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May 12

Posts: 5

asoe209 says:

Ninja 250r exhaust

Can any one recommend an exhaust for a ninja 250r 2010 upwards. To give the bike more of an aggressive sound?

I know nothing about brands or names when it comes to this kind of thing.

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Aug 09

Posts: 2721

MarcusMarsh says:


Unless the one fitted to the bike actually needs replacement stick with it.  Most of us tend to only keep smaller machines for short periods of time to develop our  skillls and build up some NCB before moving onto something bigger.  Therefore, any money that you throw at the bike in terms of accessories or upgrades will be quickly lost.  (Save it towards your next bike)  Wait until you have a bigger bike that you are likely to keep for longer.  Any investment you them make in the bike will be more worthwhile.  

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Jan 08

Posts: 7717

kcmc says:


advice from mm but if your going to do it take a look at

Good Luck


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Mar 11

Posts: 80

Hackey says:



I had a Ninja 250r and the scorpion exhaust for it was immense, sounded like a 600

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Feb 08

Posts: 817

Andy949494 says:

Watch your insurance...

Even I thought that the 250R exhaust was too quiet  (Nobody ever used to hear me coming when I was filtering probably the only bike that is almost as quiet is the CBF125. The Deau was much louder!) but watch your insurance. When I investigated it for mine the broker was demanding lots of technical information that I couldn't possibly give without running the bike on a dyno (to prove that it wasn't changing the registration class of the bike) and was likely to impose restrictions (I'm over 40 and have had an unrestricted license for many years). I would recommend phoning up your insurance company first...
When I investigated it there were a number of exhausts from the usual suspects. Check if they are full systems and if they require any other changes. If you go on youtube you can hear them too...
As Marcus says you might be better off saving your money towards a new bike.

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