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Of course I'll be in the Beginner Group, being my first year, but do you think I'll outgrow the 300? I figure I could probably get 2 years of track-days out of the 300 (at least) before wanting to go up to a 600cc, but would love the opinions of those of you who have actually experienced the track and know what they're talking about.
a ninja 300 would be an AWESOME track bike. holy shit, i would LOVE to track one of them. i've been slowly "downgrading" my bikes and i think my next purchase would be a small one like that or the sv650.

trust me when i tell you that passing bigger, faster bikes on the track NEVER gets old. never. totally 100% jealous of you right now. dammit!

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I think your going to get bored as hell when everyone and their mother is passing you on the track. Now if you were racing a 300 in a relevant class it would be different. If your dad wants something cheap and you want something for the track then an SV650 is the way to go.
only on the straight. you would learn quickly how to CRUSH people in the corners. just the thought of one set of tires for a whole season of track days is giving me a chubby...


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So HotBodies just released their track bodywork for the Ninja 300, so I took the picture and came up with an initial design of how I'd possibly paint the track fairings:



Whatcha guys think? I just threw the number on there for S&G's. Of course the green would be Kawi Green, the black would be Ebony black.


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I'm jelly, I love my 250 for racing. So cheap and fun. You're going to have a blast.

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Pick it up tomorrow! Let the mods begin lol

Came up with another color scheme, think I may go with HotBodies Color Form so I don't have to paint the entire thing.



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Pick it up tomorrow! Let the mods begin lol
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I was freezing my balls off today! About 40*F, and was a half hour ride home on the thruway >_<





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What'd you get that sucker for OTD? Plan is to pick one up for the girlfriend to learn to ride on, but we'll probably wait until they start showing up used.
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