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Few little mods for the new bike.

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' at netrider.net.au started by scotts RR, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. Hey guys,
    I just upgraded from my little '90 cbr250 to a '00 zx6-r :shock:
    The bike is awesome fun, and has popped a few of my riding cherries :p

    The bike has 34000kms on it, and is stock as a rock. Its the red/black/white stripped theme, and i wanna do a few little things to it, but need to be pointed in the right direction.

    I want to do the following within the next few days

    Oggys
    Hard rear seat cover (rear cowl?)
    yoshi or similar (in carbon)
    black tinted screen
    tank/fuel cap protector (in carbon)

    So is their a good online store that everybody uses??

    I cant really affored the yosi just yet so i was going to drill out a little baffle, but i cant find much info on the negatives (searched and wiki'ed) and whats the difference between the pipes (slip on, bolt on) i,e how are they fitted/work?

    Do all oggy's fit all bikes or do you need model specific?



    sorry for all the noobness, but any help would be great.
    Scott
     
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  2. Just paint it black, drill the mufflers out and then your bike won't attract homo's.
     
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  3. First thing I suggest you do is seriously consider if you are willing to go through with all the mods you want to do. Doing up a bike can be a very expensive hobbie and I worn you once you start you are hooked.

    Second thing and maybe the most important thing are to find a forum especially for your bike. Here is the Australian forum www.kawariders.com.au/ and for a US site www.kawasakimotorcycle.org/forum/index.php. This is the best idea because these guys know the best things & parts for your bike and also where to get them.

    Next thing you have to consider is do you want to increase performance, looks or both.

    Have a look and tell me what you think. Like I said these guys can help you more than anyone here can
     
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  4. :roll:

    Don't drill out the stock can. Save it in case you ever have to put it back to stock.

    Just save some $$$ and buy a Yoshi when you can afford it.
     
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  5. No power, i want to keep it stock (apart from the pipe, and thats purley for sound).
    I know mods a addictive....... and costly. I brought my drift car for 6k 2 years ago, it now owes me 40k.
    The bike has plenty of power for a daily and a weekender. I only want to do the mods posted, then spend money on maintaining, handling and upgrading my riding gear.
    Thatnks for the links, i appreciate them.
     
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