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Discussion in 'My Bike' started by murphy, Aug 17, 2007.

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    Here is my bike. Its a big step up from my last bike a 2000 TTR600 but its what i needed to drag me and my girlfriend around with ease and a bit of comfort, even though it is more fun when im on it by myself. It has plenty of power for me. I dont really want to do much to it other than change the pipes to get a bit of sound out of it. Thats after I find somewhere that does them.
     

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    Nice! certainly puts my zzr250 to shame :p
     
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    Very nice! :D
     
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    Looks like a big easy chair, albeit a stinkingly quick one.

    Nice.
     
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    They're a nice bike, and I love that black with the blue metal flake colour on them too
     
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    gidday murph, i like the 1200 like mine it needs a note but. see ya on a ride again soon :mrgreen:
     
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    very nice rig - some twin Akras would be the go..... ;)

    :cool:
     
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    Yeah I only found out the other day that they make them for my bike and boy dont they look good. Now just gotta find out how much they are i where I can get them from. So far ive only contacted the superbike shop and they dont know if they can get them yet
     
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    Best bet is JC Motors motorcycle exhausts from the US. They are a big e-bay shop, I bought my Yoshi RS3 for the 12 a couple of years ago, it was over $300 less than the cost here :shock: , and only took 4 working days to get to my PO box..... :twisted: I cannot recommend them highly enough.

    There are some sharks on e-bay, it pays to check out all feedback, and if you want I would be happy to organise the deal for you.

    Just do an e-bay search for motorcycle exhausts - Kawasaki - ZZR1200. You should get a good idea of costs from this.

    :cool:
     
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    I will have a look at what they can offer, but if there is anything you can find out like availability and price i would be very appreciative. Any help is good help :)
     
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