Ninja 650 Engine Rebuild

How long does a Ninja 650 engine last?

The Kawasaki Ninja 650 can last for well over 75,000 miles before requiring an engine rebuild. This is dependent on several factors such as maintenance, style of riding and ownership habits. Based on an anual mileage of 5,000 miles per year a well-kept Ninja 650 could last over 15 years. via

Is the Ninja 650 reliable?

Reliability & build quality

The Ninja 650 hasn't really changed much in the three years since its launch and MCN owners' reviews of the old bike show it was plenty reliable. The engine in both models is adapted from the bullet-proof ER-6f motor, so don't expect many issues there. via

How much HP does a Ninja 650 make?

67 hp

Power 67 hp
Bore x Stroke 70.0 x 51.8mm
Compression Ratio 11.5:1
Fuel System DFI® with dual 32mm throttle bodies


How many miles can a Kawasaki Ninja last?

Kawasaki Motorcycles are well-built, durable bikes that can last between 100,000 and 200,000 miles on average depending on how well they are maintained and the riding style they are subject to. Based on riding 5,000 miles a year you can expect a Kawasaki bike to last 20 – 40 years. via

How fast is a Kawasaki Ninja 650 2021?

Kawasaki Ninja 650 Specifications

Engine & Drivetrain:
Curb Weight: 425.6 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 4.0 gallons
Wheelbase: 55.5 inches
Top Speed: 131 mph (est)


Is Ninja 650 liquid cooled?

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Engine 4-stroke, Parallel Twin, DOHC, 8-valve, liquid cooled
Displacement 649cc
Bore x Stroke 83.0 x 60.0mm
Compression Ratio 10.8:1


Is the Ninja 650 a fun bike?

The Ninja 650 is the most fun on twisty backroads.

They're good and plenty strong enough while also offering a good feel. And we love the adjustable front brake (and clutch) lever, which is something you don't often get on “budget” motorcycles. Overall, our ABS-fitted Ninja stopped well. via

How many miles per gallon does a Kawasaki Ninja 650R get?

So, there's more to the 49.44mpg than meets the eye. The Ninja 650 has been proving to be pretty good on fuel overall. via

Is the Ninja 650 fast enough?

The Ninja 650 is not fast. The 649cc parallel twin has proved hugely successful and popular – especially with Minitwins racers - but the best performance is when you keep it in the midrange. Top speed is 125 mph, which to some might sound fast-ish, but in the world of modern performance bikes, it really isn't. via

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How many miles is a lot for a KLR 650?

From my own research and reading it appears that 70,000-80,000 miles is about average for a well maintained KLR engine. via

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Why are Kawasaki so cheap?

Kawasaki made the bike using inexpensive and plentiful parts. It, therefore, means that maintaining this bike is going to be cheap, and the parts easy to source. via

Are Ninja bikes reliable?

However, the good news is that the fundamentals are sturdy and Kawasaki Ninja 300 reliability should be pretty good. Our Kawasaki Ninja 300 owners reviews report very few major issues, and even though the motors tend to spend most of their lives at high revs, they're generally solid. via

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