Question about 2006 kawasaki Ninja 250 R
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Remove the tail
The assembly is bolted on. Depending on how much you want to modify it, there are fender eliminator kits available. Some are just license plate holders. Others are complete rear turn signal and bracket kits. Some have lights for the license plates, some do not. Do a search on the web. If you just don't like how the tail hangs down so low, consider just cutting the it off at the bottom, right below the plate to make it shorter. The reflector isn't necessary to have.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
if there is no free play when pulling the lever in, the bike will most likely take off from first gear, but when you throttle it, the clutch will most likely slip. if the lever is to loose, lots of free play, you may have a hard time getting it in gear. approx 1/4 inch free play with the lever and it will work normal... unless its ready for a new clutch. hope this helps...
Posted on May 27, 2009
when you see the velly of the bike, you could find big hole cap which is oil filter. Take it off and replace it. Next to the cap, there is a bolt same size as the cap bolt which is oil tank cap bolt. When you screw the bolt, the oil will plow out. Let it plow untill done. Put the bolt back when it empty. Right side of the bike and middle of the foot fade, you could find a refill cap. Replace oil untill the oil fill up enough. Back side of foot fade, There is a oil check. Between full and poor would be fine.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
I still haven't seen "free" manuals. Clymer, Hayes are good, and look on E-Bay for used ones, but the Factory ones are the best.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
May I suggest a trip to your local library. Cycle repair books should be in 646 stacks of reference. Otherwise, go to your Kaw dealer and pay their price for one that covers your bike. You'll still pay less than if you paid them to rewire it...and you'll learn something.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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