Thanks for the links.
Now, don't know what to do... :dunno:
I've found an upper triple from a Z750 way cheaper than the one from the 07 Versys. Need to investigate if this Z750 triple can fit the fork of an ZX6R without any modification.
By the way, I have read your journey you posted on riderforums and I love what you achieved :righton:
My aim is to transform mine in order to something that looks like yours. Hope to be able to get a result as nice as yours !
Be careful. The z750s didn’t have upside down forks until later in the years. I know the 2010 had upside downs and will likely fit but finding the right model year first will help. Try posting in the z750 forum here and on other sites. Chances are they’re helpful and will tell you what you need to know
Just a note to say that the easiest USD fork upgrade by far would have to be Versys followed by z1000sx. The versys would be a little tall but they are USDs. Second to that would be z1000sx... bolts straight up, uses the stock Er wheel, has 300mm discs, uses the stock axle and spacers. The only thing is to buy the top triple clamp you want and handlebars to suit. Again the z1000 from 03(?) onwards is the easiest. Its almost as if kawasaki planned it this way
Hang your bike from the ceiling. It helps to have a triple tree stand. There were moments with the bike suspended from rope/ceiling that I needed the triple tree stand. Mentioned in my thread as well.
If you are going to suspend from the ceiling like I did, the position of the rope securing the frame of the bike to your ratchet tie down strap may prevent removing the triple.
I believe so but no one has documented. Let me know if you need a z1000 top and bottom triple for 52/50 forks. I have a whole front end from a z1000sx that bolts straight up with a 650 wheel, has ABS mount works with ignition lock etc
I did a search and couldn’t find answers. Can I used 2019 power commander tune maps on a 2020 bike? Currently the only map available for 2020 is “stock air filter / stock exhaust”. Thx for replies,
So the 17,18 and 19 year model 650s came with a slipper clutch
I believe some people have already done this so im looking for input
I compared my 2010 clutch diagram and the 2018 and came up with the following list of parts that “look different“
the cost isnt unreasonable given what you get and...
Do this at your own risk, I take no responsibility for what happens to you, thats YOURjob.
First ... why would you want to adapt a different shock? The standard one is less than rubbish.
The 2010 R1 shock is the same length as an ER650. It has low speed compression and high speed compression...
Today I commenced the installation of a KOSO DB03r Gauge on my 2010 ER6
I started by looking at the wiring diagram i had in the service manual and the pigtail i had from my gauge. I quickly realised that all of the different models of bike er6n vs F are different as the colour code didnt seem to...
i have a 2014 ninja 650
how do I remove the governor?
on the 2013 it had a looped wire to remove underneath the seat I don't have any looped wire
I also have a power commander five can I do it thru that ???
what can I set my RPM at safetly on the commander? mine redlines at 11,000
I had it...