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Parts for GSXR7?

Trying to ensure a good wish list for my xmas dreams! What did all yall with the k7 600, 750, or even 1000 change on your bikes? My Family's being quite curtious for my christmas since im out of the country, so i have to get the list right!

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Scorpio SR-i500 Alarm, Pazzo shortys, vortex sliders, idk whos db screen, helmet lock, suzuki cover, fender eliminator kit! Stands might be pushing it!
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Trying to ensure a good wish list for my xmas dreams! What did all yall with the k7 600, 750, or even 1000 change on your bikes? My Family's being quite curtious for my christmas since im out of the country, so i have to get the list right!

My list already includes:
Scorpio SR-i500 Alarm, Pazzo shortys, vortex sliders, idk whos db screen, helmet lock, suzuki cover, fender eliminator kit! Stands might be pushing it!
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make sure u get the puig db screen. im still waiting for that.

for me i just got some sliders, made my own fender elim., and other than double bubble, not really looking to mod for a while.

but i sure as hell NEED that double bubble cuz the stock ones don't protect me from wind for jack. i'm tired of tucking in all the time too.
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Trying to ensure a good wish list for my xmas dreams! What did all yall with the k7 600, 750, or even 1000 change on your bikes? My Family's being quite curtious for my christmas since im out of the country, so i have to get the list right!

My list already includes:
Scorpio SR-i500 Alarm, Pazzo shortys, vortex sliders, idk whos db screen, helmet lock, suzuki cover, fender eliminator kit! Stands might be pushing it!
For my '07, I'm asking for SS brake lines, frame sliders, slider spools, tapeworks kit that eliminates the red and orange on my bike.

AS for the fender eliminator, make your own. Don't waste your money
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Trying to ensure a good wish list for my xmas dreams! What did all yall with the k7 600, 750, or even 1000 change on your bikes? My Family's being quite curtious for my christmas since im out of the country, so i have to get the list right!

My list already includes:
Scorpio SR-i500 Alarm, Pazzo shortys, vortex sliders, idk whos db screen, helmet lock, suzuki cover, fender eliminator kit! Stands might be pushing it!
Gixxers dont come with helmet locks???
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Yes they do. It's underneath the passenger seat and seat cowl. There is a metal bar u slip your helmet onto before u attach the seat or cowl.
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Power Commander, BMC Air Filter, SS Brake Lines, HH Sintered brake pads, Pilot Powers. Gear of any kind(you can never have too much gear), and some frame sliders.
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Yeah ive read/heard great things about the puig db!

im trying to stay away from pc3 until ive played with it a wile. I figure about the middle of sumer ill go -1 front, +2 rear, full yoshi and pc3!

Trying to decide wether or not to waste money on a slip-on till then, but idk, i might get happy enugh with the slip on, and then i wouldn't have to get the pc3 so i'd probly just save the dollars. Oh and idk how zuk is with stock tires, but i figured id run them till they run out then go wit the PPs

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Yes they do. It's underneath the passenger seat and seat cowl. There is a metal bar u slip your helmet onto before u attach the seat or cowl.
around here, those pass seat/seat cowls are notoriously known for gettin popped in public parking lots. then you end up w/ a double whammy. f'd up rear seat, and stolen helmet.
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Yeah pookie, atleast someones on the same page as i, that is why the helmet lock is on my list!

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i got the best helmet lock there is for free. i believe the brand is called TAKE YOUR HELMET WITH YOU motorsports....
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I dont like doing that, cause ive seen some true posers do it real hard, and i dont brag about riding, i ride cause i love it! not to mentin if a cops in my area see me walk past with a pot in my hand they jump to the parking lot to follow me! << i did a few wild rides back when i was young, dumb and full of fun.
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I dont like doing that, cause ive seen some true posers do it real hard, and i dont brag about riding, i ride cause i love it! not to mentin if a cops in my area see me walk past with a pot in my hand they jump to the parking lot to follow me! << i did a few wild rides back when i was young, dumb and full of fun.
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i got the best helmet lock there is for free. i believe the brand is called TAKE YOUR HELMET WITH YOU motorsports....
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OK so am i missing anything on the parts list??

used to take the hemet with me, still do sometimes, but hate posers and they do that alot! Its not very often i even park my bike anywhere but home long enough to have to do something with the helmet so its realy more of an incase i need it, and for the second helmet.
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I dont like doing that, cause ive seen some true posers do it real hard, and i dont brag about riding, i ride cause i love it! not to mentin if a cops in my area see me walk past with a pot in my hand they jump to the parking lot to follow me! << i did a few wild rides back when i was young, dumb and full of fun.


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OK so am i missing anything on the parts list??

used to take the hemet with me, still do sometimes, but hate posers and they do that alot! Its not very often i even park my bike anywhere but home long enough to have to do something with the helmet so its realy more of an incase i need it, and for the second helmet.
thank u for clarifying that. but as far as the 'poser' thing, a lot of people carry their lids w/ them. in fact, i see very few helmets locked at all.

u wanna know a poser story? a friend's friend has all this gear (yellow) and doesn't have a bike. the funny part is that he goes to bike nights w/ his gear on and parks his civic in the parking lot across the street...
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thank u for clarifying that. but as far as the 'poser' thing, a lot of people carry their lids w/ them. in fact, i see very few helmets locked at all.

u wanna know a poser story? a friend's friend has all this gear (yellow) and doesn't have a bike. the funny part is that he goes to bike nights w/ his gear on and parks his civic in the parking lot across the street...

You gotta get a pic of that for us
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thank u for clarifying that. but as far as the 'poser' thing, a lot of people carry their lids w/ them. in fact, i see very few helmets locked at all.

u wanna know a poser story? a friend's friend has all this gear (yellow) and doesn't have a bike. the funny part is that he goes to bike nights w/ his gear on and parks his civic in the parking lot across the street...
What? That can't be true. C'mon now.



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thank u for clarifying that. but as far as the 'poser' thing, a lot of people carry their lids w/ them. in fact, i see very few helmets locked at all.

u wanna know a poser story? a friend's friend has all this gear (yellow) and doesn't have a bike. the funny part is that he goes to bike nights w/ his gear on and parks his civic in the parking lot across the street...
For real??
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