When Kawasaki redesigned the Ninja 250 to make it look like a proper sportbike, we knew they were onto something. Anyone who has ridden one knows it, too: great things come in small packages. Now, with the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja EX300, the guys in green have done it again.
We know that you’re going to want to customize the new lightweight Ninja, so Roaring Toyz has a new Ninja 300 lowering package kit: lowering links, a lowering kickstand, and 1” handlebar risers/front end lowering blocks. Each piece is CNC-machined from 6061 billet aluminum, anodized black, and contrast cut with the Roaring Toyz logo.
The lowering links have five holes so you can adjust ride height, and the lowering kickstand comes with all of the hardware you need for easy installation. The handlebar risers and front end lowering blocks let you lower the front end of the EX300 by a full inch while still retaining complete suspension travel and proper clearance between the front fender and the upper fairing.
Sure, you can get each piece separately, but the Roaring Toyz Ninja 300 lowering package kit has everything you need for a lowered custom look. Easy installation means you’re that much closer to showing up all those big-bore boys.