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Hi there,

Short term lurker, first time poster.

Was going to get a quote for insurance on another motorbike and I thought I'd see if this insurer had the Ninja H2 listed yet, and they did.

So I did a quote for myself, 35, no claims, 8 years licence, normal stuff...

$1,889.94 per year which apparently includes a 25% online discount.

****.

Google insure my ride if you're in Aus if you want to get a quote, they are a sister company of Just car insurance so they are legit.

Suncorp has it listed online but they can't give an online quote for some reason, need to call.
 

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I got 3 quotes,amazed at the difference.
48,no claims in 25 years,no tickets.
RACV (have my car with them) $3150
Shannons $2100
Swann. Have been insured with for 15 years,never a claim,just over $1200 and they took $80 off my Gen 3's insurance for having a multi-bike policy.
H2 insured for $37k + $1500 riding gear.
 

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Never ceases to amaze me the price differences here in Oz. You really have to shop around. Had my Z1000 with Swann for about $650 a year. Wanted to add a ZX-12R to the policy and somehow they did both bikes at the same price (I mean in total!) and added gear insurance as well. WTF?! Nice.

On other bikes, have had quotes of 2.9K to 1.2K just in the space of a few phone calls over 10 minutes.

Rock.
 

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Never ceases to amaze me the price differences here in Oz. You really have to shop around. Had my Z1000 with Swann for about $650 a year. Wanted to add a ZX-12R to the policy and somehow they did both bikes at the same price (I mean in total!) and added gear insurance as well. WTF?! Nice.

On other bikes, have had quotes of 2.9K to 1.2K just in the space of a few phone calls over 10 minutes.

Rock.
That is a sick deal Rock,effing awesome.
Aussie Insurance is all about the postcode (zip for our U.S friends),if I moved 5 minutes away to another code I'd save heaps.
 

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Got a few things with Shannons so ended up at $1219. They have been excellent with a couple of claims I've had in the past. QBE $1450.00.
Bike finally reached Canberra at lunchtime today along with another 2 unsold as yet. Snowy Mountains riding for the weekend, screw mowing the grass it can wait. :D
 

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Got a few things with Shannons so ended up at $1219. They have been excellent with a couple of claims I've had in the past. QBE $1450.00.
Bike finally reached Canberra at lunchtime today along with another 2 unsold as yet. Snowy Mountains riding for the weekend, screw mowing the grass it can wait. :D

Awesome!
 

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got the policy sorted today, final price $1375 with NRMA insured to $38k

;)

also the bikebiz fella is keen flashing the ecu and remove all the limitations, much easier than posting the ecu around :D
 

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got the policy sorted today, final price $1375 with NRMA insured to $38k

;)

also the bikebiz fella is keen flashing the ecu and remove all the limitations, much easier than posting the ecu around :D
Mate personally I would wait until you can ride it with traction control off and engine braking on reduced setting, I would be surprised if your looking for anymore get up and go than that.;)
 

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I'm just plodding along over the Snowys now and once i run this thing in its gonna be a weapon. Even just tooling around 6000 revs is pretty cool, dont need music on the earphones just listen to that thing sing :)
 

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Hi Guys I am an ex IAG employee (NRMA, RACV, CGU, SGIO, Swann, SGIC, Coles, Lumley etc)

I still get an awesome discount so mine was only $700.00 per year sorry guys :(

I would check out LSV (Lumley Special Vehicles) it was brought in to be the Shannons killer and they offer some of the cheapest quotes I've seen. They wouldn't insurer me as I was under 25 so I couldn't get a quote. I've spoken to the underwriters about this bike and they aren't concerned by the supercharger, the CEO of Swann even said 'there are already bikes capable of 300km/h speeds so this is not something new to them'.

Lets be honest you aren't likely to get a fresh 18 year old buying one of these things!!
 

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My first quote from my Kawasaki dealer was like $5000+ US for a 59 year old with no tickets or wrecks, but my wife and kids have had plenty. Finally got Gieco for $850 or something, but later raised to about $1100, still not bad considering the family history. Just for laughs I checked my 19 year old son's rates for the H2, only $12,000 per year!
 
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My first quote from my Kawasaki dealer was like $5000+ US for a 59 year old with no tickets or wrecks, but my wife and kids have had plenty. Finally got Gieco for $850 or something, but later raised to about $1100, still not bad considering the family history. Just for laughs I checked my 19 year old son's rates for the H2, only $12,000 per year!
Haha $12,000.00!!! I knew there had to be something good that comes out of being the wrong side of 40! :)
 
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