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My New 06 ZZR-250

Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' at netrider.net.au started by B3NKobe, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. Hi all,

    Well yesterday I picked up my brand new ZZ-R 250 after being on the Spada for a few months, I decided to stay with a 250 and buy a new one as im still learning and will have the bike for a couple of years yet just for comuting to and from work.

    Anyway heres a couple of pics:

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  2. ZZR-250 looks like a real grown-up bike in black, doesn't it?
     
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  3. The ZZR is a good bike, hope you enjoy it as much as i have mine.

    I'm upgrading over the next coupls of weeks, and was ready to shed a tear for parting with the ZZR. I have promised my son that i would finance his first bike (in a years time) and he has decided he wants my ZZR. So get the best of both worlds.

    Good Luck and stay safe.
     
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  4. looks very nice in black.
    nice bike.
     
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  5. Nice and shiny :)

    Out of curiosity, what is the difference between this ZZR and GPX250R? The seem very similar, almost identical actually...
     
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  6. The ZZR uses a twin spar alloy frame and has a 17 inch front wheel. The GPX uses a steel frame and has a 16 inch front wheel. The cams are different in the GPX engine also. The bikes have a very different feel about them. I bought a ZZR 250 about 12 years ago for my first bike and loved it. I still think they are 1 of the best learner bikes going.
     
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  7. As an ex black zzr250 owner and still a Kwaka rider, welcome to Klub Kwaka, love em in black .. treat yourself to a set of Megacycle pipes and the zzr250 gets a nice bassy thump to it.

    BTW, I called mine Daffy, cause it was a black quacka :LOL:

    cd59590f.
     
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  8. Very nice lookin' bike dude.
     
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  9. Glad you all like it, Might bring it along to my first netrider coffee night sometime :grin: ,

    @Nobby: How much did the pipes set you back mate? Is there a large difference?
     
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  10. pipes were around $5oo, and I couldn't honestly say they improved performance in any way, but they gave me road presence,

    The 4 wheeled bastards may be able to say they didn't see me, but there was no way in hades they could say they didn't hear me.... :shock:
     
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  11. Very nice, bro...
     
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  12. Are they available for the GPX, or will the ZZR pipes fit the GPX? There aren't GPX pipes on the Megacycle site (the ZZR ones aren't there either)
     
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  13. yes the mega cycle pipes fit the gpx, with no mods required, as the set i bought of nobby went on mine and then i sold them on to a mate who rides a gpx and yep the megacycles gives you a huge road presense, a good investment, if your planning on keeping it for a while.

    Tidy looking bike too :wink:
     
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  14. Sweet, might have to get a set then. Is it possible to put them on yourself?
     
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  15. there aint many aftermarket exhausts cater for GPX/ZZR. :( I have done some research, Muzzy also makes one - http://www.muzzys.com/catalog/sportbike_exs.html

    do you have any pics or sound clips of the megacycle pipes? Are these 2 in 1 system?

    cheers
     
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  16. 2ndclasscitizen: A basic socket set, an allen key and exhaust goo is all you need to swap over the pipes on the zzr, less than an hour and the jobs done.

    Technik: The megs are fitted in the pic above, unfortunately my old hard drive ate a lot of my files, amongst them was the sound files.
     
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  17. Err, WTF is exhaust goo?
     
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  18. Err, WTF is exhaust goo?[/quote]

    I use Permatex #1 Form-A-Gasket sealant available from almost all auto shops for around $10.
     
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