considering the new tyres). We both arrived at the same time -they had used an expressway at 100 + speeds and I used town roads with traffic lights etc. This thing stuck like glue to the road. Very impressed. :grin:
Way Hey! You got yer ride, awesome. All the colours are good, everyone's always going to have their own preference. I like the green, not so much the large 400 and too much striping IMO.
Always nice to receive a bike with 0 miles on it and know that the apprentice mechanic hasn't been out around town on it 'seeing what it can do' :smile_big:I was able to pickup the Ninja after the snow melted today, the dealer was very helpful loading it up on my bike carrier and the wife helped unload it. Glad to have the new edition home, has 0 miles on it presently. I have to wait until all the paperwork is received (MSO or MCO) and registered. A policeman lives 1 block from me ....
Topaz, I will have to agree with you and I have a green Ninja 250, just wanted the yellow Ninja this time. I had my choice as they were both the same price at my dealer ($5499), I don't really like the large 400 on the side of the krt model. I may eventually paint my bike all solar yellow or opt for an aftermarket set of custom colored plastics. Not trying to stir up anything, just to each his own.I like the kawi green.
For me, kawi's are green, honda's are HRC (blue/red/white), KTM's are orange, yamahas's are blue and so on.