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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-02-2005, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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ZZR600 Exhaust

I just bought an '06 ZZR-600. I'm having trouble finding an aftermarker slip-on exhaust. Does anyone know if I can buy parts to fit another bike that will work on this bike?
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check with Kawi to see if the 06 has a diff exhaust part number then the 05... if its the same then just order a 05 exhaust....


If not being so new.. Call the exhaust Companies... one of em may do a test in tune thing.. design the exhaust on your bike and give ya the exhaust free, would be worth it if theres a Co. close to you.
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post #4 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-02-2005, 10:17 PM
 
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ZZR600... thats the old ZX6R right? there should be plenty for that bike.
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ZZR600... thats the old ZX6R right? there should be plenty for that bike.
Aren't the hangers and pipe different?

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....looks the same from here.

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....looks the same from here.

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After further review of the pics. I believe the older stuff will work. The head pipe will be the only fitment issue. They do have the same motor so it should still fit.

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Thanks for the replies. Is there a particular year ZX6R that I need to look for or does that matter?
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That generation of ZX6R ran from 2000 to 2003.
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Thanks! Do you guys/girls have any suggestions as to which one I should get? Which one sounds the best?
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2000-2002... 03 was the first year of FI... 03-04 are the same, withthe recent changes to the 05 and up....

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2000-2002... 03 was the first year of FI... 03-04 are the same, withthe recent changes to the 06....
youre right youre right... i meant 2000-2002. thankya-
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My freinds has a 05 Kawi ZZR and he has a D&d, Its loud but sounds nice.
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post #18 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-04-2005, 02:41 PM
 
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long as u go with a major brand your gonna get a nice can... id just do a slip on.

Friend has a Scorpion slip on exhaust

It sounds good and i was amazed at the powergain of it since it was just a slip on with nothing else done to the bike. And it sounds Great.

But anyone, Tergmini or however its spelled is good, 2 brothers, Jardine... but make sure its the Rt-one can, or Yoshimura, Arata, Akropovic, Micron, D&D, Blue Flame, Muzzys,Leo Vince, M4, Scorpion, Vance and Hines, Hindle or ART and youll get a good quality can and decent sounds... Sounds will very, but power will be slow close on em all only a pro would feel the difference.

I'd go with whats cheaper or with Muzzys since they arethe Kawasaki specialts of the group like Yoshimura is with Suzuki or Graves is with Yamaha.
and Erion with Honda.
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So let me get this straight. Any can from a major brand that fits a 00-02 ZX6R should work fine!?! Correct?
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