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Hey all, picking up my new hold over 2015 ZX-10R ABS Matte Black in the next day or two. Just wanted to say hello from North Seattle. I'm a long time Rider of Harley's, Custom Roadglide and dyna lowrider. Rode my friends R6 and had a blast so after I wrecked my Roadglide last month I decided to finally pick up a sport bike and after a lot of researched decided that the ZX-10R was the cats ass, so to speak. Love forums dedicated to particular models and so here I am. It'll be great to meet you all.
 

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Welcome to the party pal!

All I can say is take it easy for the first several thousand miles on that beauty of a 10. This bike ain't no Hardley 1960s fuel-to-noise converter. It's a state-of-the-art road missile and you need to ease into a bit. And if you got the green one, you need to be extra careful cause that's the fastest one.
 
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:welcome:
 

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Thanks everyone. For sure going to take it easy. I thought the R6 was fast so I'm sure this beauty is going to be a beast.
 

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Welcome. hit up PNW Moto for the local seattle area forums. whatever your needs, i got your local hookups. tuning/performance parts www.2wheeldynoworks.com tires/suspension/service www.opmotorsports.com track days www.optimum-performance.org
Thanks. Love 2WDW. the crew there is awesome. And Nels knows his stuff for sure. Have already done some texting with Pat, Nels was out of town doing Dyno work, and he was saying they've got a great flash for the 10 and can really do some cool stuff with kawi's ecu without even going further than a 3/4 exhaust setup. Said yosh and Hindle were showing nice performance gains.
 

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Damn!!!! This bike is insane. Getting off a 800+lb Harley bagger and throwing a leg over this is...I don't even have the words. Definitely requires a lot of respect.
 
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