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  • What is there out in the market to mod a ZZR250

    Hi everyone,
    I'm new to the site.
    My question is; what is there out in the market to mod a 2003 ZZR250.
    Like exhaust, jets and so on.
    Once you start riding you never want to stop

  • #2
    Hi

    Not sure of many go fast bits for a 250, You could always upgrade to an RGV :twisted:
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    • #3
      WHY :roll:
      you wont get much more out of the bike,save your money and spend it on the next one, say a 600 or upwards.
      OH YEH! welcome

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      • #4
        I'm building a house at the moment. Plus I work in the city so a big bike isn't the best bike as it would only be just getting warm by the time I get to work.

        But any suggestions are welcome.
        Once you start riding you never want to stop

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        • #5
          yeah just save your money for the big bike it isnt really worth modding the ZZR. if you want to get a fast 250 go two stroke but be careful RGV's and RS's are dangerous i would stick to the zzr till you get your big bike

          P.S. i know a guy that has a brand new CBR600RR and rides it 4 k's a day to and from work but on the weekend he comes out on lots of long rides

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          • #6
            hi ZZR250 , stick with the zzr as it is, My son rides one ( you might hear the legend of Chunkfuk around here ) He has embarresed peolple on big bikes several times with it. ZZRs handle pretty good but lack at little punch , just keep revving it untill you can buy a bigger bike.

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            • #7
              He has embarresed peolple on big bikes several times with it.
              just say it GORDO!

              his son has left his old man behind in the past



              as gordo said ,stick to the ZZR.the RGV,s and RS,S are very high maintence bikes.if you upgragde to a bigger bike at a later stage,you will get use to the size difference and wont notice it,and they all warm up about the same.

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              • #8
                So the ZZR250 has some untaped power when demanded?
                I have yet to try, I use to own a 2001 VN250, but sold it as all my mates left me for dust, but i like the easy cruise of it.
                All i want is to change the profile of the exhaust,, as it sounds like a constipated fart in a matter of speaking.
                Once you start riding you never want to stop

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                • #9
                  get your drill out then :!:

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                  • #10
                    Is that the only way, punch hole into it with a drill?
                    Is there any in perth that mods the cans.
                    Once you start riding you never want to stop

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                    • #11
                      The one I had as my first bike had a single exhaust. The guy selling it to me reckoned it sounded like a Ducati. I told him that if he ever said anything that stupid again I wouldn’t buy the bike. It sounded a bit better but was still shit.

                      The best mod you can get is your open class licence.

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                      • #12
                        hmmm an 03 zzr, you could probably trade that for a nice cbr 250rr which would be heluva lot more fun that the zed, working a zzr would be like doing work on a Volvo I guess.... hey I don't spose you are American are you?

                        NOS is always fun too! a turbo even!!
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                        • #13
                          American! Bah Aussie Aussie Aussie
                          All I want is to change the profile of the exhaust, not make my bike out to be something else.
                          Once you start riding you never want to stop

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                          • #14
                            American!   Bah       Aussie Aussie Aussie
                            All I want is to change the profile of the exhaust, not make my bike out to be something else.
                            I have a full exhaust system you could have in exchange for your constipated fart standard system....

                            its.. err... 'louder' - imagine the sound of having a rabit anally tortured right next to you - then multiply by 500 and you have almost got it....

                            (Keep the standard exhaust dude! and buy a bigger bike later....)

                            P.S. - What u said about power on a zzr.... there is none - just dont let the revs drop below 13K.... and yes, before you ask - i know its redlined at 14 ahahahaha

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                            • #15
                              I'll mod it up real good for you.

                              ChunkFuk 2, electric bogaloo.
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