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Check out da new mod on the R1 muthafrackaz!!

You ho's be diggin this shit don't you!! Dis iz my new mod for doze long road tripz when there ain't sheeeat to look at on da road. My negzt mod is gonna be da one that is mounted on the back of da bike and you beeotchez will be jeolouz cuz I got the mad movies playin while I be ridin'!
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You ho's be diggin this shit don't you!! Dis iz my new mod for doze long road tripz when there ain't sheeeat to look at on da road. My negzt mod is gonna be da one that is mounted on the back of da bike and you beeotchez will be jeolouz cuz I got the mad movies playin while I be ridin'!
Dude you are the pimp master......dat shit is off da chain!
Let me know next time you go riding, I wanna ride next to you and watch too.
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Dude you are the pimp master......dat shit is off da chain!
Let me know next time you go riding, I wanna ride next to you and watch too.


why dont you just get on the back of his...thats how gays ride right?

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why dont you just get on the back of his...thats how gays ride right?
I dunno man, you brought it up.
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Valve clatter after oil change?

I had the oil changed and chain adjusted at a m/c shop about a month ago on my 2000 R6. When the oil was changed Mobile 1 was recommended/used. Since that time I can really hear the valves. I called a Yamaha dealer and they stated the valves shouldn't need adjusted until 26k miles and my bike has about 10,500k on it.

Anyone else running Mobile 1 have this problem? Weather permitting, I'm going to try to take it in to be looked at Saturday.
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you get syn or 20w50?? the syn is slipery stuff and i would guess that you would heard the valve train more. i used silkolene syn and i heard more engine noises, plus i have a quieter exhaust now.
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you get syn or 20w50?? the syn is slipery stuff and i would guess that you would heard the valve train more. i used silkolene syn and i heard more engine noises, plus i have a quieter exhaust now.
I don't have the receipt with me, but I'm pretty sure it was fully synthetic. I'm thinking it might be best to stick with Yamalube. I sure hope that is all there is to it.
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you get syn or 20w50?? the syn is slipery stuff and i would guess that you would heard the valve train more. i used silkolene syn and i heard more engine noises, plus i have a quieter exhaust now.
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I run 20w50 Mobil 1 full synthetic, and I didn't notice much change at all in the sound of the engine, but the tranny shifted significantly smoother.
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OK my sister isn't the greatest at details.

She looking at either a 04/05 GSXR-600 or an 04/05 Ninja 600R.
She wants a new bike.
What are some pros and cons of each bike.

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A ZX6R or a Ninja 600R.
Big difference in the two.
The ZX6R would be comparable to the GSXR except for a little more displacement.

The 600R's technology probably dates back 15 years.

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Is this her first bike? Has she ridden before? The gsxr 600 will be more of a racey styled riding position, and the 600r is a little more upright. And then, what was stated above. Keep in mind that the gsxR, and the zx6R are like raped apes out of the box.
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Yeah i say go with used cause u will save alot of money.
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Why a new bike and why not a used one?
She wants one with no miles and that doesn't have an iffy past.

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She wants one with no miles and that doesn't have an iffy past.
Well personally I'd still go with a used one and have someone (I'm sure you can get plenty of help here) inspect it. I've only had a couple of used bike purchases and no problems so far.




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Nothing wrong with getting a brand new bike as your first but you could save a couple grand and get the same bike pretty much if you got used.
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Well personally I'd still go with a used one and have someone (I'm sure you can get plenty of help here) inspect it. I've only had a couple of used bike purchases and no problems so far.
Well she is stuburn , but I will tell her.

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I would pick a ZZR600 if you choose to go the Kawi route. Not too agressive but looks damn good with plenty of power to learn on and the price is a little more reasonable.
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Just have her pick the one she thinks is the best looking to her!! Performance is too close to call, and she probly will never ride it to it's full potential anyway!!


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You can probably pick up an 05 gixxer now used with a couple of thousand miles on it for alot less money, and still have the warranty. Hell if she wants i will let her take over payments on my bike and let me get a 750 or 1000.
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Just have her pick the one she thinks is the best looking to her!! Performance is too close to call, and she probly will never ride it to it's full potential anyway!!
hahaha, good call. True, very true.
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Just have her pick the one she thinks is the best looking to her!! Performance is too close to call, and she probly will never ride it to it's full potential anyway!!
I second that.
A new rider is not going to be hanging out at the raged edge. Have her sit on a couple and see what she thinks is comfy and go with it. I'm a Gixxer guy all the way, but differnt strokes for different folks.

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I say neither and get a 600rr or R6. I cant stand Kawis and GSXRs are way overrated and the seating position is so uncomfortable compared to other sportbikes in the same class

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It is more uncomfortable cause its more of a racing position. Pegs are higher up and farther back.
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Well I think see isn't getting either now...lol
Probably a GS500F.

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Well I think see isn't getting either now...lol
Probably a GS500F.

the new ones looks badass, i wouldnt mind riding one

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the new ones looks badass, i wouldnt mind riding one
Off topic, but are you still trying to sell the R1?
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I was and then wasnt, but after this recent trackday Im going to sell it to get a 600cc track bike and a daily rider

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I was and then wasnt, but after this recent trackday Im going to sell it to get a 600cc track bike and a daily rider
Haha, cool. Good luck on it, its a freakin bad ass bike! We should all get a team together.
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avoid buying new, unless you have money falling out your pockets. japanese bikes are very well made, good used bikes are every bit as good as a new one.4

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You would be correct in saying that I am not going to rape the bike. I will not be racing. Thanks to those of you who had constructive input.
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Well I think see isn't getting either now...lol
Probably a GS500F.
My wife started with one of those, and it was fun to ride. BUT, she grew out of it in a couple months. They are lacking on any kind of power!!


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She got a bike. I will let here tell ya what.

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while we are on the subject of used bikes, what is considered high mileage on a bike? I have been kinda lookin and Ive found a few 2000 2001 models with around 20k on the clock. Is that something to be conerned about? what are the motors usally good for mileage wise on the 600's?

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while we are on the subject of used bikes, what is considered high mileage on a bike? I have been kinda lookin and Ive found a few 2000 2001 models with around 20k on the clock. Is that something to be conerned about? what are the motors usally good for mileage wise on the 600's?

really no such thing. Ive seen CBR's and NINJAS with 60,000+ miles on them running like they had 600 miles on them. sure if you see a bike with 10k plus on them, folks think thats the equiv. to 100k on a car, but its just not true.....
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I think 20,000 miles is alot, people ride sport bikes hard, so the more miles the more wear and tear on the engine.
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I think 20,000 miles is alot, people ride sport bikes hard, so the more miles the more wear and tear on the engine.

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