I have a 2018 zx10r KRT I was curious if anyone knows if its possible to put a 2019 zx10r KRT head on the ‘18? I wanna know what I need parts or modifications wise if any of that is even needed.
Doing this myself, 90% sure it works out. Hope no bad surprise rises, ordered parts already.I have a 2018 zx10r KRT I was curious if anyone knows if its possible to put a 2019 zx10r KRT head on the ‘18? I wanna know what I need parts or modifications wise if any of that is even needed.
2019 ECU talks to different injectors, IMU. And not sure if cluster and tb will work with 2019 ecu. Maybe easier to fuel tune 2016 ECU for new cams and ports.KRT is just a graphics kit so it doesn't matter if its KRT edition or not.
If you want to go 2019, just buy the entire engine and sell your 2018. You will need a 2019 ECU as well. That's generally it.
Scout, I'm curious what you said has to do with this thread? I get that your info is accurate but as far as a head swap, how is it realavant? They won't cover it so they probably won't answer itCall Kawa corp techs and they'll get right to the answer. ENGINE: Their policy, unless recently changed, has been, and always will be, according to three dealers I've personally dealt with, NO new engine sales. Kawa will rebuild forever on their warranty dime, and they offer a SEVEN year warranty, so us clients have no grip. Also, a tiny problem with this site is that it attracts a world membership. My point here is that Kawa corp has DIFFERENT warranty polices for either each country or sub-continent area. I'm not chipping at our corporation, as they have my total respect, but simply ask THEM questions directly about parts and warranty as the company is in the business of products and all products are backed by reputation. Kawasaki has a great reputation; however one Kawa dealer and one independent dealer and also ex-Kawa dealer balk at Kawa warranty service; what I got out of the ex-Kawa dealer is that the corporation is demanding about warranty procedure. I have no problem as everyone must earn trust. Only way. My impression is that Kawasaki trusts customers and dealers based upon data. Like any excellent company, they look at the data.
Finally, even if you failed to buy extended warranty, Kawa techs will answer questions.
Here some more pics.Could you send us more pics, to better understand de diferences in HG, etc.