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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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2000 zx6r streetfighter conversion kit?

i just got hit by a big red truck and wrecked all my farings so yes i want to go cheap on it to get back on the road asap so any one have any ideas on what streetfihgter style headlights i can use for this model?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 07:15 AM
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i just got hit by a big red truck and wrecked all my farings so yes i want to go cheap on it to get back on the road asap so any one have any ideas on what streetfihgter style headlights i can use for this model?
You could use some of these:

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I would try using some hella projectors and have a local shop make you a braket. The issue with most kits is that they attach to the forks and get in the way of the oem gauge cluster... and I need my temp and speed gauge. Not to mention, most kits don't come with projectors- which are necessary for HID's. I'd try to make your own.

Anyone here make a headlight pigtail harness? Chopping oem wires = no good.
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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You could use some of these:

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Thank you for the reply thats is exactly what i am looking for. ok here is another ? ... you know those air intake hoses what am i supposed to do with them? and if i can see water building up on the bottum of the radiator ( slow leak) can a radiator place fix it? or do i need a replacment?
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Might want to check out Acerbis as well.

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Thank you for the reply thats is exactly what i am looking for. ok here is another ? ... you know those air intake hoses what am i supposed to do with them? and if i can see water building up on the bottum of the radiator ( slow leak) can a radiator place fix it? or do i need a replacment?
The tiny ram air hoses go directly to each carburator. I am not sure of the exact function, but they seem necessary. You might have to tie them in elsewhere and retune. Anyone know exact facts about these, chime in.
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The tiny ram air hoses go directly to each carburator. I am not sure of the exact function, but they seem necessary. You might have to tie them in elsewhere and retune. Anyone know exact facts about these, chime in.
Thank you everybody again. i now have found that there is a tiny hole in the radiator somewhere, PLEASE let the peeps know i am looking for a radiator for my 2000 zx6rm but until then do you think i could ride it until i get one? the leak is very small
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-21-2009, 08:54 AM
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Acerbis is gonna be the easiest way to go... Hit me up @ sales@stdreams.com and ill take care of you...
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