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Monday, February 29, 2016

TQ Garage - Brake Pads Replaced: Ninja 300

When we get ourselves a motorcycle, we are just not getting a piece of machinery, but we are getting into a life style that forms the soul of the motorcycle. It is very important that we know that life style and commit to it in order to enjoy that life style to the fullest.

Motorcycle maintenance is a very crucial part of living with a motorcycle as it not only helps us understand that our motorcycles better but also the knowledge can save the day for us during some very uncomfortable situations.

So, continuing our "Quest" to know motorcycles better and help our readers and viewers to connect with their motorcycles better, we are starting the new section in Throttle Quest - TQ Garage, where we would be discussing motorcycle maintenance, repairs, tips and tricks, D.I.Y and a lot more. To kick start this section, we would starting off with the rear brake pad replacement of our 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300. The TQ Garage would comprise primarily of videos so that we can explain better using AV. This tutorial is also valid for almost all smaller capacity motorcycles with rear disc setup (between 150cc to 400cc segment) as almost all of them have a twin pod rear brake setup. We really hope that we are able to help you and the community and please do share your comments and thoughts.

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Item Reviewed: TQ Garage - Brake Pads Replaced: Ninja 300 Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Sajal
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