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Ninja 300 SE ABS
ABS, Special Edition
This Ninja 300 started out as an ordinary 300 until I discovered Riddle Riders Motorcycle Club at my school. From there, we do track days. Our club sponsor, Monkey Works Cycle, aka MWC Performance, is responsible for the modifications done to this bike. Others who were involved with this bike were TST Industries!

The goal for this bike was to have a dual purpose bike. One that does both street and track riding very well.

With stock suspension and mods listed below (excluding K-Tech Suspension), I lapped Jennings in 1:37.406
With K-Tech I have lapped Jennings in 1:35.35 (as of November 2016)

Calling this bike now the MWC 300 as a thank you to Monkey Works Cycles for building my 300 to what it is now
2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 SE ABS (White/Red/Black)


Wheels: Stock for now and using my old Supercorsa SC1's after 2 track day weekends. Get about 2,000 miles total out of them surprisingly

Waiting for Marchesini wheels to finally ship from Italy.

Tires: Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SC1
Front: 110/70 R17
Rear: 150/60 R17 (recommend this size. much more stable in every way shape or form and last longer)
Engine: Stock Internals
Power Commander V with a custom tune by MWC Performance
Exhaust: Akrapovic Slip-on and Arrow Headers
Dynojet Quickshifter
K&N Air Filter
Chain: EK 520
Sprockets: Driven Racing (Stock gearing)
Cooling: Motul Motocool Factory Line with Mocool Additive
Oil: Motul 300V 10-W40
Barnett Racing Clutch
Factory Pro Detent Arm (eliminates false neutral)
Map Switch - 93 Octane and VPR (105 Octane)

43.04 horsepower at the wheel with VPR on a hot and humid day. Same ambient conditions with 93 octane the bike read 40.3 horsepower. The highest it read with pump gas was 41.6 horsepower but it was cool and dry out.
Bodywork is stock with the optional rear seat cowling.
TST Industries Programmable Tail Light (1st production unit they had)
TST Industries Under Tail Block Off Plate
TST Industries Fender Eliminator and License Plate Light
OPT 7 LED headlight bulbs (Very bright)
GB Racing Engine Covers
R&G Racing Header screen
R&G Racing Radiator Guard
Zero Gravity Racing Double Bubble Clear

To see my 300 visit my YouTube channel. Search Gregg Cesaroni and you'll see more of it.
Also, check out TST Industries' channel for Ninja 300 videos. My bike is featured in many of their install videos too.
K-Tech Front Cartridges and springs
K-Tech Razor R rear shock
Woodcraft Rearsets
Woodcraft Clipons
Core Moto Brake Lines
Motion Pro REV2 Throttle
Brembo 15RCS Master Cylinder
Brembo Front Caliper
Brembo Floating Rotor (Front)
Brembo P34 Rear Caliper
Moto D Racing Valve Stems
TST Industries Gen II Lever (Clutch Side)
Brembo 15 RCS lever
Driven Grips
Tech Spec Tank Grips
Nothing else really because race bike.

It actually meets FIM World Super Stock 300 specs if I take out all the street equipment
Wheel and Tire
Nexx X-COM
Ride Scorpio GPS Tracker and optional Alarm kit



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