My 2021 Ninja400 Updated 01-24-2022
Updated: 2 days ago
Leo Vince LV-10 slip on canister muffler
TST rear tail delete LED tail light
TechSpech tank grip kit
Smoked wind screen
NortonMotorSport clutch cable spring mod
Rear passenger pegs delete
BoosterPlug piggyback fueler
TST Pair delete block off plate and harness
TST fork axle sliders
ProBolt 7075 aluminum gold fairing dress kit
NortonMotorsports & Barnett clutch springs
2011 GSXR1000 rear spring mod
NortonMotorsports GSXR L-bracket adaptor
Puig foot peg bracket base in black
Puig red anodized knurled foot pegs
NortonMotorsports 1.6 bar radiator cap
Generic radiator cover/ protector
TST rectifier relocation kit
TST frame sliders
MOS forged wheels in gold 😍
TST front led turn signals in smoked lens
TST captive wheel spacers front and rear
Driven rear axle block sliders
Driven captive rear axle blocks
Vortex adjustable levers
R6 throttle sleeve mod
Accossato quick turn fuel cap
Driven 1.5" riser clip ons
Spears Racing steering stop
Driven aluminum drive sprocket
Traxxion springs and spacers for my weight
Front fork preload adjusters
GB Racing engine covers
Scorpion bike alarm with proximity sensor
These are pictures from the dealership at Suzuki City in Biloxi MS as I paid for the bike and got ready to pick it up a couple of days later. $5,800 out the door with a 1 year warranty.
I bought this because after the Accent broke down and had to have a best bud get me around while I fixed the car I realized that I needed a second vehicle to drive. The Honda was that vehicle but with all that's being done to it and the length of time to finish I needed something new and reliable.
The Ninja300 and 400 have a solid reputation for being a great beginners bike, track bike, and all around bike that can be built to suit whatever riding style you have. This is why I bought one and my desire to ride was overwhelming as I'm no longer a young buck anymore and time is ticking. 😝
Here's the most up to date pictures with the TechSpec tank grips, TST tail delete, NortonMotorsport clutch cable return spring mod, Leo Vince slip on can, and a nice smoked wind screen to spruce up the bike a bit. 😍
So far I've got 68 miles on it with 56 mpg fuel efficiency so far. 👍
New tag for the bike will have WHEEE as a custom tag as that's how I feel when I ride her. 😂🤷🏼♂️ https://youtu.be/c7dZPGvOMEE
Heres a quick video up to date of the bike. 😍
More to come on this bike, it's upgrades, and all of the good stuff along the way.
A little late with the posting but I do stay busy so here's some updates. 😁
After putting in 68 miles on the bike I decided to change the break in oil with Kawasaki standard 10W40 oil and a new filter. Magnetic drain plug installed and new billet oil cap with tether added too.
I also installed a GSXR 1000 rear adjustable shock as the spring in it is perfect for my weight and the shock is fully adjustable for compression and rebound damping. Stock shock is non-adjustable and I wanted something better. 👍
I also installed Norton Motorsports adjustable rear sets on the bike for better ergo and also installed the Puig foot pegs base and their foot pegs. 😍
You'll also notice the gold dress up kit for the fairings which look good on the red and will match the gold wheels coming soon. 🥰
I did add a radiator cover to protect the radiator from rocks and debris while I had the fairings off. 1.6 bar radiator cap also added for a cooler bike and a TST Pair delete that I didn't take pictures of. 🤷
BoosterPlug fueler piggy back controer to help with the below 3500 rpm throttle control and to smooth out the fueling at those rpm's.
It will also help with the fueling as the slip on muffler means the bike out a bit.
In the pictures below I have my new Aria helmet, radiator cover, and the already purchased gold MOS forged wheels for the bike and the rest of the mods to go on the bike soon. 🙌
I do plan on going to Yamaha Champ School in October 2022 in North Carolina for their 2 day school. After the school on Thursday and Friday the following Saturday and Sunday there will be a track day I'll be attending to further my training of what I learned from the school.
All the parts in the world will not make you a better rider and going to this school, one of the best out there, is something I've wanted to do for some time to be a good rider on street and track.
I can't wait and I'll be taking the baby Ninja with me for the events.
Happy Holidays to all and I'll post up again in the New Year. 😇😎
Man way to much progress to list done to the bike as I prepare it for it's first track day coming soon.
Jennings GP in Georgia is where I'll be going for my first track day and I'm pretty much prepped with all the gear I need to be protected and looking good. 😁
I updated the modifications list too.
Keeping it short this time here are a few pictures of how she sits at the moment.
More updates coming as the preparation continues. 👍