Gen 4: 2011-2015 Anything you want made for your Gen 4 ZX-10R? - Page 2 - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #11 of 31 Old 09-21-2016, 07:20 AM
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there is already a sprocket cover available on ebay which would be fully road legal and cheap because china, its Aluminium with a plexi window.

can be found here: Front Sprocket Cover Chain Guard Protector FOR 2011 2016 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 10R | eBay

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to me the missing link for a gen4 gen5 is for abs guys to have a decent catch can. the oem does not work on abs bikes and cost 600usd.
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It'd be cool to have a spacer to get rid of the rear brake but still hold the speed sensor.
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Either a rock proof radiator or a rad guard that does not use zip ties for stays. I'm planning on growing thru the THIRD g4 radiator soon and I'm going to request K-corp to cover it on warranty.
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Two kinds of rectifier brackets. One for the stock location or near-by and another that goes above the front sprocket.
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Scout Evotech performance does not need any cable ties and mounts up using oem bolt on the radiator
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The cover on ebay looks very very average imo!actually Im giving it a wrap calling it average its well below that
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I did like the Rizoma cover but they stopped production
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Either a rock proof radiator or a rad guard that does not use zip ties for stays. I'm planning on growing thru the THIRD g4 radiator soon and I'm going to request K-corp to cover it on warranty.
get a steel rad guard problem sort of solved, if a stone can go thru an aluminum radiator putting more aluminum in front of it isnt going to do much.

lol good luck with that warranty lol thats like putting a bull bar on a car and running thru 3 cows and asking to cover repairs
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The cover on ebay looks very very average imo!actually Im giving it a wrap calling it average its well below that
it is $45 AUD what do you expect lol, that has to be CNC'd from a block of aluminum and then anodized and shipped. imagine what that would cost in Aus even if a half assed job was done. its not a high volume part either
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