Gen 4: 2011-2015 Anything you want made for your Gen 4 ZX-10R? - Page 3 - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #21 of 31 Old 09-22-2016, 03:18 PM
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Scout Evotech performance does not need any cable ties and mounts up using oem bolt on the radiator
all over OZ and UK but did find one here on ebay. But might only go on g5 so had to ask all the questions.
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post #22 of 31 Old 09-22-2016, 03:57 PM
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I had r&g on the R1. Didnt like the zip ties. So for the Gen 5 zx10 i went with evo tech. Should be the same for all their rad guards. FYI i have there frame sliders and axle sliders. All quality stuff.

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Mirror BLOCKOFF plates (black)
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a better looking seat cowl?
I cannot agree more.. Kawasaki suck at designing rear ends... Am considering a Gen5 tail converstion on Gen4.. take cues from BMW RR and MV on seat cowls..

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Design;
a nut which is lighter and easier to remove from front sprocket without that lock plate.
a plate to relocate the regulator
Plastic tail tidy to save a little weight ans save on manufacturing cost
Plastic mirror blockoff with GoPro mount
Holder for PCV components .. LOLz

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Design;
a nut which is lighter and easier to remove from front sprocket without that lock plate.
a plate to relocate the regulator
Plastic tail tidy to save a little weight ans save on manufacturing cost
Plastic mirror blockoff with GoPro mount
Holder for PCV components .. LOLz
Plastic stuff done on 3D printer ... tailtidy weighs a fraction of metal parts ... with thing like Pulse P3 battery ... can spend money and save some LBS...

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Design;

a nut which is lighter and easier to remove from front sprocket without that lock plate.

a plate to relocate the regulator

Plastic tail tidy to save a little weight ans save on manufacturing cost

Plastic mirror blockoff with GoPro mount

Holder for PCV components .. LOLz




Hereís an easy tail tidy I made for my bike, this was a test piece made out of PLA. I then shipped it to my boy who made a copy of it in carbon fiber. I can post the file if anyone wants it.




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post #28 of 31 Old 02-08-2018, 09:05 PM
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Whateva happened to this guy?

I could be missing something here but did anyone benefit from his offer to give anyone what they had on their bucket list?I don't need the front sprocket cover anyway I went the Carbon fiber guard
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the ABS catch can I would like
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I'd still love to see a bracket to remove the rear brake but keep the speed sensor. Might just have to see if I can find a cheap stock bracket and hack it up if nobody makes them.
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