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post #61 of 95 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 01:52 AM
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Sweet! Post pics when you get it on, I haven't seen any pics from anyone on the r&g yet
Will do! We just put Pazzo levers on my wife's bike today, so I'll probably order mne this week. Other than frame sliders and maybe a seat cowl, I'll probably be done for awhile.
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SWEET! that looks awesome, muchhhh better than stock!


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Looking to do these same mods myself.. Just became the blessed owner of a 2013 Ninja 650 ABS. A few questions:

1) Are all 2012 650 parts interchangeable with 2013 650 parts? For example, will all 2012 650 fender eliminator kits and frame sliders fit my 2013??

2) I found the fender eliminator kit,

Yoshimura Kawasaki Ninja 650 2012 Chassis Protector Kit from SportbikeTrackGear.com

Can someone please show me the frame slider link?

3) saltXtheXwound, on the fender eliminator kit, does that license plate frame have to be used with it? I ask because I kinda like the look of this one better,

Kawasaki ER6 Ninja 650 Fender Eliminator Tail Tidy 2012 2013 Evotech | eBay

but its a little more expensive.

4) Other than the Yoshimura products discussed here, are there any other brands (other than Evotech on ebay) that I should consider for these components?

Thanks for any help!
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Tidy tail hard to get the stock tail lights mounted. Yoshi was simple


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Looking to do these same mods myself.. Just became the blessed owner of a 2013 Ninja 650 ABS. A few questions:

1) Are all 2012 650 parts interchangeable with 2013 650 parts? For example, will all 2012 650 fender eliminator kits and frame sliders fit my 2013??

2) I found the fender eliminator kit,

Yoshimura Kawasaki Ninja 650 2012 Chassis Protector Kit from SportbikeTrackGear.com

Can someone please show me the frame slider link?

3) saltXtheXwound, on the fender eliminator kit, does that license plate frame have to be used with it? I ask because I kinda like the look of this one better,

Kawasaki ER6 Ninja 650 Fender Eliminator Tail Tidy 2012 2013 Evotech | eBay

but its a little more expensive.

4) Other than the Yoshimura products discussed here, are there any other brands (other than Evotech on ebay) that I should consider for these components?

Thanks for any help!
1) Everything for the 2012 will fit the 2013 exactly the same, the only thing that changed was the colors available and the kawasaki decal on the bottom fairing.

2) Yoshimura Kawasaki Ninja 650 2012 Chassis Protector Kit from SportbikeTrackGear.com
that's the link for the Yoshimura frame sliders, same ones I have

3) No, you don't have to use the license plate frame, I just think the Yoshimura one looks kinda cool haha

4) I'm not really sure on that to be honest I know that R&G makes a tail tidy and sliders also that are pretty good from what I've heard. you can also go to Ninja650shop.com and find a lot of cool stuff for your new bike! what color did you get? Congrats!


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Awesome, thanks for the help Salt! I got the Black with ABS.

Anyone running these?

2012 Ninja 650 NINJA650 Ninja 650R No Cut Frame Sliders Black Candy | eBay

I would really like to go with yellow sliders.. Thinking of either painting the Yoshimura's or getting the ebay specials.. Looks like the seller has good feedback.
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Awesome, thanks for the help Salt! I got the Black with ABS.

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2012 Ninja 650 NINJA650 Ninja 650R No Cut Frame Sliders Black Candy | eBay

I would really like to go with yellow sliders.. Thinking of either painting the Yoshimura's or getting the ebay specials.. Looks like the seller has good feedback.
No problem, as far as those sliders go if they say they're for a 2012 then they'll fit your bike without a doubt, should be decent quality too I would assume. I don't ever plan on laying down my bike as I don't really ride crazy so the frame sliders were just a peace of mind thing for me really. better to spend $150ish on sliders than a grand on fairings right? haha

and yeah I think on the 2013 black I would get the sliders painted yellow and maybe do some yellow rim tape, that would look great!


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Don't get no cut sliders. Just do yourself a favor and cut the hole in the fairing. No cut frame sliders don't even provide half the protection of the cut sliders
On the woodcraft site it only has 06-08 and 09-11. Any idea if it's the same part for the 2012s? I might just shoot them an email.
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I bought mine from a fellow forum member who upgraded to a Ninja 1000.

His mods:

Yoshimura Exhaust
Flip-up Adjustable Levers
Tanks Pad
LED Lighting Kit -w Remote
Tidy Tail
Brake Light Flashers
12V Charger Socket under the Seat
Battery Tender Pigtails

My mods:

Power Commander V -w Tuning
GSG-Moto Frame Sliders
Fuse Block
Givi PLX Side and Top Racks
Givi V35 Hard Bags
Oxford Heated Grips

Next will probably be a shock, and tires..
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