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Hello! I'm almost 17, and I've had my (2000) 250 for about a year and a half now.
Both of my parents ride so I have great influence from them. Mom and dad both are Yamaha fans, each have an r6. I'm the only one who had a Kawasaki and I looooove it.

I'm here 'cause I want to learn more about my bike and such. :D
Nice to meet y'all!
 

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peas said:
Hello! I'm almost 17, and I've had my (2000) 250 for about a year and a half now.
Both of my parents ride so I have great influence from them. Mom and dad both are Yamaha fans, each have an r6. I'm the only one who had a Kawasaki and I looooove it.

I'm here 'cause I want to learn more about my bike and such. :D
Nice to meet y'all!
Ever ride their r6's?
 

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R6 was really nice on cornering, but a little bit heavy. Zx 6 r have a balance weight to power ratio, easy for cornering and the power a little bit smooth than R6. Both bikes are awesome:) I rode these bikes once :)
 

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songsu said:
R6 was really nice on cornering, but a little bit heavy. Zx 6 r have a balance weight to power ratio, easy for cornering and the power a little bit smooth than R6. Both bikes are awesome:) I rode these bikes once :)
each bike definitely has its own qualities to it. im not sure if they've ridden the zx 6r or not though so i can only take your word for it haha
i will say riding on the back of them is a lot nicer of a ride than on my 250 since it vibrates a lot more (not sure how to describe this lol) it's nice but i still prefer the roughness of my bike :D
 

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Agree with morgan46, in my country there is a supersport competition and once R6 was
Upss sorry touch send accidentally, yes once 07-09 R6 was the king of that competition always got the first place until 09 zx 6R arrived, it blast R6 easily and hands on the king title to ZX 6R until now :)
 

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each bike definitely has its own qualities to it. im not sure if they've ridden the zx 6r or not though so i can only take your word for it haha
i will say riding on the back of them is a lot nicer of a ride than on my 250 since it vibrates a lot more (not sure how to describe this lol) it's nice but i still prefer the roughness of my bike :D
This is mainly because it is a V-twin. My 650r runs "rough" compared to a ZX6 which is a 4 cylinder bike. I'm not sure what causes this but it is common behavior for a twin engine.
 

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This is mainly because it is a V-twin. My 650r runs "rough" compared to a ZX6 which is a 4 cylinder bike. I'm not sure what causes this but it is common behavior for a twin engine.
I think ninja 250 is pararell twin not a V twin. Less cylinder more vibrate, that's what i know about engine.
 

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Yea I am a 650 rider so I know nothing about 250's at all. Plus my 650 is my first bike so I'm not as familiar with these bikes as a lot of people on here. Lol I leave most of the technical details to those who know what they are talking about! Lol
 
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