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March 23, 2009 at 9:33 pm in reply to: My new Ninja 250R and oil change (somewhat urgent) #17298
Thanks. That has been very helpful. Will put this experience to the test on my bike as well and report back!March 23, 2009 at 10:26 am in reply to: My new Ninja 250R and oil change (somewhat urgent) #17243
Thanks. Will contact them first thing today and will keep you posted as to what I hear back!March 22, 2009 at 10:04 pm in reply to: My new Ninja 250R and oil change (somewhat urgent) #17229
That is certainly part of my fear. I am also afraid that if that was the case the engine may have been damaged on the ride home (as the oil “disappeared”). Any thoughts?March 22, 2009 at 9:51 pm in reply to: My new Ninja 250R and oil change (somewhat urgent) #17226
Upright I also opened the cap. There seems to be nothing there…March 22, 2009 at 9:27 pm in reply to: My new Ninja 250R and oil change (somewhat urgent) #17222
Problem is that the oil glass indicated almost maximum level as I left the dealership and hardly any left this morning (again, 20 miles later)…September 28, 2008 at 11:06 pm in reply to: Several Qs I am hoping to get answers to… #12907
Thanks Rupmisc and Ben for your thoughtful and helpful posts. Very useful indeed.
Rupmisc: I did take the MSF (BRC course). I would not be riding a bike without it (did I mention being cautious lol). You did identify the correct bike I have been using so your post is useful (thanks for taking the time).
Like you I am a bit concerned about the sitting position on a cruiser (I am 44), but would not like to have a forward reclining, sporty, position either. It does seem that the 250 has a better sitting position than the 500 (one wonders if Kawasaki is going to change that in 2010…).
I have been doing quite a lot of reading online. This might also be the time to say that I very much appreciate this website and have found it extremely helpful