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Postby R3TARD » Sat Nov 14, 2009 11:50 pm

Unfortunately I havnt done anything huge to the rr. (miss the fzr for modability ) I Have just got a chance to add a few things to the rr since July when I got her. But I finally have the cash and I'm getting ready to pull the trigger on these.
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til then heres a few things I have got to do. UnHere she was day after I got her. Image

Added 6000k HID kit
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Added red wheel stripes & puig dbl bubble tinted screen
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And guage LEDs swapped out. You R6 guys can do this too and actually the R6 gauges are alot sweeter lookin imo.
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anyone interested in fitting up a nice set of 600rr showa forks to their fzr? I'll have a set in excellent condition with calipers and mc when I'm finished I will let go very cheap to a board member.

1992 FZR 600
Yoshi exhaust
K&N pods
Airtech R1-kit
02 R6 fork swap
02 R6 Swingarm
520 chain conversion
07 R6 controls
Vortex R6 clipons
07 R6 radial master


2003 CBR 600rr
bone stock

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Re: 600rr

Postby R3TARD » Sun Nov 15, 2009 4:24 pm

thnx mark, yeah they are super dependable, been a joy starting in these cold mornings compared to the fizz but I do miss grinding, bolting, and welding stuff on the fzr. Yeah in a way I was almost embarrassed to post the things I've done to it as "mods" but heh its in my blood and I'm sure another project bike will come along. BTW saw you got your sons R6 running. Has he got to ride it yet? Man I bet hes stoked. If you need gear for him you should check out 600rr.net 43,000 members and ALOT of cheap A+ quality used gear there. Ive scored to Alpinestars textile armored jackets for 50each both maybe worn 2-3 times and grabbed sweekster and myself some CF knuckled gloves for 20$. Must be alot of rich kids, or well to do young single guys that just always changing gear on there.

1992 FZR 600
Yoshi exhaust
K&N pods
Airtech R1-kit
02 R6 fork swap
02 R6 Swingarm
520 chain conversion
07 R6 controls
Vortex R6 clipons
07 R6 radial master


2003 CBR 600rr
bone stock

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Re: 600rr

Postby shredex » Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:10 am

Just find some stunters to help you out with the fork swap.
Every stunter on the 600rr I know do the 1000rr fork swap because they are MUCH better for doing stoppies. Along with pretty much any other 1000cc fork setup.
Next thing you should invest in is a matching upper cowl :rofl:
Doesn't look bad though. :thumbsup:
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