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post #16 of 74 Old 08-13-2014, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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post #18 of 74 Old 08-22-2014, 10:47 AM Thread Starter
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Well I finally got around to getting my bike registered yesterday. Installed the new front rubber today (pilot power 2ct) and took her for a little ride. She rides awesome! Everything is smooth and sounds good.





Question for you guys: when I stopped at the gas station I was checking everything out on the bike and noticed that my front and rear rotors were hot as hell. On my old 05 they would barely get warm when I rode. Is this a problem? I don't want the heat to expand the fluid and cause my brakes to lock up

Wrecked/Sold: 2005 Kawasaki zx-6r 636, 15k mi, k&n air filter, muzzy titanium slip-on, jumper mod, servo eliminator, core moto trans blue SS brake lines, michelin pilot power 2ct front and back, gloss black powder coated rear sets.

The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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congrats on the build! the color is niceeee
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Question for you guys: when I stopped at the gas station I was checking everything out on the bike and noticed that my front and rear rotors were hot as hell. On my old 05 they would barely get warm when I rode. Is this a problem? I don't want the heat to expand the fluid and cause my brakes to lock up
Depends how how you were braking?
You may also want to check that your pistons (in caliper) are not freezing in place....make sure the return back to the caliper after braking...otherwise it will heat it up.

If it sat for awhile you may want to rebuild the caliper seals...or sometimes a good ol' cleaning will help em out

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I wasn't hard on the brakes at all, I coasted into the gas station. I think the bike had been sitting for a little while. I'm gonna run some new fluid through the lines, clean up the calipers and check to see if the pistons are returning.
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The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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Can anybody tell what brand this windscreen is on my old bike?

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Took the bike out yesterday for a ride through some of the curvy roads around here. Not too bad for Florida roads. Heres a little edit of the ride, filmed with my GoPro Hero3 Silver! hope you enjoy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoofgpvXcQw
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The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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Thinking about buying this used exhaust. What do you guys think? Seems to be in decent shape from the pics. I would probably just run it as a slip on until I get a fuel management system then put the full headers on later down the road
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The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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I have no clue on the wind screen or exhaust. You figure out that thing with the brakes or was it determined to be business as usual?

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I have no clue on the wind screen or exhaust. You figure out that thing with the brakes or was it determined to be business as usual?

I think it was just from the bike sitting a while. I bled fresh fluid through the lines and all is well now. The old fluid looked pretty bad

Wrecked/Sold: 2005 Kawasaki zx-6r 636, 15k mi, k&n air filter, muzzy titanium slip-on, jumper mod, servo eliminator, core moto trans blue SS brake lines, michelin pilot power 2ct front and back, gloss black powder coated rear sets.

The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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Go for that exhaust....That is a sick deal for a full Muzzy Exhaust! Slip ons cost that much! (it will be loudddd)

Just beware...if you do go full exhaust you may want to consider a PC III Tune
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I think it was just from the bike sitting a while. I bled fresh fluid through the lines and all is well now. The old fluid looked pretty bad
And tis' what I thought...9/10 a good ol' fashion brake fluid flush will fix the problem
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Go for that exhaust....That is a sick deal for a full Muzzy Exhaust! Slip ons cost that much! (it will be loudddd)



Just beware...if you do go full exhaust you may want to consider a PC III Tune

Yeah I was thinking of just running the mid pipe and can until I get a PC then I'll throw the full headers on there and get it dyno tuned.

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The new: 2005 zx-6r 636, Magma Red, 21k mi, full muzzys exhaust, PCIII, k&n air filter, laggy a servo eliminator, jumper mod, core moto trans red brake lines, gloss black powder coated rear sets.
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