New (13-15) ZX6R Shock on 06 Z750s?
This is a discussion on New (13-15) ZX6R Shock on 06 Z750s? within the Z1K/Z750 Performance Upgrades forums, part of the Kawasaki Z1000, Ninja 1000, Z800, Z750 & Z-750S category; Awesome thanks for all the help! Rerouting a wire or two is no problem for me.
As for the dogbones, I kinda figured that it ...
Awesome thanks for all the help! Rerouting a wire or two is no problem for me.
As for the dogbones, I kinda figured that it wouldn't make a difference but it was only a couple bucks more for this shock. This shock is also clean so it'll look nice after a polish.
I'll update when I get it installed. Can't decide if I should do this before powdercoating the swingarm or doing it all in one go.
Also, it took me til now to realize you were talking about the regulator/rectifier, not sure what I was thinking before.
Rotating or even relocating the r/r shouldn't be difficult.
Last edited by jtbask11; 03-31-17 at 11:42 AM.
Got the shock installed. Has probably a half to a quarter of a millimeter of clearance between it and the cross member. There was some little metal pin sticking out of the member that I didn't remove, it's hitting the shock a bit but it shouldn't be a problem.
Installation was easy, the hardest part was getting the bike up to work on. Ended up using a rope and a $30,000 piece of machinery.
The bike sits a bit higher, is way firmer, and doesn't hit the member even when bouncing.
Thanks for all the help. Next step is the 636 front end, but that's gonna take a lot more work, money and time.
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Wow that's close I love my zx14 shock easy to adjust for added passenger weight and fits like stock maybe 2 inches between it and the cross member. Don't know why no one else has tried it yet. The zx6 front end really isn't that bad to do especially if you know any machinist or live close to a technical school
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