The website mentioned above does specifically say ZX6RR (2005). The RR has a threaded bung welded to the frame on the "clutch" side of the bike. The fork clamp is a simple clamp that is secured to the left fork leg. This is the "old school" setup used for years by race bikes. The ZX6R will require either a rotary type damper (GPR, Scotts, or Pit Bull) or the "916" style (as in Ducati 916) which mounts parallel to the top triple clamp. You might do a search on this forum. About a 1 1/2 months ago someone got the second style I mentioned for their ZX6R and showed pictures....supposedly all Ohlins. Good luck, Rando
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