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Old 08-22-2011, 11:23 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by texlurch View Post
heavy.. yeah maybe 30-40 pounds more than the latest and greatest race replica... which matters not a bit on the street

carbed, so what jet kits are cheaper than electronics...

lower power.. what, 20 hp or so? I know "certain" people that get in plenty of trouble on a 500...

looks? Boy, ain't that a little subjective...

Mine is a zx6r version... I don't know if they changed the suspension set up when they made it into the zzr but what everyone said is pretty much spot on...

It was heavier than the 250 I previously rode and I haven ridden any other bike so I can't compare. Hue handle bars are raised a good 2 inches compared to the newer zx6rs. Carved is eh o but 250s are carved too so I don't know the difference.

Edit. I just saw a lot of typos. Don't kill me I'm on my phone.

Overall, for my second bike, I think I made a good choice.
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Originally Posted by Helios View Post
I got the hint and dropped to the back of the ranks just in front of Ares, who btw rocks the outta that 250.
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Old 08-22-2011, 09:59 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Dodger View Post
My current ride is a zzr1200. I love it. It is on the heavy side but can also be ridin for long distance with no trouble. I've put 1300miles on mine in the last week. Yes its carbed, as for under powered? Are you looking to have 200+HP? What type of riding are you going to do? What kind of budget? In terms of bang for your buck. In my opinion the zzr is a great value. I picked mine up with 14k miles on it last year for $1900 I have since put just over 22k more on it with doing routine maintenance (tires, Hans, tune UPS, oil changes).
The ZZR 1100 and 1200 are totally different bikes than the ZZR 600 that he's talking about. The 11/1200 are like bigger ZX-6E models from the early to mid '90s

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