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Old 12-29-2008, 02:12 PM   #1
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Never hurts to have spares. If you're wanting to keep your good stuff "good", I'd get a dented one if it's cheap.
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Engrish mofcker...do you speak it?

If it were me and I had a extra beat up tank lying around and I was riding my main street bike on the track I would do it. It doesn't take that long to swap and you will thank yourself if forbid you were to lay it down.
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Old 12-29-2008, 02:16 PM   #4
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But is it worth the $$ to stock up on parts for an OLD bike like that zx7?? Not so sure about that... You can pick up 02 and newer SV's in track-only mode for very cheap...
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Just run it like it is....save your money and buy a dirtbike. If you wad up the ZX7, trash it and pick up something else. Finding bodywork for that thing is kinda tough (good bodywork that is), I say run it like you currently have it and do your best not to crash.
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I can get the tail, upper, and lower for $100 vs a track bike for $3,000.
I'd jump all over that deal if the lowers are included. Those are the pieces I had the hardest time locating at a reasonable price.
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I'd jump all over that deal if the lowers are included. Those are the pieces I had the hardest time locating at a reasonable price.
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get the tank, and the body work. looking back, i wish i would have jumped on a tank i saw for sale for the 675
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get the tank, and the body work. looking back, i wish i would have jumped on a tank i saw for sale for the 675
Ya. Dustin weren't you saying how hard it was to find parts for your bike. Swoop that up man.

And Scott....how you doing stranger?
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