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Anyone want to buy a hindle slip on exhuast with carbon fiber tip? Perfect condition $180! I’m selling my 400 and would like to make it back to stock.
 

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Do you have the model ? also, why are you selling the 4-hundo if you don't mind me asking?
Im confused? It is the hindle megaphone exhuast. Also I’m getting rid of it because I learned a lot on it and feel I’m ready to get the zx10r
 

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Im confused? It is the hindle megaphone exhuast. Also I’m getting rid of it because I learned a lot on it and feel I’m ready to get the zx10r
He's asking which end cap you selected:

Black Ceramic Coated, or Carbon Fiber.

Also, if you are new to motorcycles; which you mention in your first post in April, I can guarantee you have not learned nearly enough for a bike marginally more powerful like a 600, much less a ZX-10R. I'd be willing to wager you aren't able to squeeze the full performance out of the 400, so a 998cc motorcycle will only serve to put you and anybody on your line in harm's way.

That being said, I'm interested in the exhaust; but you've made no mention of your location which would be helpful in judging whether or not to buy.

EDIT: This is just my :2cents:, do what you want and I wish you all the best of luck and safety in your travels.
 

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He's asking which end cap you selected:

Black Ceramic Coated, or Carbon Fiber.

Also, if you are new to motorcycles; which you mention in your first post in April, I can guarantee you have not learned nearly enough for a bike marginally more powerful like a 600, much less a ZX-10R. I'd be willing to wager you aren't able to squeeze the full performance out of the 400, so a 998cc motorcycle will only serve to put you and anybody on your line in harm's way.

That being said, I'm interested in the exhaust; but you've made no mention of your location which would be helpful in judging whether or not to buy.

EDIT: This is just my :2cents:, do what you want and I wish you all the best of luck and safety in your travels.
I understand I will be riding normal though I don’t need to go to the twisters this is just to have haha I don’t ride crazy also I’m located in Chicago and would shop you the exhuast
 

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Im confused? It is the hindle megaphone exhuast. Also I’m getting rid of it because I learned a lot on it and feel I’m ready to get the zx10r
LOL Statement of the day!!
 

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Lol I don’t race and go in cornering fast like you guys be I just ride to ride and having a fast straight away is all I need
That was just as much my concern for your safety as it was that you were going to chuck it into corners right off the lot. There's quite a bit of danger involved when you go in excess of 100mph+ on the freeways that have; rain grooves, pot holes, oil, and garbage. It's a large part of the reason that I didn't get a CBR600RR, I really, really, really wanted one. I'd even consider myself more of a Honda man, who loves his inline fours. But I knew with a top speed of near 160mph, having all that speed means you'll want to use it. Anyone that's seen my early posts, knows I sound like a broken record, but I'd rather ride a "slow" bike fast, than a fast bike slow. Because that is most undoubtably what you will be doing most of the time with that ZX-10R.

Have you considered keeping the 400 and going to a supermoto track in your area akin something like this?
 

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That was just as much my concern for your safety as it was that you were going to chuck it into corners right off the lot. There's quite a bit of danger involved when you go in excess of 100mph+ on the freeways that have; rain grooves, pot holes, oil, and often garbage. It's a large part of the reason that I didn't get a CBR600RR, I really, really, really wanted one. I'd even consider myself more of a Honda man, who loves his inline fours. But I knew with a top speed of near 160mph, having all that speed means you'll want to use it. Anyone that's seen my early posts, knows I sound like a broken record, but I'd rather ride a "slow" bike fast, than a fast bike slow. Because that is most undoubtably what you will be doing most of the time what that ZX-10R.

Have you considered keeping the 400 and going to a supermoto track in your area akin something like this?
I can’t afford both :crying: but I get the 400 to 125-130mph every day
 

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Speaking of reality... Um, when you getting your 400 man...?

My savings were just past the half way point before this weeks $700 plus auto repair bill. I should still be on track for sometime in September...


I just passed the 40,000 Mile mark on my 2015 Ninja 1000! It sure helps my patience to have a nice bike to ride while I'm saving!


Now, back to reality.
 

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That was just as much my concern for your safety as it was that you were going to chuck it into corners right off the lot. There's quite a bit of danger involved when you go in excess of 100mph+ on the freeways that have; rain grooves, pot holes, oil, and garbage. It's a large part of the reason that I didn't get a CBR600RR, I really, really, really wanted one. I'd even consider myself more of a Honda man, who loves his inline fours. But I knew with a top speed of near 160mph, having all that speed means you'll want to use it. Anyone that's seen my early posts, knows I sound like a broken record, but I'd rather ride a "slow" bike fast, than a fast bike slow. Because that is most undoubtably what you will be doing most of the time with that ZX-10R.
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^^ and some such advice from seasoned riders is exactly what helped me tame the inner moron and not buy the ZX-6R. sometimes the concern is not money but common sense i guess (personally).
i know i have a knack for digging up old threads. :devil:
 

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and some such advice from seasoned riders is exactly what helped me tame the inner moron and not buy the ZX-6R.
Same here! My hand was shaking to buy the 6R...but at the end of the day I would have scared the crap out of myself with that bike. I am so happy with the performance of the 400. Thanks for digging up this one, I re read this from the beginning and it made me laugh! :clap:
 

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You also will be leaning over the front more, since you will be going from a sport model to a supersport.


But i know you just kidding. :shipwrecked: :wavetowel2:
 
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