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Kawasaki Ninja 250 ABS Coming Soon in Indonesia Account Suspended
Saturday, May 5, 2012, 18:28

...As presented the official website of the Ministry of Industry, on Tuesday (01/05), PT KMI EX250M code for the latest generation sport bike Ninja 250 ABS 2012 as a strong rival Honda’s CBR250R. And it appears that the latest variant of this Kawasaki is not using the letter ‘R’.

As we know, the generation of the Ninja 250R does not have brakes feature ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System). Was the 250 class motor sport, which has adopted the ABS feature today is the Honda CBR250R. Kawasaki seems to not want to miss this new champ and prepare to be immediately paved in Indonesia.

Thus the presence of the latest generation Ninja 250 with ABS features of course answer the wishes of consumers who had wanted a big sport bike power with better safety systems. Indeed, the Ninja 250R is currently more expensive than the Honda CBR250R ABS that only cost Rp 47.1 million.

Indeed this technology for the kawasaki is not entirely new, but the ABS technology has been applied to some Ninja motorcycle which has a large engine capacity above 600cc. And unknown variants of Kawasaki Ninja 250 2012 ABS Special Edition, was first present in Australia. For specifications on offer are no different from previous models.
 

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No doubt. I want my brakes to do what I want my brakes to do, when and how I want them to do it. I wouldn't be too worried about it though. If they won't do EFI here, why do ABS unless they have to? EFI would move more units than ABS would, I just imagine.

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No doubt. I want my brakes to do what I want my brakes to do, when and how I want them to do it. I wouldn't be too worried about it though. If they won't do EFI here, why do ABS unless they have to? EFI would move more units than ABS would, I just imagine.

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+1 on that. Although I've never rode a bike with ABS I'm only basing this on experience with car ABS systems and all are not created equally. Some great and hardly notice but some are shit and clunky when applied.
I do feel that fuel injection is needed here in the US. As far as Kawi competing with Honda they should offer both FI and a quality ABS but with ABS as an option only. My opinion though is that our Kawi 250 beats Honda's 250 in the looks department. Hands down.
 
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