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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I have had a 2008 ZZR 600 for about three years now. It has a long list of minor modifications such as Heli bar risers, Spiegler LSL rear sets, Zero Gravity wind screen, large dose of Pro Bolt titanium bolts, Galfer rotors and brakes, Russel brake lines,speed bleeders, custom old school flamed paint job by Sycotic, faux alligator seat covers with gel inserts by Boss Hogg, GlPro gear indicator, HealTec Speedo Healer, hard wired GPS wire harness, custom made license plate & inspection tag bracket(s) Hot Bodies undertail, carbon fiber front fender, carbon fiber hugger, Gilles chain adjusters and lift hooks, Arite ninety degree valve stems, Michelin Road Pilot 3 tires, Muzzy full exhaust system with carbon can, Muzzy aluminum fan, Muzzy ignition advancer (w 3.5 degrees), PSR pair valve block off plates, stage one carb kit, K & N air filter, Clear Alternatives intigrated turn signals, adjustable brake light flash module, Spiegler LSL front brake reservoir, Progrip sports bike grips, Pro-Tek bar end sliders, Kuryakyn keyless black gas cap cover, Roarin' Toyz black mirors,flush mount front turn signals, Niagra Racing Component ignition and stator covers, HID 6000K lights, Barnett clutch plate kit, Factory Pro shift kit and shorty levers by Pazzo. Soon to come: Marchesini black wheels.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 12:26 AM
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Hi, I have had a 2008 ZZR 600 for about three years now. It has a long list of minor modifications such as Heli bar risers, Spiegler LSL rear sets, Zero Gravity wind screen, large dose of Pro Bolt titanium bolts, Galfer rotors and brakes, Russel brake lines,speed bleeders, custom old school flamed paint job by Sycotic, faux alligator seat covers with gel inserts by Boss Hogg, GlPro gear indicator,HealTec Speedo Healer,hard wired GPS wire harness, custom made license plate & inspection tag bracket(s) Hot Bodies undertail, carbon fiber front fender, carbon fiber hugger, Gilles chain adjusters and lift hooks,Arite ninety degree valve stems, Michelin Road Pilot 3 tires,Muzzy full exhaust system with carbon can, Muzzy aluminum fan.Muzzy ignition advancer (w 3.5 degrees), PSR pair valve block off plates, stage one carb kit,K & N air filter, Clear Alternatives intigrated turn signals, adjustable brake light flash module, Spiegler LSL front brake reservoir, Progrip sports bike grips, Pro-Tek bar end sliders, Kuryakyn keyless black gas cap cover, Roarin' Toyz black mirors,flush mount front turn signals,Niagra Racing Component ignition and stator covers,HID 6000K lights and shorty levers by Pazzo. Soon to come:Marchesini black wheels.
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Welcome aboard. That's a lot of stuff you have done.
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The ZZR 600 has been a great bike for me. it takes corners fairly well, tours fine and is easy to work on. I miss the power of my 2004 Hayabusa LE and ZX-9R K2 but the little Kawasaki is still lots of fun.
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Yea when people list bike mods I skip it. Congrats on riding a 600? I ride an 800 but its slow as shit.


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Yea when people list bike mods I skip it. Congrats on riding a 600? I ride an 800 but its slow as shit.


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It looks like time to trade up if 800 ccs are too boring... all bikes are fun to me.
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