2005 Ninja ZX6-R Hotbodies exhaust install / comparison
This video is of my buddy Josh's 2005 Ninja zx6-R showing what the stock Exhaust sounds like, then open header,
and then with the new Hotbodies integrated Exhaust setup. The video does not do the Exhaust justice at all. It also really opened
up the power band and gave the bike a more frisky feel for sure. The stock
butterfly was NOT used on the new Exhaust.
Stay tuned this spring, we will have many more videos of this bike racing,
flybys and much more!
2009 Daytona SportBike Comparison Preview - MotoUSA
Is DMG on the right track or totally off the tracks? We put the Buell
1125R, Aprilia RSV1000 and Kawasaki ZX-6R to the test to find which reigns
supreme! Read the full comparison:
2010 Ninja ZX-6R + Yoshimura R-77 slip-on exhaust (before and after)
This video was inspired by a video by PruvenPerformance:
Like many others, I really enjoyed the way he put his video together, so I
thought I'd try to do something like it (his is better).
Right away I should mention that the weird buzzing sound coming from the
stock muffler was due to tiny pebbles that seemed to find their way in
there that day. I've never heard that sound on my bike before then.
Mods in this video:
BikeLitez fender eliminator kit
Light Werkes (Competition Werkes) integrated LED tail light
Shogun full slider kit (bar ends, frame, swingarm)
Some tank pad I got from Cycle Gear
And of course, a Yoshimura R-77 slip-on Exhaust w/ included link pipe (db killer not