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|11-21-2010 11:48 AM|
Originally Posted by Therion View Post
|11-18-2010 08:02 PM|
Originally Posted by cookeetree View Post
|02-21-2008 08:40 PM|
Originally Posted by kwackerb279 View Post
I like the look of that, you did good. How's the ride?
|02-21-2008 08:14 PM|
Originally Posted by Kevlar7R View Post
|02-22-2007 07:24 AM|
a 1996 zx7r as it was about 6 months ago
now its gettin rebuilt with
*same frame (freshly powder coated)
*1994 zx9r motor with zlock racing 950 over bore kit
*2005 zx10r forks - radial brakes -ohlins guts
*attack racing triple tree
*2005 zx10r front and rear wheels
*galfer wave rotors - front and rear
*galfer ss brake and clutch lines
*penske triple clicker rear shock
*crg levers - clutch and brake
*woodcraft rear sets
*woodcraft clip-ons w/bars
*graves fairing stay
*and of course a host of other upgrades yet to come -- stay tuned
*any questions please ask
|06-21-2006 05:23 AM|
I just recently bought a 2002 ZX-7R and so far I am pleased. Handles Great and the extra weight, to me makes it feel more stable. I agree that the looks of the Kawasaki bikes are great too.
Not sure about whether it would be a good starter bike.
I bought mine as more of an intermediate bike, before I step up to a ZX-10, ZX-12, or maybe even a ZX-14 in a few years.
I'm definitely happy with my purchase.
It's still all stock for right now
|06-19-2006 06:22 PM|
I love the Whale Shark front end.
|06-19-2006 04:58 PM|
|Thermide||The 7R is my first sportbike and was a lucky find. Like everyone has said, it is a little heavy but stable ride that holds onto the corners pretty well. Not as aggressive as the RR, but good enough for the likes of me The addition of a DynoJet kit or similar mod should help with performance. Other than some body changes, I believe that the late 90's to '03 7R were pretty similar.|
|06-18-2006 02:01 AM|
|916ZX9||I'm not a big fan. They are uncomfortable, heavy and underpowered. They look nice though.|
|04-04-2005 08:58 AM|
I love mine... 21K miles in 3 seasons, still running strong (knock on wood!).
It's not "twitchy", and I don't feel like I'm on a toy-ish "powered-bicycle" riding it.
Plus, you can't beat the looks...
and the fact that it's a "cult" bike...
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