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Thread: Show me your bike

Created on: 02/06/09 08:49 PM

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IXOYE


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RE: Show me your bike
11/30/16 10:04 AM

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2016 Ninja zx 14 SE shorty pipes, changed that stupid white parking lights to amber, and lowered to a better stance.

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WillsZX14R


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RE: Show me your bike
12/06/16 6:27 AM

^^^ come on bro. IXOYE you gotta show your 2016 14R..no photos?

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RE: Show me your bike
04/03/17 11:50 PM

I was in the garage today and just stopped and looked at the bike.
I just stared at it for about 2 minutes.
After 6 years of 14 and 14R ownership, this motorbike still looks amazing to me.
It may not have the stunning lines of some 1 litre sportbikes, but my buttons are still well and truly being pushed!

Mr Kawasaki, nice work and I owe you a beer...


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2012 Metalic Spark Black Kawasaki ZX-14R.
Yoshimura carbon R-77 slip ons,Custom dyno ECU flash,Striker rearsets,Hyperpro RSC steering damper,HM Plus quickshifter,ASV C5 levers,Hel SS transparent red front/rear brake and clutch lines,Kawasaki/MRA vented spoiler screen,Carbon heel guards,R&G radiator guard,Powerbronze carbon rear hugger,ZX-10 front fender with fender extender,Yoshimura frame sliders,M-Factory rear stand stoppers,Escort Redline radar detector,Techspec tank grips and tank protector,Versys 1000 fender eliminator,Kaoko cruise control,Moto red oil cap,Oxford heated grips,Red magnetic oil drain plug,Red and black Bagster Spider rear seat bag (for touring only).

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RE: Show me your bike
04/04/17 8:17 AM

"Buttons still being pushed" ... yeah that's a real good way to put it. Me too.



'13 ZX14R; Puig hugger & windscreen; OEM center stand; Helibars risers; Givi V47 Tech top case mounted using an SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack; and Muzzy dual black stainless slip ons

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KAK



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RE: Show me your bike
04/04/17 12:01 PM

I feel the same way after almost 10 years. My wife has always liked the bike too. She even likes the sound when I pull into the garage on a hot day and the rad' fan is running. She says "it sounds cool, like a jet".

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Cuff


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RE: Show me your bike
05/20/17 7:46 PM

Change and balanced front and rear tires. Cleaned, bled and changed front and rear brakes. Adjusted foot pegs and changed to a GP muffler. Love the new brake bleeder.

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IXOYE


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 7:49 AM

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2016 Ninja zx 14 SE shorty pipes, changed that stupid white parking lights to amber, and lowered to a better stance.

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extrapolator


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 10:42 AM

Is that a wrap? Or the real thing?? Looks cool



'13 ZX14R; Puig hugger & windscreen; OEM center stand; Helibars risers; Givi V47 Tech top case mounted using an SW-MOTECH Alu-Rack; and Muzzy dual black stainless slip ons

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IXOYE


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 11:32 AM

It is the real thing. I ordered it from motocomposites.com



2016 Ninja zx 14 SE shorty pipes, changed that stupid white parking lights to amber, and lowered to a better stance.

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IXOYE


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 11:33 AM

Thanks. The original was smashed by a rogue tire cap on the highway.



2016 Ninja zx 14 SE shorty pipes, changed that stupid white parking lights to amber, and lowered to a better stance.

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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 7:09 PM

That's good lookin there.I don't want to spoil anything...you have a serious gap with that upper inner fairing goin on.You might want to loosen the attachment bolts and give it a slide on out towards the mid fairing edge there.It should slide a bit...that's minimal space right there.Those two pieces should butt up against each other.Bike looks very nice;)


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IXOYE


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 7:48 PM

Yeah, I know about the gap. The hole where it fastens to the lower fairing doesn't line up. I would have to break it off and some how attach where it belongs. It's the only one that's why the gap is there. I spent two days trying to fit it, but to no avail. ?? Thanks for looking out.



2016 Ninja zx 14 SE shorty pipes, changed that stupid white parking lights to amber, and lowered to a better stance.

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doznkoz


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RE: Show me your bike
05/21/17 8:29 PM

Good looking bike.

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Cuff


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RE: Show me your bike
05/23/17 10:00 PM

Took a little rip up hwy 20, North Cascades to Liberty bell. Just for scale on the snow I'm 6-3.

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cruderudy


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RE: Show me your bike
05/23/17 10:26 PM

wow so about +5 ft on Memorial Day, thats cool. What elevation is that at?


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Perfectly Set up '06 dead and gone
New BBW '14 14R

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Cuff


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RE: Show me your bike
05/23/17 11:33 PM

Google says;

Route description. Liberty Bell Mountain from 5,477-foot (1,669 m) elevation Washington Pass on North Cascades Highway.
SR 20 begins at a wye junction in Discovery Bay, Washington at US 101 and goes north to Port Townsend

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RE: Show me your bike
05/24/17 6:24 AM

Nice to see its open. Lookin forward to a ride over to Winthrop. Hurricane Ridge should be good to ride now too, just need to take care for the sand and pebbles in the corners for a while. I hear they are working on getting Chinook pass open too.
WooHoo spring is here!!!!

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RE: Show me your bike
05/24/17 4:41 PM



'08 MIDNIGHT SAPPHIRE BLUE flies out, full Tsukigi Cannon exhaust, BMC race filter, Muzzy's block off plates, 17/45 gearing, PC5, Romans map, AT-200, Bonneville PRO, HM PLUS quickshifter, Factory Pro EVO Shift Star, RC's oil pump cover, Shorai 14A2 Lithium battery, Spiegler SS clutch and brake lines, HyperPro RSC steering damper, Vortex rearsets, Ohlins FGRT807 forks and KA544 shock, Carrazzeria Tri-R wheels, Pazzo levers.

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RE: Show me your bike
06/02/17 5:37 PM



2007 zx14r, chrome zx12 wheels, Bazzaz ZFI and Bazzaz Zafm self mapping, Ais blocked off, Pro competition Vance and Hines megaphone exhaust, What's not in the picture extended blocks set by +4", geared 17f 46R, Soon to change exhaust swingarm, paint, and gearing

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Grn14


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RE: Show me your bike
06/02/17 7:42 PM

IXOYE...loosen the bolts at the dash there,along with the other ones.It should slide over some.You can remove the bolt up by the dash,line up the inner fairing piece,then tighten those on the outer part first,and then reinstall the dash bolt.I had to do that on one of my 14's.You also need to push that outer fairing in along with pushing the inner fairing 'out'.You pinch the two pieces together,then tighten that bolt right there.Just don't OVERTIGHTEN it,the tab WILL crack.I know;)Are you sure you have the rearward part of the inner fairing tab over far enough?You may end up with a smallish gap at the tank cover seam and the upper inner fairing part,if so,you manipulate the tank cover fairing some so it mates up to that piece.Sometimes you have to work with these parts a bit rather than just 'sticking em in there'.Unless of course,gaps don't bother ya!;)Nice avatar name.


Just looked again....looks like it's the upper cowl that's not fitting just right.It's aftermarket,so yeah,may not be 'fixable' unless you remove it,and heat it with a hair dryer,then 'bend' slightly.I'd actually try that.Seriously.


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Rook


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RE: Show me your bike
06/02/17 7:58 PM

All I see is maybe the fuel tank cover is installed over the top of the side fairing. It works on top or on bottom but might fit more flush one way or the other. My fuel tank cover fits best when installed on top on one side and under on the other...but then the ram air cover sticks up a little on one side. I haven't tried loosening the fairing hangers to get them at the best angle yet but that might help.

I prefer fuel tank cover under the side fairings so you don't need to take it off every time you remove a side fairing.



'08 MIDNIGHT SAPPHIRE BLUE flies out, full Tsukigi Cannon exhaust, BMC race filter, Muzzy's block off plates, 17/45 gearing, PC5, Romans map, AT-200, Bonneville PRO, HM PLUS quickshifter, Factory Pro EVO Shift Star, RC's oil pump cover, Shorai 14A2 Lithium battery, Spiegler SS clutch and brake lines, HyperPro RSC steering damper, Vortex rearsets, Ohlins FGRT807 forks and KA544 shock, Carrazzeria Tri-R wheels, Pazzo levers.

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Cuff


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RE: Show me your bike
06/18/17 5:46 PM

I never really liked the look of my rear hugger and all it did was add moving weight and trap dirt. Was thinking of a cheap eBay chain guard or even going back to the ugly stock guard. Ended up making a mini guard for on top and will make the bottom one another day.

Best fathers day gift was a couple hours in the shop. :-)



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Rook


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RE: Show me your bike
06/18/17 11:04 PM

Cool idea! I'd give it some lightening holes. The bottom one will attach to the spool, presume?



'08 MIDNIGHT SAPPHIRE BLUE flies out, full Tsukigi Cannon exhaust, BMC race filter, Muzzy's block off plates, 17/45 gearing, PC5, Romans map, AT-200, Bonneville PRO, HM PLUS quickshifter, Factory Pro EVO Shift Star, RC's oil pump cover, Shorai 14A2 Lithium battery, Spiegler SS clutch and brake lines, HyperPro RSC steering damper, Vortex rearsets, Ohlins FGRT807 forks and KA544 shock, Carrazzeria Tri-R wheels, Pazzo levers.

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Cuff


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RE: Show me your bike
06/19/17 8:24 AM

Ooooh, speed holes. :-) Love it.

And yup, the bottom should attach to the spool mount. Might be fun getting the spool off after being there a very long time. Was hoping to just use a longer SS bolt.

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RE: Show me your bike
06/22/17 9:14 PM

WooHoo,
Kickin this thread back to the top.

I am so ready for some riding! Hurricane Ridge in the morning. We are so lucky for the beautiful roads and rides we have around the northwest.

Dave

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