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Best Ninja 300 Repair Manual

If you’ve ever been interested in motorcycle repair manuals / service manuals, you’re going to want to check this out. We’ll be going through the newest repair manual by Cyclepedia. It’s an interactive, digital-only motorcycle service manual, full of bright, color pictures, and easy step-by-step instructions.

The best part? Cyclepedia makes service manuals for all types of motorcycles, and they probably make one for you too. Check out this video to see what their repair manuals are like.


Yesterday I was planning on getting some work done on my 1997 Harley-Davidson Sportster XL1200. Another project motorcycle that I’m trying to bring back to her former glory, much like I’ve been doing with a Ducati Monster 620

But then I got an email from Cyclepedia: They had a new service manual for the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and they wanted me to review it.

Cyclepedia is in the business of making digital service manuals. They get a perfectly good motorcycle, completely tear it apart, and put it all back together again. They figure out how to do this so that you won’t have to. Then they make a Kawasaki Ninja 300 repair manual and sell it to you for a pretty sweet price.

Let’s see how this goes…

I was kind of excited when Cyclepedia  reached out. Although, if I’m being honest, it’s the only bike in my garage currently in 10/10 condition:

The Ducati leaks. The V-Rod has a brake dragging. The Yamaha doesn’t have high beams wired up. The Sportster in her current state is hideous. Only my little Kawasaki is fully-functional. But I won’t turn down a cool new manual.

So how is it?

Anyway, the manual is quite good. Here are a few of my favorite parts:

  • Complete listing of specifications of all liquids, torque values, bolt sizes, etc. that you’re working
  • Step by step easy to follow instructions

See for yourself! I made a video of the manual:

watch this video

Click the little unmute button in the bottom left corner to unmute the video.
Watch this video!Conclusions

Personally, I swear by Cyclepedia. They’ve got an ever-growing collection of motorcycle service manuals. Check out their site to see if they make one for your bike.

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About Adrian from YouMotorcycle

I started riding motorcycles in 2007, founded YouMotorcycle in 2009, and was working in the motorcycle industry by 2011. I've worked for some of the biggest companies in motorcycling, before going full-time self-employed in the motorcycle business in 2019. I love sharing his knowledge and passion of motorcycling with other riders to help you as best I can.

One comment

  1. Oh wow, that website is a lifesaver! But, you know, kinda steep on the wallet. They sure don’t skimp on the details though!

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