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Enough with all this gear talk!!!! I think you should use your hard earned $$$ however you want.. Not that I am against gear cuz I think it is crucial well atleast helmet, gloves and jacket but, if you want to do some upgrades on the bike you should think about what you want the bike to do for you... Do you plan on just cruisin around the roads or do you plan on doing some hard riding... There is a difference... Do you plan on doing any stunts on the bike cuz that sounds like a good bike to learn stunts on to me... Again do as you wish but think b4 you do anything or buy gear that you are not going to wear or really need...
 

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michiganarft11 said:
Good call spyder.

I'm plannin on ridin the bike back and forth to work (50 min.) and for fun whenever I get the chance.

I haven't even ridden the bike yet :cry: cause it's too cold. I'm gettin the plastics and new gas tank painted (purple and magenta don't really do it for me) So, I figured while I has it all apart I'd look at puttin the new exhaust on.

Probably should ride it first, and see how it loves me.

Thanks

Man has it been way too cold to do anything.. I do not even want to go out of my house these days... But, back on the subject I think that if you are going to be riding this for any fun at all I think you should get an exhaust and jet kit first.. You will notice a HUGE difference in the way that the bike rides... My first bike was a 92 zx6E and I had a Muzzy exhaust and a jet kit on it, man I love that little bike... Most people would call me crazy but I have said this b4 I think that everyone should start off on a 6 cuz if you get anything smaller you are only going to want to get rid of it the following year... You will not get what you paid or even what you want back for the bike and then you have to buy a new one... Hmm anyway, good luck with it I know you will be fine doing whatever you decide to do on the 6
 

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nathan600r said:
You must be crazy to say everyone should start off on a 600. If you've never wrecked, dropped, or anything like that with a 600 as your first bike then you are either a liar or the person I've ever heard of that has done it.
I never said that I never dropped my bike... But, I also never told you that I grew up on DirtBikes too.. My very fisrt bike was a CR60 then I moved to a KX80 and yes to a KX125.... So I guess I have had expeirence with bikes B4 I bought my so called first sportbike.. Look its a fact of life that if you ride hard and try certain things you are going to drop the dike.. I have never dropped it hitting anyone or crashing like that... I have only dropped it doing STUPID THINGS...Not everyone "new" is going to drop there dike... It all depends on how you ride it... I think that if someone gets a 500r they would just want to sell it in a few months for More Power... Thats all I am trying to say....
 
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