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post #1 of 122 (permalink) Old 03-06-2009, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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Project: ZX6R G2 surgery (PICS)

Well, basically I'm making my G2 up to date. Most of the pictures speak for themselves, but I'll throw in a comment where I find it necessary.


MODIFICATIONS

- Twin headlight front fairing
- ZZR600 fairing stay
- Hotbodies undertail
- LED white backlight
- Custom paintjob with white/black
- 05-06 front end
- Radial tokico calipers
- 05-06 rear shock
- Rearset risers
- Shortened Akrapovic bolt on
- Zip tie throttle mod (quick action)
- Valves shimmed
- HEL brake lines front
- 14 tooth front sprocket (40 rear, 525 chain)
- K/N Filter (OEM now with Ivan's jet kit)
- Ivan's performance jet kit
- APE manual Cam Chain Tensioner

To come:

- Radial master cylinder
- Factory pro ignition advancer
- Pazzo gold shorty levers
- 520 conversion, -1+1

FINISHED:










GOAL:



STARTING POINT:



LET'S GO THEN:

28. january 2009, 21:50. Parked in my garage. It was parked outside in the rain while I was cleaning the work space.


The last few months, I have bought some of the parts required for the twin headlight upgrade. Thanks to eBay!






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post #2 of 122 (permalink) Old 03-06-2009, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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Today's to-do: Modify the original undertail plastic, so that my Hotbodies undertail will fit. Nice color match there!

Removed tail fairing




As you can see, the original plastic is conflicting with the Hotbodies




Had to remove the fuel tank to cut a single zip tie


Trying to keep it clean and nice


"Under the bonnet"




Don't have a Dremel, but the angle grinder worked as a charm


Done a lot of cutting here


Useful tool to straighten out the edges


Finito!




Can't even put a coke in there now
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Who put those screws in there??!






Fixing the wires for the 00-02 gauges


New gauges working


Not coming on again either


K/N-filter


Strap that motherf***er to the roof


Love my Akrapovic... Going to shorten it tho!




Running no exhaust...






Stripping down front end




With clip-on's




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Removed rear shock


Swingarm pivot bolt


Only frame left


Hmm... removing wiring harness


Ezy!!!




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Feel free to comment. I have new updates, but prefer to post them on next page to keep length down (doh)
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That is going great. It is going to look badass. When do you think you will be done?

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i'm really keen to do the undertail... which that exact hotbodies style... but the cost to buy the item here in Aus is ridiculous... looking at 250-300bucks. Seems the same with most little mods tho... exchange rate from AU to USD is shitty... well on my side it is neways

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BTW, please paint or powdercoat those engine covers black.

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post #10 of 122 (permalink) Old 03-07-2009, 06:09 AM Thread Starter
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If I do not bump into many problems during assembly, I think it'll be ready in 2-3 weeks.

I got the Hotbodies undertail cheap from ebay, but I thought Hotbodies undertails were ABS plastic... Maybe I got a copy or something (But it came in the Hotbodies retail bag, with mounting hardware, stickers, installation manual etc.)
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