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Old 03-14-2007, 04:11 PM   #1
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hey does anyone know where to find parts for the new kawasaki zx6rs??? i need to find frame sliders and a fender eliminator.
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:12 PM   #2
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whats up butters. Ill try and find some of that stuff for you. !
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:34 PM   #3
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dont know if any is out yet. i used some of the stuff that came off the oem fender to fab one up for a 2005. check out www.kawiforums.com for more info. heres a pic of what the fender eliminator looked like after i removed the fender. the bike was maybe a week old and fresh off the crate in SE texas

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Old 03-14-2007, 04:43 PM   #4
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ya thanks but i need the integrated brake light for it too..bc the stock one looks terrible
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oh, i also used sliders for a 03-04 zx636r on the 2005 636 posted above. you can use stuff like that as lon as the thread size is the same.

i made a few "how-to's" on kawiforums after installing the sliders and later manufacturers were selling the sliders for 03-04 to 05-06 owners as well. the brake lights cant be integrated if they are LED with a trailer switch, so you will have to wait for a while.
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:48 PM   #6
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2007 zx6r no cut frame sliders?
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oh and on that under tail look at the left pic.. it comes with a plate mount.. the right pic shows different.
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thats a 98-02 zx6r
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i can get your the under tail for $250 or the sliders for $100


or you can go on ebay and get them yourself for like $175 and $65 (shipped)
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thats a 98-02 zx6r
ZZR6 05-07 UNDERTAIL W BRACKT

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not recommended for serious riding, maybe occasional posing tip overs.

just tape off and cut like i did on the 2005.
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zzr... :BangHead:

ya ok slap me again.


but the frame sliders are hot.
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ZZR6 05-07 UNDERTAIL W BRACKT

lie'n bastards.
same thing

05-07zzr6 is a re-badged 98-2002 zx6r.
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Like i said franky, let me find them for you and when i cut into your plastics i wont mess anything up. Pwomise
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not recommended for serious riding, maybe occasional posing tip overs.

just tape off and cut like i did on the 2005.
frame sliders never have.. if you want protection..

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note.. you will have to cut your for this one also.. but it will offer the best protection
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:59 PM   #17
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note.. you will have to cut your for this one also.. but it will offer the best protection
in my experience cages suit slow stunts best. if you go down on the track or freeway with a cage you may rup up not only the track surface but snap mounting tabs on the frame or engine (wherever the mount on the bike)

metal sliders do the same since they catch the ground and snap off instead of bend or scrape.
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ya if you plan on track riding they most likely wont let you on the track with a full out cage... bc you will **** it up.. but you wont **** up your bike
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Plus the handles on the tail section = old skool
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