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Leo Vince Install Kawasaki Ninja 650

Good looking Ninja 650. Nice paintjob.

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KLR 650 Fork Service

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Valve Adjustment on Kawasaki Ninja 250

A detailed very video showing valve adjustment on Kawasaki Ninja 250.  Show everything from tank removal to valve adjustment procedure itself with some good advice.

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Replace Motorcycle Front Brake Pads on Ninja 250

Relatively low res. video, but with clear explanation of the procedure and you still see what you need to see.

How to change your oil & filter on a 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Two part video about changing oil and oil filter on Kawasaki Ninja 250R. Part 1
Part 2 (great lesson - why you should follow manufacturers torque s

Air filter change on Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Guy changes his Kawi's airfilter. Watch it in 480p resolution. Nice and sharp.

Kawasaki Ninja 500 Brake Caliper Service

If you own a Kawasaki Ninja 500 , this is an excellent resource for howto's and other info:

Ohlins Rear Shock Installation on Kawasaki Z1000

Another great youtube  vid. from the same author

Brake Caliper Maintenance Kawasaki Z1000 2004

Good res. vid. Very good detail and nice background music to boot ! What's not to like ?

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Replace Motorcycle Rear Brake Pads on Kawasaki Ninja 250

Good video of  basic rear brake pad replacement. Not much of a step by step, but it's simple enough. Wish the guys showed what he used to clean that filthy rear brake caliper !

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Kawasaki Ninja Tank Dent Removal - Paintless Dent Repair

Pretty cool tank dent repair video, commercial advet., but still pretty cool.

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Replacing clutch & brake levers Kawasaki Ninja 250

A deatailed blow by blow how-to with pics. Older model ninja, but still applicable.

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Replace a gas tank on a 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R

This vid. helped when I had to replace my low slide damaged gas tank.

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