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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-07-2004, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Ninja 250 ?? horsepower??

Has anyone been able to find a horsepower for the Ninja 250?? been everywhere and am still unable to find on the net... guess I could have asked the dealership while I was there but the drool kept me from talking to much...btw for all those who help with my starter bike post..thanks. I went and looked at the Ninja 500r and fell in love. It looks like the perfect starter bike..had good looks, felt comfortable to sit on and my feet actually touched the ground. looks like I will get one at the end of the riding season to try and save some cash on a closeout deal.
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30-35 HP on the Ninja 250
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And maybe 12.5lbs of torque? Sounds like my lawnmower.

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I think the 2004 has 36hp and 18ftlbs of torque
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neutom: my RS250 really does sound like a lawnmower, and it will smoke your ass all over the place

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How good is it at highway speeds?
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Ha ha.. Laughable!

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try this
http://www.ninja250.info/

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yeah it's about 28hp@12,000 rpm and 14 lbs.ft@9,000 rpm
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I seen one w/ pipe and filter put out 27hp on a dyno.

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