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  • Q. What is the engine difference between Bullet 350 and Kawasaki Ninja?

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    Saarun
    Saarun | 6 months ago

    @ Jo | Bullet is a bullet......you can buy anything..go for the anything if you buy a bullet...bullet haters please pardon me..

    Well you can say that I agree.But that was 2 to 3 decades agothe older versions of bullet which with the gearbox on the right that series packed a huge lot of difference.nowadays people are using aftermarket exhaust to get that superior sound. In the older generations the sound, the feel it's all different for the new bullet..that's one of the reason we have bullet haters in the country...

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    Rahul
    Rahul | 3 months ago

    Bullet 350 is single cylinder and Ninjas are generally two or four cylinder bikes. I mean Bullet 350 means 1 piston and Ninjas means 2 or 4 pistons.

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    Gokul
    Gokul | 2 months ago

    Just don't compare kawasaki with a bullet ,kawasaki is a major sportbike company ,re is a s**t scam that makes people pay more money for old bikes

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