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Hey everyone!

A little about myself, I'm 23 and living in Denver. This is my Second bike and third year riding, although I've been riding dirt all my life. Anyway onto the bike!
I picked up this 2004 zx6r for just over $3000. It has 5300 miles and is almost mint, just have a few tiny blemishes. It is completely stock, other than a slip on.
Next week I'll be brining it into the shop to get new sprockets, full service, all fluids changed, suspension serviced, PCIII with igntion module and quick shifter as well as dyno tuning. Once everything is done with that I'll be setting the sag on my bike, and heading out to the Canyons to tune my suspension. That's all for now! Here is a picture of it!
 

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Hello and welcome! Congrats on the new bike!

I have always wanted to ride the road by Red Rocks Park (I have driven it in a rental car, but not on a bike yet): https://goo.gl/maps/HCp4R
 

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Welcome! Great looking bike! There a lot of "how-to" guides on this site if you want to tackle the maint you listed above. Great learning experience and saves tons of money in the future. Plus you get to know the ins and outs of your own bike.
 

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Welcome to the place.
 

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Welcome man! That's a nice bike!
 

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welcome
 

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Thanks for the kind words everyone!! Already making this place feel like home!
While on the subject that SCMil brought up about doing the service myself, I should say I've actually been a tech at the Kawai shop in Evanston Wyoming for 2 years. Just with my current promotion at work, I don't really have the time to do it myself. I work 16-18 hours everyday, including weekends, so when I am finally off I just want to ride. So for the moment, I'll be getting along with the local shop haha.
 

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Welcome and nice bike! Looks clean. I agree with trying to tackle some of those services yourself. Doing the maintenance myself is actually as rewarding as riding sometimes. Plus you'd save a bunch of money on all that you listed. Good luck with it!
 

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Looking good in blue.


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