What oil does a Kawasaki Ninja 250 take?

What oil does a Kawasaki Ninja 250 take?

SAE 10W-40 Motorcycle Oil, 1 Quart by Lucas Oil®.

How many quarts of oil does a Ninja 250R take?

1.5 qts
“Fill w/ 1.5 qts of your favorite oil. Wait a minute, then add a very small amount of oil at a time until oil is halfway up the level-check window (aka “sight glass”). Replace the filler cap.” 1.5 quarts is 1.41 Liters or so.

What does a KN 401 oil filter fit?

K&N Motorcycle Oil Filter: High Performance, Premium, Designed to be used with Synthetic or Conventional Oils: Fits Select Kawasaki Vehicles, KN-401 , black.

How much HP does a ninja 250 have?

Ninja 250 Specs: Maximum Speed 105 mph (170 km/h) Max Horsepower 36 @ 11000 RPM (26 @ rear wheel) Max Torque 18 Ft/Lbs @ 10000 RPM (14 @ rear wheel) Fuel Efficiency 55-75 MPG.

What kind of oil does a Kawasaki motorcycle take?

Kawasaki Performance 4-Stroke Full Synthetic Oil, Quart, 10W-40.

What oil does a 2009 Ninja 250r take?

AMSOIL synthetic lubricants are the solution for riders who want the most from their 2009 Kawasaki EX-R Ninja.

How often should I change the oil in my Kawasaki Ninja?

Kawasaki have changed the major service interval, which includes the oil change, from 7,500 to 12,000 miles. As long your annual mileage is less than 12K, then an annual oil change is right.

How do you maintain a Kawasaki Ninja 250r?

To maintain the bike properly all you need is:

  1. Oil change every 5000km or 3 months.
  2. Engine service for every 7500km, or 10.000km.
  3. Oil filter change after changing the oil twice (which is around 10.000km).
  4. Air filter change after 2 years.
  5. Chain slack.
  6. Throttle and clutch freeplay.
  7. Brake fluid change after 2 years.

Who makes Kawasaki full synthetic oil?

ELF is the only lubricant manufacturer worldwide having developed a co branded product with Kawasaki, ELF Vent Vert. ELF has a license agreement for European countries and the product is also distributed in Japan and Thailand under Kawasaki Parts & Service Offer.

What are the best aftermarket motorcycle oil filters?

We’ve then listed the part number for two of the most popular aftermarket oil filter brands: K&N and HifloFiltro so you can easily order the part through your local motorcycle dealer or just follow the link to where you can buy online.

How to remove an oil filter from a motorcycle?

A chain tool is also a decent weapon in your oil filter removal arsenal. You wrap it around the filter and then twist it. As you twist, you’ll probably dent the filter but that also helps the tool grip. You can then tighten it up a link and twist again. Handy if your filter has been fitted by the Incredible Hulk at your local motorcycle dealer.

What size socket do I need to remove the oil filter?

The oil filter removal socket fits to a 1/4″ ratchet drive or T-bar. It pays to ensure your filter is clean before you use this tool as a dirt y filter is hard to grip.