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Old July 1st, 2011, 01:30 AM   #1
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Indonesian NINJA 250r (Aprilia RS 250 legs swap)

Hi guys,

I would like to share our latest NINJA 250r modif project. Specs:

Front Fork Aprilia RS 250
Swing Arm Aprilia RS 250
Rim Set Suzuki GSX-750 Katana (3,5 & 4.5 Inch)
Front Tire Michelin Pilot Power 120/70-17
Rear Tire Michelin Pilot Power 160/60-17
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Old July 1st, 2011, 01:31 AM   #2
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Old July 1st, 2011, 01:31 AM   #3
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Old July 1st, 2011, 02:00 AM   #4
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fix your blog link, you forgot to put the :

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kira2 berapa bisa habis untuk upside down fork depan? seumpamanya punya RS250 atau GSX, etc?
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Old July 1st, 2011, 02:07 AM   #5
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fix your blog link, you forgot to put the :

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it should be

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kira2 berapa bisa habis untuk upside down fork depan? seumpamanya punya RS250 atau GSX, etc?
Thanx Bli Wayan!

The raw material price for upside down fork + dual caliper + triple clam will be around US$ 850-1000, depend on the year & condition.
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Old July 1st, 2011, 07:52 AM   #6
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Old July 1st, 2011, 08:14 AM   #7
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Old July 1st, 2011, 08:44 AM   #8
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Wow, great looking bike!!!

I'll second what Slolane said... that's a hot looking bike, I would have gotten the white version, but the dealer said they were sold out for the year.... so I went with the black version instead.
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Old July 1st, 2011, 08:51 AM   #9
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... drool.. omg this is amazing looking..
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Hmmm. Interesting.

I was wondering if a RS125 swingarm would fit on the 250r. The 125 runs with a 150 60/17 on the back stock, so it would be ideal for the 250r.

It would be much better than the stock swingarm the 250r comes with...better torsional rigidity, better chain adjusters, easier for track tire changes, wider for more tire options, and probably shave off quite a few lbs too.
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that looks awesome! I see all these bikes Fromm Indonesia and they look sick. did anyone in Indonesia make a pregen look sick before the current one came out? pictures too possibly?
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Old July 1st, 2011, 09:34 AM   #12
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pregens were/are not availble here in indo, they were not imported/sold due to the high import taxes.

however, it seems like kawasaki have been able to pull some strings to get these new ninja 250s in without the insane taxes that other imported bikes usually still get.

thus the big following that it has had over here

ps, due to the falling dollar, and the reasonably strong rupees, they cost more now when counting in USD compared to when they first came out. its like over 6 grand for a new bike now, while a couple years ago, it was around 5 grand. mainly due to the changing exchange rates...
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Hmmm. Interesting.

I was wondering if a RS125 swingarm would fit on the 250r. The 125 runs with a 150 60/17 on the back stock, so it would be ideal for the 250r.

It would be much better than the stock swingarm the 250r comes with...better torsional rigidity, better chain adjusters, easier for track tire changes, wider for more tire options, and probably shave off quite a few lbs too.
Will be too much problem to apply the RS 125 swing-arm Sir, as the chain is located on the right side, not on the left side
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Old July 1st, 2011, 10:43 AM   #15
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I'll second what Slolane said... that's a hot looking bike, I would have gotten the white version, but the dealer said they were sold out for the year.... so I went with the black version instead.
In Indonesia, the dealer is very flexible, with additional US$400 we can order any color that we want. And the bike will be registered with the color that we order
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thanks Wayan that makes sense. I was hoping to be able to get some trick parts for my bike. or at least drool at someone else's sick pregen. guess not...
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What all did it take to make it all work (FAB wise)? Looks amazing man.
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OP, did you make careful measurements about the weight of the motorcycle before and after the modifications to the wheels, shocks, and the swingarm? I think the motorcycle appearance has been enhanced, however the increased tire wheel size and different shocks has me wondering whether there is an increase in weight of the project bike.
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looks great
what undertail and plate mount is that?
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@ducducgooseit:

even though the swing-arm looks bigger, i would not be surprised if it actually weighs less. ive picked up a yamha R6 swing-arm which is even bigger i think, and it it was really light...!

as far as the riding geometry goes, it probably changes it by quite a bit, usually more aggressive/lower (yey... back pains, lol)

keep in mind, that these mods are usually intended more for the look than the "performance" although quite often i would imagine you would benefit from the higher grade shox and brakes if its assembled properly.

oh ya, depending on the wheels, they can also be quite a weight saver. i wouldn't be surprised if the aprillia rims weigh less than the original ninja rims, seeing that the RS250 is really performance oriented.
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OP, did you make careful measurements about the weight of the motorcycle before and after the modifications to the wheels, shocks, and the swingarm? I think the motorcycle appearance has been enhanced, however the increased tire wheel size and different shocks has me wondering whether there is an increase in weight of the project bike.
It weight less than the original ninja. The upside-down forks weight a little more compare to the original telescopic forks, but the rims & swing-arms weight less because they're all hollow. Looks bigger but hollow and made from Aluminium.
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you guys really drop some serious cash on you're 250s over there...
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What all did it take to make it all work (FAB wise)? Looks amazing man.
Once we collect all the parts, the major works are doing the compensations with bushing here & there.

Nothing were changed on the original NINJA frame, no cutting, no grinding.

Cut a little bit on the Aprilia swing-arm axis, 3mm (1,5mm on each side) and it will perfectly fit into NINJA frame.

Maintain the original NINJA rear-shock but we have to make a new longer links.

Use both original Aprilia triple clam but maintain the original NINJA steering hub.



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looks great
what undertail and plate mount is that?
Aftermarket parts, very easy to find them in our country.
The undertail is made from fibre-glass, price: US$75;
The plate mounts is made from powder coated metal, price: US$15
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instead of importing 2nd hand parts from America into Indo, you need to export mechanics that can do this kind of work TO the states, haha... i think maybe you can make more money

they are lacking affordable modders over there, lol

well... if only that were possible, huh...
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instead of importing 2nd hand parts from America into Indo, you need to export mechanics that can do this kind of work TO the states, haha... i think maybe you can make more money

they are lacking affordable modders over there, lol

well... if only that were possible, huh...
But the atmosphere is different Bro We won't be able to send Balinese sculptor to do the job outside Bali rite?
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Believe me Sir ... It's not that expensive
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Aftermarket parts, very easy to find them in our country.
The undertail is made from fibre-glass, price: US$75;
The plate mounts is made from powder coated metal, price: US$15
Hey Munandar,

Is the undertail custom made, or is it mass produced?

I have a few friends in Indonesia, and if I can give them the place where they can buy the part, Ill have them ship it to me in the states.
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Is the undertail custom made, or is it mass produced?

I have a few friends in Indonesia, and if I can give them the place where they can buy the part, Ill have them ship it to me in the states.
Mass produced Bro. U can tell your friend to go Kebon Jeruk on Otista - Jakarta, many stores there sold NINJA 250r aftermar
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Mass produced Bro. U can tell your friend to go Kebon Jeruk or Otista - Jakarta, many stores there sold NINJA 250r aftermarket modif parts.
Excellent!! Thank-you my Man....

One more thing... can you post up a picture of the undertail by itself so I can email it to my friends for reference, or a part number and manufacture?

Thanks again for your help.
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WOW!!! Your bike is freakin' sweet!!! Definitely love what you've done to her... would love to do some of those mods to mine!!! Keep up the good work
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WOW!!! Your bike is freakin' sweet!!! Definitely love what you've done to her... would love to do some of those mods to mine!!! Keep up the good work
I'll be very happy to help ... if you need any informations or detail photos on the specific part of the bike, just let me know.
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Excellent!! Thank-you my Man....

One more thing... can you post up a picture of the undertail by itself so I can email it to my friends for reference, or a part number and manufacture?

Thanks again for your help.
I'll PM the photos asap Sir
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The bike is a keeper!!!

Any engine mods done? Rejet? Air Filter? Etc.
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Any engine mods done? Rejet? Air Filter? Etc.
Thx Bro! Original air filter & simple rejet. PJ to 40, change the jet needle but keep the original MJ.
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Once we collect all the parts, the major works are doing the compensations with bushing here & there.

Nothing were changed on the original NINJA frame, no cutting, no grinding.

Cut a little bit on the Aprilia swing-arm axis, 3mm (1,5mm on each side) and it will perfectly fit into NINJA frame.

Maintain the original NINJA rear-shock but we have to make a new longer links.

Use both original Aprilia triple clam but maintain the original NINJA steering hub.



Thats all ...
Would any year Aprilia RS 250 work? I really like this.
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Would any year Aprilia RS 250 work? I really like this.
I am using the 1997 Aprilia upside-down & swing-arm. Thats the best that i can get here. If u can get the younger year, don't be hesitate to get it!
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