1989 Kawasaki Ninja 250 - a scottoiler system, Works Performance rear shock, Traxxion Dynamics front forks, Oxford Heaterz heated grips and Handlebar Muffs for when it's really cold. My To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. .
Hi I have just signed up, I am from Christchurch NZ, own a cbr250r 1989 mc19.
I love this bike, any questions on them Id be happy to try and answer
Kia ora Badass,
I hail from Aotearoa too, and do hanker after getting back. I had hoped to be back about now, but kind of got trapped into teaching another term here, so now looking to a Q1/2 '13 return.
The bike you have is the wild four from Japan, long since out of production. This forum focuses on the mild thumper from Thailand that first appeared on the market a couple of years ago.
As a motorcycle, I reckon yours is a far more exciting machine. However, the current incarnation is interesting (to me at least) as fuss free transport.
There may be more of interest to you on this forum:
Hi, i've also just purchased a 1989 cbr250r and as im a first time rider i have very little knowledge maintanence of the bike. I've done alot of youtubing and it has worked very well but when i go to do an oil change i get a little nervous just incase i unscrew the wrong thing or something like that. The bit where the oil filter is is just below and a bit to the right of where the oil is poured into yes? I have found the bolt underneath the bike that needs to be undone to drain the pre-existing oil, i just need to make sure im taking off the correct part to change the oil filter before i actual do it. Any advice would be appreciated !