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Kawasaki Ninja 650

Kawasaki Ninja 650

650 ABS, 650L ABS, 650R ABS
4.6 from 16 reviews · View Statistics

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4.6

16 reviews
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    Good commute bike fun to ride on weekends

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    Perfect bike for commute, really comfy for short or long distances (>150km) even for the passenger. 2 cylindre gives you good power, little fuel consumption 4L/100km. Change the exhaust and you have the best city bike. Also it is learner legal so really fun as a first bike, after 2years you will need an upgrade for something more powerfull

    Date PurchasedMay 2015
    Chalkyone

    ChalkyoneSydney

    • 7 reviews
    • 1 like

    Kawasaki 650R (Non-LAMS)

    published
    1 comment
    Chalkyone
    Chalkyone
    Troy17

    Troy17CANBERRA

    • 2 reviews

    Big lams bike

    published

    I purchased this big brand new and have no regrets.

    Aways starts and is very reliable.

    Is a nice full size bike so is ideally suited to any learner who might be a big guy, I'm 190 cm and have no trouble spending a full day riding.

    Have had it for 3 months and covered 3,000 km both country rides and commuting.
    Full size bike, plenty of torque, comfortable, reliable, economic (4.3l/100km)
    Dreading the resale value, some finish not as neat as it could be, gear indicator would be nice for a learner

    1 comment
    Troy17
    Troy17
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    Questions & Answers

    Ben

    Benasked

    Ninja 650

    Is the Ninja 650F a learners approved bike in QLD (It has been rego'ed as a LAM's in NSW) Lots of conflicting information on the Govt websites.

    No answers
    Randel A.

    Randel A.asked

    Ninja 650

    Hi i have a kawasaki ninja ex650c and my cdi is stuffed and it letter N i got one of ebay with the letter E are thay the same

    No answers
    Michelle J.

    Michelle J.asked

    Ninja 650L ABS

    As I am new to riding I would like to know that once you have your open class licence can you have the throttle restriction taken off the bike???????

    2 answers
    Christine C
    Christine C

    You can remove the throttle restriction. The models from 2017 require no ECU remapping. Be aware that this "may" void your insurance however

    Sam V.
    Sam V.

    so the 2017 models require no re tune ? for their full potential? just the throttle restriction ?

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    Details

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    Kawasaki Ninja 650R ABS
    • Discontinued

    Kawasaki Ninja 650R ABS

    4.0
    (1)
    Kawasaki Ninja 650L ABS
    • Discontinued

    Kawasaki Ninja 650L ABS

    4.7
    (6)
    CategoryNaked Bikes and Sport Touring BikesNaked Bikes and Sport Touring BikesNaked Bikes and Sport Touring Bikes
    Release dateJan 2010
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