Take this advice. ^Welcome, and a bit of advice. Forget the cosmetic upgrades for now.
If you're new to riding then you're probably gonna drop your bike sooner or later. Just ride and learn as much as you can for six months to a year, and when you feel confident enough to really ride, then opt for upgrades. You'll be glad you did.
Gear. Consider it a cosmetic upgrade for yourself.Name's Keith. I'm new to riding. I have a 2000 ZX6R (ZX600J1.) I want to know what cosmetic & exhaust upgrades can be done to my bike. I'll worry about more performance once I have a little more riding experience.
Thats exactly what I did when I laid it down the first time. Bought a used stock and chopped. But my bike had a shorty Delkevic when I first got it. Only thing is that it had headers from an '04. Not 100% though. And yeah, dont do cosmetics, if anything give it a rattle can job. It actually comes out better than you think. I turned mine into a fighter after I went down. Replacing the plastics was too expensive in my eyes.Welcome.
I have owned 4 Js, and from "my" experience a simple slip on is all that is needed and no rejetting required. In fact, my last two Js, I've simply just chopped the stock can.