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What's up guys I'm a new member with a 2012 zx6r. So far I put on a k&n race specific filter, scorpion carbon fiber slip on, two brothers juicebox pro, and a ton of cosmetic upgrades. What kind of upgrades do you guys have? I'm trying to think of some new upgrades to makes. I'm not really interested in changing sprockets sizes.
 

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Nice lookin bike ya got there! Welcome to the forum.

Is this your first bike? What kind of gear do you have? If its your first bike, id wouldnt worry so much about all the upgrades right now and id focus more on learning your bike and make sure you have some quality gear.
 

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This isn't my first bike. I've been riding dirtbikes since I was 5 and I got a ninja 250r with I was 15. I've had my zx6r for about a year and a half now. I love to work on my bike so I'm always looking for something new to do.
 

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What's up guys I'm a new member with a 2012 zx6r. So far I put on a k&n race specific filter, scorpion carbon fiber slip on, two brothers juicebox pro, and a ton of cosmetic upgrades. What kind of upgrades do you guys have? I'm trying to think of some new upgrades to makes. I'm not really interested in changing sprockets sizes.
It's always best to make sure you can stop the bike as well as possible.... improved brake lines, possibly better brake pads are high on the list.

Suspension improvements to sort out the handling are good as well.

Upgraging the operator is always the best investment, to be honest.

There's always more to learn. What options do you have for formal instruction in your area? Getting the most out of your bike requires the best out of you, after all.
 

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It's always best to make sure you can stop the bike as well as possible.... improved brake lines, possibly better brake pads are high on the list.

Suspension improvements to sort out the handling are good as well.
Getting your bike set up for your weight is one of those mods that results in one of the single greatest improvements in the way your bike behaves.

Upgraging the operator is always the best investment, to be honest.

There's always more to learn. What options do you have for formal instruction in your area? Getting the most out of your bike requires the best out of you, after all.
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