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    Flirting With The Redline Joseph Hanna's Avatar
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    Ninja 300

    Honestly....this little machine has thoroughly changed how I think of small displacement bikes. As I've mentioned here before, my kingdom for a small displacement triple that not only has top end components but'll also rev to the moon.

    Anyway I changed the oil on the Ninja Friday night and felt compelled to get it out to the canyons Saturday morning. Still this thing is a really is an impressive ride

    https://vimeo.com/285743821

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    I really miss our FZR 400.

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    i loved my old Ninja 250. Rode it from Vancouver to Dawson City and back in 2009. I sold it to a fellow resident of my apartment complex (who never rides it) so it's still sitting in the parking spot where I kept it when it was mine.
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    Is that the stock pipe on yours? I loved my Ninja 300. I'd buy another one. Only let her go 'cause too many toys. Mine had an M4 exhaust.


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    Casa Loma!
    You should have taken Davenport to Aylmer, Rosedale Valley road and caught the DVP off Bayview avenue

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    Quote Originally Posted by adri View Post
    Only let her go 'cause too many toys.
    LIES!!!

    There is no such thing as having too many toys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Shack View Post
    LIES!!!
    There is no such thing as having too many toys.
    He's young, living in Toronto probably pays ~2000$ per year for minimal insurance, per bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adri View Post
    Is that the stock pipe on yours? I loved my Ninja 300. I'd buy another one. Only let her go 'cause too many toys. Mine had an M4 exhaust.
    Yea thatís just the stock pipe!

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    Yep, this video shows the things I really like about my Ninja 300. You can rev it up to 13K in the second and third gears and still be reasonably within the legal speed limit. Plus, it is light and tossable - what else do you need for a joy ride?

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