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Cleaned her up a bit and did a small photo shoot before riding the other day. I think she cleans up nice.




My gf has a nice camera and loves to play photographer, she jumped at the chance and I think she did a great job. These are just a few shots of the many we took (of my bike and hers), if you guys are into them I may post a few more up. Enjoy.















 

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Sick!

That's how beautiful that is.

Nice work Joe.
 

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Thats sheer hardwork mate.One of the most good looking zx7R on this forum.
Surely the next bike of the month.Simply superb Joe.Keep it up.
 

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She's absolutely beautiful. Need more pictures!
 

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Looking nice and clean!
 

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Very nice! Time to start throwing some fancy bits on it?
There are a few things I have in mind, but I think they'll have to wait until after I graduate with my degree and work for a while.

Definites:

Pad for my solo tail
Race fuel cap
Repack and rebadge my Muzzy

Possibles:

Rearsets
Suspension upgrade (front and rear)
Adjustable ignition advancer


I've also been keeping an eye out for a spare motor in case mine goes.
 

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There are a few things I have in mind, but I think they'll have to wait until after I graduate with my degree and work for a while.

Definites:

Pad for my solo tail
Race fuel cap
Repack and rebadge my Muzzy

Possibles:

Rearsets
Suspension upgrade (front and rear)
Adjustable ignition advancer


I've also been keeping an eye out for a spare motor in case mine goes.

That's a nice list. You probably won't have to worry about your motor going. These things are bullet proof. Mine gets a workout and takes the best I can throw at it.

I'd invest in a spare wiring harness and coils. Little annoying stuff like that. Solenoids etc. Those tend to cause electrical gremlins from time to time.
 

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what kind of headlights do you have, looks like HID replacements and not stock. I've got a 2002 and been looking at HID and shopping around.

Awesome looking bike.....you just cant go wrong with a zx-7r

Curtis
 

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what kind of headlights do you have, looks like HID replacements and not stock. I've got a 2002 and been looking at HID and shopping around.

Awesome looking bike.....you just cant go wrong with a zx-7r

Curtis

Thanks, man.


Here's a link to the projectors in case you're feeling froggy:

http://eshop.ktautopart.com/motorcycle-hid-projector/kt-mt6d.html


...Aaaaand here's a link to the install that I did last winter:

http://www.zxforums.com/forums/zx-7r-forum/57842-winter-maintenance-mods-7.html
 

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Very nice looking bike you have there and some great pics. I wasn't sure about the black face, but it's grown on me. And of course, it's made you're bike individual:smile

What part of the engine/frame have you attached the frame sliders to?
 
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