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It didn't stop due to low oil pressure as you would have seen the oil pressure warning light FIRST THEN the engine would have stopped. And usually when an engine stops due to low oil pressure, it's not a nice stop either. It's usually a full on seize and bearings and parts are usually stuffed. This sounds more like an electrical/ECU issue to me and less an oil based one. Something is probably loose electrically and the vibes and such knocked them loose and killed power. Surprisingly, this has been a very common problem with the 2013 Ninja 300s on here so I wouldn't doubt it if the Taiwanese man forgot to man up and push some of the electrical connectors on all the way. Also it takes a few minutes for all of the oil to drain back into the sump. You can't immediately check the oil after the engine shuts down and get an accurate reading.

Continue with getting that bike to the dealership ASAP to have them fix your little electrical gremlin.
 
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