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  1. Laser Cutting ignition advancer

    ZR-7 Performance Upgrades
    Hi everyone, In these quarantine times I have not much to do, I want to order an ignition advancer but shipping delays are HORRIBLE. So, I'll make my own using a dxf and either a laser cutter or waterjet (to be determined later) Could anyone scan their ignition advancer with a printer, next...
  2. Trying to get a 650r that sat for years running again

    General Ninja 650R
    Hey all, first time posting and first time rebuilding a motorcycle. I have experience with cars, but I'm needing some help diagnosing and deciding how to move forward on this new project. About the bike It's an 06 Ninja 650r with about 1800 miles on the clock. Sat mostly outside with the last...
  3. My DIY Fender Eliminator

    General Ninja 650R
    So I bought a 2009 Ninja 650R with less than 1000 miles on it for $1100 off of craigslist. PO was trying to turn it into a streetfighter and apparently just removed all of the plastics and slapped a new headlight on it. So I'm trying to complete the job for him and make the bike look a lot...
  4. DIY sissy bar brackets/keep stock struts

    General Mean Streak
    A few months ago I got Vulcan Classic seat set from Conmar. Thus far I've only been sporting the solo seat. However, the wife wants to ride with me. So I started working on adapting the Classic passenger seat to the Mean Streak rear fender. The seat has a front tongue and Conmar gave me the...
  5. iPhone mount with charger review and DIY

    Daily Ride
    Ok so this has got to be one of my all time favorite purchases, and I've bought a lot of sh!t over the years. Here's the original thread where I had been contemplating buying a mount... http://www.riderforums.com/ninja-650r-accessories/73977-need-input-cellphone-mount.html I wanted something...
  6. DIY vs. Pro maintenance

    Ninja 650R Maintenance
    I need new tires - I'm thinking of pulling the wheels myself. I had a phone conversation with the service guy at the local Kawasaki shop and he suggested I think twice about it. He offered two reasons: 1) It would take me much longer to do it and I'd have to buy the tools 2) Safety I've...