Yep, done it twice now on both my ZX10R's, and four other owners that race them.
Far and away the best mod you can do to the ZX10R. get rid of the ABS. ZX10R have the worst brakes of any sports bike I have ever ridden, and the extra 3 foot of hydraulic tubing doesn't help.
If you do remove the ABS and run dedicated lines form the master cylinder to the calipers you can remove all the plumbing, the front is relatively easy, you need to take off your tank and airbox and if you want to make you life easier to get to the clips in the frame also the throttle bodies.
To remove the rear is a touch harder as the blocks that convert the rubber lines to metal tubing are mounted between the frame and swing arm. There are two ways to get these out... remove the swing arm so that you can get the Allen key in, or (what I did) a blunt chisel and hammer onto the side of the block, with a few gentle taps the block will rotate taking the screw with it, once it moves you can undo it with your fingers and with a little bit of twisting it comes out.
Once you have all the tubing gone you can put your own braided lines in.
On the ABS module itself the 4 nuts that hold the tubes in place you need to be very firm on them to crack the thread. These are done up stupidly tight, if you just put a 10mm spanner on them and lean on them you will round the nuts and be screwed. Put the spanner on and give it a quick sharp pull and then you'll be good to go.
The ABS module itself will need to remain in place and plugged in. If you remove it the bike will not rev over 11,000rpm. Until someone comes up with a dummy plug for it, you're stuck with it. (not an issue with the race bike as it runs a race ECU) Though if I come up with a solution I'll post it up.
If you decide to go ahead with it I'm more than happy to guide you through.
Last edited by TurboR1; 11-12-2013 at 05:42 PM.