I have been riding dirt bikes all my life and have been riding street bikes for about 2 years which is the reason for going 600chriskeenan said:Not anyone selling off the top of my head. but be careful larger, more serious bikes, they can be a handful if you're just learning how to ride on the street, and more expensive to fix when (its going to happen) you do lay it down. its usually recommended to start with a 250, Honda and Kawasaki both make some nice ones, they're cheap to buy and hold their value well, then sell and upgrade to a larger one once the 250 is mastered.
CL is pretty barren around here right now, lost of large cruisers and a few liter bikes and busas, and some overly customized ugly GSXRs. I got my Ninja 250R off CL of 1000$ with gear last year, 2006, 390 miles, garage kept, needed carb cleaning and valve adjustment, now its running great and getting 60-70mpg.
I just grabbed something laying around? It's not like I bought it. If I buy anything I'm going with spectre or I'm going to make my own like it.Climbit said:that thing is unnecessarily large.. just grab a parts store cone filter and be done with it.
the rest of the setup is fine... a parts store cone will drop right in there and doesn't cost anything...I just grabbed something laying around? It's not like I bought it. If I buy anything I'm going with spectre or I'm going to make my own like it.
By parts store you mean advanced, napa, orieleys etc? I might get one on the way home tomorrow.Climbit said:the rest of the setup is fine... a parts store cone will drop right in there and doesn't cost anything...
the spectre kit is cool, and yes, cowl intake is better, but the filter is way too small and gets clogged easily. most guys I know around here running it have to clean it out every couple hundred road miles or after every trail run.