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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2013, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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My black '06 250r

So just curious, should i trick it out/ add some accesories? or wait because chances are I'll eventually be upgrading to at least a newer 250 if not a bigger bike. Here's my bike, and yes that's my step dad's vstar 950 in the background
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2013, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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also is the exhaust stock? the previous owner did the flush front turn signals, but i don't know what else they modified on it. any other mods you notice just by looking at it?
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The 06 and 07's came with chrome/silver exhausts. However the PO of your bike replaced them with stock black exhausts from an older 250. Pretty sweet, if you ask me.

I like the front turn signals. Those are the only real mods done that I can see. I've done quite a few mods to my 07. Some that I would recommend are adding extra tail/brake lights into the empty rear pods, and a 15 tooth front sprocket instead of the stock 14 tooth.

Those wouldn't change the bike too much, and improve functionality and visibility. Look in the modifications thread for some ideas



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Nice bike!! Looks really clean


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The exhaust is stock, good luck riding and be safe!

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Thanks for all the feedback. I'm really considering the 15t sprocket. Would that be good or should I also look into a 44t rear one? Or smaller even? Or just not worry about the rear?
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Thanks for all the feedback. I'm really considering the 15t sprocket. Would that be good or should I also look into a 44t rear one? Or smaller even? Or just not worry about the rear?
I haven't changed the rear yet. If I do it'll be to a 43t.

go the 15t alone first and see how you like it. Some people switch back to the 14, but very few. Gotta find out for yourself first, I think. Also, if you're going to replace both sprockets, you might want to look into replacing the chain also. Usually you want all three to wear together equally



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