Advantages of Ninja RR
Power is one of the mainstays for this type 2 tax motorbike. Likewise with the Ninja RR which is arguably great for its speed and power reliability. The combustion process that occurs in each crankshaft makes the 2-tax motor power evenly from the bottom to the top rotation.
The latest Ninja 150 2 tax which is equipped with Super KIPS and HSAS technology makes it capable of going up to a maximum speed of 170 to 190 km / h. This makes it difficult to match if not by a motorbike with an engine capacity of 250 cc and above. My experience driving this Ninja RR motorcycle makes me have to admit when the bottom rotation of this bike is really crazy and deserves a thumbs up. very top..
Super KIPS and HSAS technology which is the mainstay of the Ninja RR motorbike can minimize exhaust gas and produce more stable power both in high engine speed or low engine speed.
The sound of the 2 tax motorcycle exhaust often causes a loud noise. Now for the Ninja RR, it has an exhaust with a softer and friendlier sound.
Disadvantages of Ninja RR
Of course, because the power generated is so great that the fuel that is released is also quite a lot. And that's exactly what happened with the Ninja RR. Fuel is quite wasteful. Combustion system that is only two steps makes the engine require more fuel intake.
Not only that, the addition of side oil on this 2 stroke type motor requires a lubricant/side oil that functions as a mixture in the fuel because this engine uses a simple combustion. It is certain that spending on side oil is a challenge for this type of motorcyclist.
Super KIPS which became the mainstay of the Ninja RR turned out to have several weaknesses. For example, it is often jammed because it is dirty. This can be overcome by cleaning Super KIPS regularly.
The Kawasaki Ninja RR is very difficult to drive slowly. Worse yet, if the road conditions are jammed, the temperature will rise so that it can cause the engine to become very hot and even the engine/engine stuck (over heat) can occur.
Those are some of the advantages and disadvantages of the Kawasaki Ninja RR motorcycle.
I return to the subject, regarding How to Take Care of the Ninja RR150cc.
A simple question arises, why should I take care of it, why not just take it to an expert at an official workshop?
That's right, your thoughts on this are very reasonable and very understandable. Going to the repair shop and we just sit still is a better thing to do. Finished ..
But there are things that maybe not many people understand, when we ourselves can handle and maintain a motorbike without relying on an expert it is much more interesting.
Not only that, there is a sense of pride when we can do motorcycle maintenance without involving other people. That's so different.
More importantly, this simple treatment does not require serious expertise, the important thing is that there is a will. One more thing, you don't have to pay a fee to pay for the experts.
However, it all comes down to how you judge it. You can take care of yourself or rely on someone else. Whatever.
If you want to take care of it yourself, maybe this article will be very helpful for you. But if you choose to take it to a repair shop, just ignore this post.
I will give you some tips for caring for your 2 tax motorbike, here are the steps for you.
How to take care of Ninja RR 150cc Super KIPS
- Check Engine Oil Condition
As explained above, that the most standard thing to do in motorcycle maintenance is to change engine oil.
This is very easy to do.
Engine oil that functions as lubrication on your motorcycle engine will be better if it is done at least once every 4 weeks.
Not only that, disc oil or brake oil should also be your concern. Check and fill or add if you feel the oil has decreased or run out.
The most important thing about how to take care of the Ninja RR is to always check the engine oil regularly. When maintenance and checking of engine oil is neglected, be prepared for the sound of your Ninja motorcycle engine to be rough.
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- Always add side oil
- Clean Carburetor
- Check Coil and Spark Plug Wires
- Pay Attention to Blocks and Heads
- Check Accu
- Check Chain and Gear
- Pay Attention to the Exhaust Sound
- Regular checks on KIPS