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  • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

    Originally posted by rreneav1987 View Post
    It really doesn’t matter! We get spares outside of India! At cheaper cost! Ninja 250 is one of the best quarter litre bikes in the world and is renowned by many!! Kawasaki India is shaming this beautiful poece of machinery!

    um then I would have to run behind shoddy mechanics for inserting the parts?

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    • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

      Originally posted by Manan View Post
      um then I would have to run behind shoddy mechanics for inserting the parts?
      Look around for a sbk garage near your place, if you can't find one within a hundred kms, stay away from the bike. Bottom line, it's a bike, which is needs to be serviced well, and parts replaced if you have an accident. Kawasaki isn't providing spares in time to brand new ninja 650's, do you think they care a fig about discontinued vehicles?

      The 250 may be the best quarter litre bike in the world, but what's the use if it's lying in the corner licking dust in a few years?

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      • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

        Originally posted by leech View Post
        Look around for a sbk garage near your place, if you can't find one within a hundred kms, stay away from the bike. Bottom line, it's a bike, which is needs to be serviced well, and parts replaced if you have an accident. Kawasaki isn't providing spares in time to brand new ninja 650's, do you think they care a fig about discontinued vehicles?

        The 250 may be the best quarter litre bike in the world, but what's the use if it's lying in the corner licking dust in a few years?
        yuptook the words right outta my mouth, too bad the cbr 250r too would be joining such ranks.

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        • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

          Originally posted by Manan View Post
          yuptook the words right outta my mouth, too bad the cbr 250r too would be joining such ranks.
          Yes, but the CBR250 has around 20,000+ owners in India; you can still get the air, oil, and fuel filter in certain SVC. However, 3 years from now, it would be a different story.

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          • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

            Originally posted by leech View Post
            Look around for a sbk garage near your place, if you can't find one within a hundred kms, stay away from the bike. Bottom line, it's a bike, which is needs to be serviced well, and parts replaced if you have an accident. Kawasaki isn't providing spares in time to brand new ninja 650's, do you think they care a fig about discontinued vehicles?

            The 250 may be the best quarter litre bike in the world, but what's the use if it's lying in the corner licking dust in a few years?
            Definitely Not, if you can get hold of these guys who are new in the market and they can help sourcing required parts for the N250R and CBR 250R.

            Check out this company, they provide OEM spares and parts and specialize in Japanese and Korean bikes.

            Brands like Kawasaki, Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki and Hyosung etc.



            BikeMoksha
            BIKEMOKSHA


            We are an online spare parts supplier for Superbikes in India (OEM & Aftermarket).

            You can speak to an experienced biker when you call. For any questions or clarifications, please reach out to us.

            We have a lot of parts/spares in stock and the easy way is to, drop us a quick email or do give us a call to get your required ones.

            As always, appreciate your patronage.


            Warm Regards,

            Bikemoksha Support Team
            Email : [email protected] / [email protected]
            Contact us - Cell / WhatsApp # +91-9605704444






            ATGATT !!!

            Cheers,
            WindPacer
            Last edited by WindPacer; 01-26-2018, 12:26 PM.
            "Take a deep breath It's Just a BAD DAY, Not a BAD LIFE" - courtesy "The Unknown"

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            • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

              [MENTION=87256]WindPacer[/MENTION] - that's a great idea sir, but it appears I cannot order anything other than lorem ipsum from the site.

              Customer's Voice reveals that the customers have only one thing to say about the company : lorem ipsum.

              The payment page also mentions lorem ipsum as payment method.

              I thought of calling the given number, but decided against it as I might get another lorem ipsum as response.

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              • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                Originally posted by leech View Post
                @WindPacer - that's a great idea sir, but it appears I cannot order anything other than lorem ipsum from the site.

                Customer's Voice reveals that the customers have only one thing to say about the company : lorem ipsum.

                The payment page also mentions lorem ipsum as payment method.

                I thought of calling the given number, but decided against it as I might get another lorem ipsum as response.
                @leech ROFL... Forget to add that they are a startup and their website is still under construction.

                You can definitely reach them via their Mob or Whatsapp # 9605704444. If you need some spares or parts they will get it for you. Try them, you will not be disappointed.


                ATGATT !!!

                Cheers,
                WindPacer
                Last edited by WindPacer; 01-26-2018, 02:40 PM.
                "Take a deep breath It's Just a BAD DAY, Not a BAD LIFE" - courtesy "The Unknown"

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                • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                  Here is a list of part numbers. Please feel free to add more or correct.

                  Brake Light 92069A (92069-1084 BULB,12V 21/5W)
                  License Plate Light 92069 (92069-1055 BULB,12V 5W)
                  Indicator Light 92069 (92069-0076 BULB,12V 10W)
                  Clutch Plates 13088A (13088-0039 PLATE-FRICTION), 13088 (13088-0038 PLATE-FRICTION), 13089 (13089-0021 PLATE-CLUTCH)
                  Rear Shock 45014 (45014-0234-37S) and buy 92160-1161 DAMPER,SHOCKABSORBER
                  Oil Filter 16099-003 ELEMENT-OIL FILTER (and buy 671B2590 O RING 90MM, 670B2016 O RING 16MM)
                  Air Filter 11013 (11013-0020 ELEMENT-AIR FILTER)
                  Dashboard Bulb 92069-1007 BULB,12V 3.4W,T10
                  Speedo cable 54001 (54001-0025 CABLE-SPEEDMETER)
                  Clutch Cable 54011 (54011-0565 CABLE-CLUTCH)

                  Regards,
                  Mithun
                  Hakuna Matata

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                  • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                    i and another friend in bangalore are looking for full throttle body assembly for ninja 250 2010 model, and check with bike moksha, they quoted me 70K ..

                    Kawasaki bangalore is charging 38k, but i hardly have any confidence in their service technicians. So my bike is lying in dust for couple of months.
                    RIP Marco

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                    • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                      Originally posted by vkuchhal View Post
                      i and another friend in bangalore are looking for full throttle body assembly for ninja 250 2010 model, and check with bike moksha, they quoted me 70K ..

                      Kawasaki bangalore is charging 38k, but i hardly have any confidence in their service technicians. So my bike is lying in dust for couple of months.
                      They have started manufacturing some small items (bulbs were earlier from Japan\Thailand) in India. I hope they localise further.
                      It is going to be difficult if the spare situation is going to be like this.

                      P.S: my front brakes are pretty soft initially and suddenly grab. Any idea what is wrong?
                      It is a new disk and old pads.. Perhaps air in lines?
                      I hope my pistons are ok.
                      Regards,
                      Mithun
                      Hakuna Matata

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                      • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                        Originally posted by Mithungo View Post
                        They have started manufacturing some small items (bulbs were earlier from Japan\Thailand) in India. I hope they localise further.
                        It is going to be difficult if the spare situation is going to be like this.

                        P.S: my front brakes are pretty soft initially and suddenly grab. Any idea what is wrong?
                        It is a new disk and old pads.. Perhaps air in lines?
                        I hope my pistons are ok.
                        Regards,
                        Mithun
                        Spares like these, kawasaki will not prepare in india as the number of ninja 250 in india is now low, most of them sold off and under low maintenance condition by new owners, so i have absolutely no hopes of kawasaki improving things further on, and hence dropped the idea of buying a bigger bike from Kawasaki, triumph etc.

                        Engine might be good, but after sales service is absurdly high and mechanics do not know what they are doing and why, they just want to put a hand in your pocket and pull as much money as possible out of it.


                        For your issue, i would advise, bleed the brake system and also check and lubricate the brake drive plate mechanism which is not fully functional. if issue still not resolve , pop out the brake piston and clean them (If you are not sure how it is done , plenty of video on you tube ) if still not sure get it serviced from a good mechanic like indimottard.
                        RIP Marco

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                        • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                          Originally posted by vkuchhal View Post
                          ...if still not sure get it serviced from a good mechanic like indimottard.
                          How is the service from Indimotard? Good enough to depend for main servicings?

                          Regards,
                          Mithun
                          Hakuna Matata

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                          • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                            Originally posted by vkuchhal View Post
                            i and another friend in bangalore are looking for full throttle body assembly for ninja 250 2010 model, and check with bike moksha, they quoted me 70K ..

                            Kawasaki bangalore is charging 38k, but i hardly have any confidence in their service technicians. So my bike is lying in dust for couple of months.
                            [MENTION=20551]vkuchhal[/MENTION] the BikeMoksha folks have been constantly working on getting their spares parts prices reduced and i also felt that initially they were pricey; however i would recommend you to keep a close tab on these folks and check with them again. Cos, i remember they quoting 41k very recently for the Throttle body assy which is felt is pretty close to SVC pricing with confirmed sourcing time frame of max 30-35 days.

                            ATGATT !!!

                            Cheers,
                            WindPacer
                            "Take a deep breath It's Just a BAD DAY, Not a BAD LIFE" - courtesy "The Unknown"

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                            • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                              Originally posted by Mithungo View Post
                              How is the service from Indimotard? Good enough to depend for main servicings?

                              Regards,
                              Mithun
                              I was there today with my Ninja 650! Had to change the front sprocket as it had 5 out of 15 teeth broken!!

                              They have many superbikes in their garage!! Many looked unused to me!!

                              Coming to the point! I had a good experience with them! They knew the bike well and got the job done quick!

                              They quoted some 3000 for service!! For Ninja 650 atleast! I wont be in Bengaluru for a long time!! So I wasnt keen to ask what it includes!
                              Splendor - 2k to 2006
                              Karizma - 2k3 to 2009
                              P180 - 2k6 to 2k9
                              Hunk - Oct 2k7 til now
                              ZMR - 2010 to Forever
                              RX135(2k) - 2013 to 2018
                              Ninja 250R (2010) - 2016 til now
                              RayZ - 2015 til now
                              Ninja 650 (2014) - 2017 til now


                              Delhi to Narkanda
                              Delhi to Coimbatore
                              Delhi to Nepal

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                              • Re: Kawasaki Ninja 250R

                                Originally posted by rreneav1987 View Post
                                I was there today with my Ninja 650! Had to change the front sprocket as it had 5 out of 15 teeth broken!!

                                They have many superbikes in their garage!! Many looked unused to me!!

                                Coming to the point! I had a good experience with them! They knew the bike well and got the job done quick!

                                They quoted some 3000 for service!! For Ninja 650 atleast! I wont be in Bengaluru for a long time!! So I wasnt keen to ask what it includes!
                                Thank you. 3000 is amazing

                                They had the sprocket kit with them or you had sourced it?
                                Hakuna Matata

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