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Kawasaki Ninja 300 Specifications


ENGINE


  • Type 4-stroke Parallel Twin
  • Displacement 296cc
  • Bore and Stroke 62.0 x 49.0 mm
  • Cooling Liquid-cooled
  • Compression Ratio 10.6:1
  • Valve System DOHC, 8 valves
  • Fuel System Fuel Injection: 32mm x 2 (Keihin)
  • Ignition Digital
  • Lubrication Forced Lubrication, wet sump

DRIVETRAIN


  • Transmission 6-speed, return
  • Final Drive Seeled chain
  • Primary Reduction Ratio 3.087 (71/23)
  • Gear Ratio: 1st 2.714 (38/14)
  • Gear Ratio: 2nd 1.789 (34/19)
  • Gear Ratio: 3rd 1.409 (31/22)
  • Gear Ratio: 4th 1.160 (29/25)
  • Gear Ratio: 5th 1.000 (27/27)
  • Gear Ratio: 6th .857 (24/28)
  • Final Reduction Ratio 3.000 (42/14)
  • Clutch Wet multi-disc, manual​

FRAME



  • Type Tube diamond,steel
  • Wheel Travel: Front 120mm
  • Tire: Front 110/70-17 M/C 54S
  • Wheel Travel: Rear 132mm
  • Tire: Rear 140/70-17 M/C 66S
  • Caster (Rake) 27°
  • Trail 93mm
  • Steering Angle (Left/Right) 35° / 35°

SUSPENSION


Suspension, Front 37mm telescopic fork
Suspension, Rear Bottom-Link Uni-Trak with gas charged shock and 5-way adjustable preload

BRAKES



  • Front: Type Single 290 mm petal disc
  • Front: Calipers Single balanced actuation dual-piston
  • Rear: Type Single 220mm petal disc
  • Rear: Calipers Dual-piston

DIMENSIONS



  • Overall Length 2,015mm
  • Overall Width 715mm
  • Overall Height 1,110mm
  • Wheelbase 1,405mm
  • Ground Clearance 140mm
  • Seat Height 785mm
  • Curb Mass** 172kg
  • Fuel Capacity 17 litres ** Includes all necessary materials and fluids to operate correctly, full tank of fuel (more than 90% of capacity) and tool kit (if supplied)


PERFORMANCE



  • Maximum Power‡ 29.0 kW {39PS} / 11,000
  • Maximum Torque‡ 27.0 N·m {2.8 kgf·m} / 10,000 rpm ‡ Power / Torque figures measured at the crankshaft.


DETAILS



  • Warranty 12 months warranty
 
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