The Ninja has a typical sportsbike feel and is peaky in nature. The Hyosung makes its peak power a full 1000 revs lower than the Ninja, but does not feel as punchy. The Ninja's redline sits at a rather high 13000rpm, as compared to the Hyosung's 10500rpm and both bikes pull beyond their respective redlines but the Ninja has an edge since it revs higher. The Ninja here is the sweeter sounding of the two especially at higher revs whereas the Comet sounds muted despite its V-twin mill. The Ninja's engine feels a lot smoother as well and even at high revs feels calm unlike the Hyosung. Performance numbers are proof of the Ninja having the upper hand here. The Ninja achieves the 0-100kmph feat in 8.3 seconds, while the GT250R takes 10.21 seconds. The Ninja crosses the quarter mile mark in 16.26 seconds at 128.83kmph, whereas the GT250R is more than a second slower at 17.53 seconds, and is at 119.67kmph at the point. The Ninja outperforms the Hyosung in braking as well, despite the GT250R sporting twin 300mm discs upfront. The Ninja's 290mm single petal disc brake offers a lot more bite, feedback and feel than the GT250R, be it at low speeds or high.