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Very cool, do you have any video on the track? I love watching racing :D
 
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Thanks, I love watching people on the track! I need to try that when my skills are ready :D
 
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Hey Chai well done firstly good to see you having a crack, seems like your just about on top of the r&d on the ninja, also what changes have you made to the front brakes as I think the brakes on the 300 ninja are quite average to say the least, I was thinking of braided stainless line at first then maybe up to a set of EBC pads
 

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Hi Westy.

Let's see my brake spec.

Master - Brembo RCS 15
Caliper - Brembo Racing 40 mm.
Brake pad - RK
braided - Goodrid

For road bike. Goodrid is enough OEM is OK
 

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Here is my racebike spec Ninja 250R 2010
Engine : Ninja250R
Exhaust : Racing Spec Full system
Radiator : Honda Rs125
Brake : Master Brembo RCS15 / Caliper Brembo Racing 40 mm. / Goodrid Line/ RK Pad
Suspension : Rear Ohlins / Front OEM change spring & Putoline racing fork oil
Tyre: Pirelli SC1 110/17 140/17
Clipon : Racing Spec
Rear set: Racing Spec
Chain&Sprocket : RK 520GXW
Dashborad : AIM
Grip : Domino
ECU : Racing Spec / more than 18500 PRM
Camshaft : Racing Spec
 

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I'm skeptical of the 18k redline. You would need more than valves and springs to stop it from exploding. Must be fun to rebuild an engine after every race.
 

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Chai916 hasn't been on for about 5 months, he's probably racing :D
 

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Chai916 hasn't been on for about 5 months, he's probably racing :D
Actually they are racing. They do well & that modified class is big here.
Just saw some pics of them racing Dec 23rd
Lots of good tracks here including a new one & one that will open soon which Dorna is looking at to possibly host a MotoGP round.
Some of the teams here also race at Sepang etc.

I do not doubt anything Chai has said in this thread.
They have an amazing amount of tech avaiable in Asia for smaller bikes.
I think it does not get to the west due to the majority there are more interested in
larger class bikes.

It is too bad as the 250-400 size has always been exciting & also a good training
area for future stars. Spain I know is still keen on this class & even many smaller
 
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