Ninja 400-a worthy upgrade?

Buy Ionamin Phentermine Online The Ninja has been one of the best product from Kawasaki in the world of motorcycle. It has been ruling our streets and hearts for a long time. So, to keep it that way, a new Ninja has entered the market which now boast of 400 cc engine. But, an upgrade from 300 to 400? Is it worth the money? 

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Purchase Phentermine Hcl The new Ninja gets a 399 cc parallel twin engine that makes 44 bhp at 10,000 rpm with a torque of 38 nm at 8,000 rpm mated to a six speed gear box. The frame has been similarly designed from the H2 and and carries a trellis structure. 

Buy Phentermine Sacramento A swing arm attached to the rear of the engine will now provide more stability, taken from the H2. Design too has been adapted from the H2 which makes it looking more aggressive and the green colour gives it a look of a viper.

Phentermine 30 Mg Where To Buy The instrument cluster remains the same as the Ninja 300. Breaking duties is handled by 310 mm disc in the front and 220 mm in the rear, both comes with two piston calliper.

Suspension is handled by a 41 mm telescopic forks in the front and rear mono shock from Unitrak. The bike now weighs 9 kgs more than the 300 at 173 kg.

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So, the question remains, is this a worthy upgrade? An upgrade of just 100cc from 300 to 400?

Yes, it is. The difference is small but a jump from 39 bhp to 44 is big for a novice rider who wants to experience powerful sports bike. The segment between 200 to 300 is considered for those who are new in the field of handling sports bike. But, the 400 will give balanced platform between 300 to 600cc. It is the platform where a rider can make his base strong and later on could move to higher cc bikes after getting experience. 

At, 4.69 lakhs, this might seem to be a bit expensive but then, it’s a Kawasaki so that’s justified. 

 

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Rohit Chatterjee

Rohit Chatterjee

Done graduation with Journalism honors. Rider, bike and sports enthusiast with a dream to become an auto journalist or sports correspondent.