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post #1 of 9 Old 07-28-2011, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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My Ninja here in Thailand





It's a 2011 SE with:
- Framslider
- Cowl for the Rearseat
- Pirelli Diablo Rosso
- 120/60 Front on 3.5 inch Rim
- 150/60 Rear on 4 inch Rim
- Rear Hugger from Scott Swing
- Exhausthanger Valter Moto
- Koso RX2
- Gear Indicator GI-Pro
- Radiator Guard
- Oilcooler
- LeoVince full System
- Hyperpro SD-RSC
- Woodcraft clip-ons
- Preload-Adjuster front

This is my first bike in my life so I'd until now only drove cars in Germany. But here in Thailand it's more usual to go by motorcycle and so I'm learning now.
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post #2 of 9 Old 07-28-2011, 01:55 PM
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Looks good. I'm not a fan of white wheels usually, but they actually look good on your bike!

Oh and welcome!!!

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post #3 of 9 Old 07-28-2011, 10:41 PM
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Yeah, Welcome to the site!!! I agree with Navy Ninj, those white wheels really set off the other white highlights on the fairings! Nice work!

One thing that spoils things....and it's not your fault!!!......is the way manufacturers don't use the same gold when anodising parts. Makes things look cheap and mismatched.

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post #4 of 9 Old 07-29-2011, 05:36 PM
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Beautiful!

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post #5 of 9 Old 07-28-2012, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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Update

This is the one of the latest pictures of my ninjette.

And this the listing of modifications:

Ninja 250R „Special Edition“ - 2011


Aluminum Swing Arm (CMS, Thailand)
Frameslider (Bikers, Thailand)
Special-Front-Seat (Lowered and Colored) with Singlecowl for the Passenger Seat (OEM)
Handle-ups for Triple-Clamp (Kittisak Racing, Thailand)
Left side Racing Hook (Babyface, Japan)
Rear Hugger from Scotts (USA)
Handle-Stopping Unit for Front Fork


Power Racing Rims, 3.50“-Front and 4.00“-Rear, Powder-Coated white (Jiester, Indonesia)
Pirelli Diablo Tires 120/60-17 Front and 150/60-17 Rear (Pirelli, Germany)


Radiator Guard „Ninja 250R“ (Kittisak Racing)
Oil Cooler System with Guard (Kittisak Racing and Takegawa, Japan)


Oil: Motul 300V Full-Synthetic Racing Oil 15W50 (Best choice)
Coolant: Motul Motocool Expert
Spark Plugs: NGK Iridium CR8HIX (7669)


LeoVince Full-System Exhaust 8111K (Italy)
LeoVince FAST Ignition/Fuel-System with Lambda Removal Plug (Italy)
Exhaust Hanger from Valder Moto (Italy)
Cover for KLEEN-Air-System (Powderkeg Racing, USA)
Ignition Advancer +5 degree (Factory Pro, USA)


Digital Tachometer Koso RX2
Gear Indicator from GI-Pro


Sato Racing Reverse Shifting (Kyle Racing, USA)


Hyperpro Steering Damper RSC (Progressive)
Woodcraft Clip-ons with Riser Spacer (USA)
Valder Moto Rear set Brackets
Preload-Adjuster Front Fork (Bikers, Thailand)
Fork Emulator Gold Valve for Front Forks (Race Tech, USA)
Hyperpro progressive Spring for rear OEM-Shock (8.7 – 12.0 kg/mm)


Brembo Caliper P4 Front with Bracket (Germany and Webike, Japan)
Brembo Caliper P2 Rear with Bracket (Germany and Webike, Japan)
Stainless Steel Braided Brake lines (Melvin, Germany)
Front Brake-Disc 296mm (Fischer, Germany)


Proton Flush Mount Turn Signals (Hightechspeed, USA)
Custom LED integrated Tail-Light (USA)


I LOVE REVERSE SHIFTING!!!
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Another amazing Thai Ninja. You guys really do it right!!

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Nice! Look like a lot of fun!

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Looks amazing, I wish I had the money... and access to parts to do cool stuff to mine. Surprisingly hard to get things here in Canada.

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Looks amazing, I wish I had the money... and access to parts to do cool stuff to mine. Surprisingly hard to get things here in Canada.
You are right..... I just wish to change the muffler on my 400r and it cost 700.00$ ( Canadian money)

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