Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Sterling Heights,MI
I Ride: 2010 ZX6R
I always suggest frame sliders for street riding. I have t-rex but Raven likes his OES ones. I also like the Woodcraft. Be careful when installing halos, you have to head the headlight to break the glue and too hot for too long melts the plastic. If you only need a half inch I wouldn't lower it. Get some boots and it will make up the difference. What do you mean the suspension is set for track? Are there mods to the suspension or was it just set for the previous owners weight? If it is just the weight call a suspension shop or start looking online on how to set it up for your weight. Why are you taking off the mirrors? They have saved me a few times seeing a car coming up behind me a little hot while I was stopped at a red light, but to each their own. I know a lot of people do not like the 2 brothers exhaust since it is said to be poor quality but I have no experience so I cannot comment on that.
I always suggest the first mod people do is to develop yourself. Take the MSF basic and advance. Go to Stt forums and enter to win a free track day. The MSF course here are $25 bucks and its for 3 days and 1 day, they are well worth it.
Other than that get a good set of tires, keep up with maintenance and you'll be ok. I believe you need to take the everything in steps of importance. Modding your bike to make it look better before you make it function better is opposite of what you should do. (in my opinion).
See my sig for all my mods. There are a few sitting in my guest room so those aren't up yet.
2010 ZX6R: T-rex frame sliders, Jardine rt-5 slip-on, driven block off plates (kleen air mod), k&n air filter, comp werkes integrated taillight, race spec Ohlins damper...
2006 CBR 600RR (track): Vortex chain and sprockets, PC3,