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New Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R

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bet it could do 200

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2 hours ago, Damrongsak said:

And it comes back at circa 249,000 Baht ...

 

How does this compare with other bikes in Thailand?

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5 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

How does this compare with other bikes in Thailand?

Nothing even comes close. Best so far is the twin cylinder 300cc Benelli and Kawasaki and the 321cc Yamaha , giving about 40 BHP.  A 250cc four cylinder giving 59 BHP will really kick things off. I would price it about 280/310 K.

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12 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

How does this compare with other bikes in Thailand?

The cbr 250rr is 250,000 b, twin, 38.2 bhp

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1 minute ago, Nebula said:

The cbr 250rr is 250,000 b

Does this thing exist ?. 4 cylinders , 59 BHP. For sale in Thailand. Ive never seen one. Would be nice though. The Yamahas and Kawasakis of the Eighties would rev up to 20,000 RPM

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6 minutes ago, ktm jeff said:

Does this thing exist ?. 4 cylinders , 59 BHP. For sale in Thailand. Ive never seen one. Would be nice though. The Yamahas and Kawasakis of the Eighties would rev up to 20,000 RPM

The cbr exists but not 4 but 2 cylinders. Expected to be upgraded to 4 and a it more power.

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22 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

How does this compare with other bikes in Thailand?

Ninja 400 - 205,000

Ninja 650 - 306,500

YZF-R3 - 200,000

MT-07 299,000

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9 minutes ago, Nebula said:

The cbr exists but not 4 but 2 cylinders. Expected to be upgraded to 4 and a it more power.

Thanks. It seems the Honda has 38BHP , but the Kawasaki has 59BHP. Some difference.

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17,000RPM! I love screamers.

My VRF400 NC30 had 14,500RPM red line. First gear 100km/h, 2nd 140km/h. I loved that bike. I want 17,000!

 

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