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post #1 of 8 Old 12-12-2012, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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Need help with mods...

Hey guys ... I want to know what are the things I can change on the 250r... now considering that I live in kolkata, india, I know that I will not get any good after market exhausts .. and I dont want to ruin the bike by latching on some cheap free flow exhaust system tat only make alot of noise... pls tell me what I can change or get it made...

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I have seen some cbrs with indian made exhaust they were not that noisy but the sound was like woofer sound, u can find it here in india
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It would help to know what you want to change/improve with the bike before we start suggesting modifications. Are you going for better looks, less weight, better handling, more power, etc?

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13T front sprocket first and foremost.

Current: 2003 CBR600RR Fuelly
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Mods: blacked out screen, hotbodies indicators, LED indicators, front preload, musarri zorst,
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13T front sprocket first and foremost.
Also need a speedo corrector.

But if you have access to a friend that welds. Make an exhaust, seen 2" diameter catalytic converters on eBay cheap. Than build a muffler, easiest thing ever too just leave the option for switch out baffles. Be about 100$-150$ in all and better than most aftermarket ones anyways. I have a design just not the access to a welder lol.

Also 10/15w fork oil, replace stock spacers with 1/4" longer ones (can be made from sst tube)

Ride on tire sealant (does not eat away at the tire like others do)

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School (get trained how to ride if you're not already)


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Also need a speedo corrector.

But if you have access to a friend that welds. Make an exhaust, seen 2" diameter catalytic converters on eBay cheap. Than build a muffler, easiest thing ever too just leave the option for switch out baffles. Be about 100$-150$ in all and better than most aftermarket ones anyways. I have a design just not the access to a welder lol.


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Never got the SpeedoDRD, my speedo is ~10km faster than road speed, 72-73 on bike = 60km e.t.c. will get it one day, but isn't too hard to calculate.

Also my musarri slip on set me back $199 delivered, its nice.

Did extend my spacers (made a thread on it). However never changed the oil.

What is ride on tyre sealant?

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red adjustable levers, throttle zip tie mod
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http://youtu.be/YqkBfEHYzxw

Though i got mine from cyclegear. So far i already ran over a industrial staple and it plugged it up.


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Ride-On Tire Sealant = Indestructible Tires! (almost...) - YouTube

Though i got mine from cyclegear. So far i already ran over a industrial staple and it plugged it up.


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That stuff looks too good to be true. Amazing stuff!

Current: 2003 CBR600RR Fuelly
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red adjustable levers, throttle zip tie mod
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