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Hey all, I just picked up a 2006 ZX-6R SE that has been painted a pearl white. My goal is to take the SE parts off and make the bike OEM green. I have the SE rims, a Laser exhaust, forks (or just the upper alone), and if anyone is interested in swapping the white plastics for green, they are in great shape! I'm looking for the factory pipe also and the stock fender bracket.WTT: 2006 636 SE parts-imageuploadedbymo-free1362169103.543550.jpgWTT: 2006 636 SE parts-imageuploadedbymo-free1362169117.180652.jpg


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I have a OEM full exhaust
may have the fender also
would you sell your white body work? maybe the tail fairing/ nose cone?
or are you lookin to straight trade?

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I could possibly sell... I would like to see what I can get offered for a trade first. I am interested in the stock exhaust and fender though. Also, I forgot to list, I have a GPR stabilizer that was on the bike. I plan on putting an Ohlins on
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how much you want for the GPR, does it leak?

if you wanna pay shipping for the exhaust ill get it boxed up /sent out

may wanna post a Craigslist ad for the stock exhaust, they are really cheap/common

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I just need the muffler, not the midpipe. Do you have pics of it? And does it come with the shrouds? I'll have to see how much used GPRs are going for, then knock more off for KF members. It does not leak at all and is in excellent condition.


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ok im interested in it then, mine has a leak, and i refuse to ride w/o one. Ill put this one to good use as GPR rebuilts the leaky one

here is a pic of the stocker, you just want the end can?
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I just saw a used one go for $276 on here, so I think $200 is fair...?


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sounds fair...
for the exhaust do you need the servo motor shit too?
butterfly valve or whatever they call it (the little motor that will decrease the airflow at higher RPMS)

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Yes I do please


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Also, hate to ask, but do you have any closer pics of the muffler itself? Make sure it's in good condition?


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